I’m sure it has happened to you in your home search, you meet one of us to walk you through a home that interests you, as you enter, you notice right away that the home is staged or may even be completely empty. When buying a home, there can be many reasons why a seller may have already moved on, some may be positive for your buying process.
Several positives to buying a vacant home can range from the obvious to the surprising. When a home is empty, the true details of the home can be seen and absorbed. All of the charm and intricacies of the property are plainly seen. This can help to reduce any surprises at the inspection and closing. The closing period of these homes tend to be simpler as well. When waiting for a family to vacate the property, closing periods can run into complications or setbacks. With vacant homes, these unforeseen personal incidences can be reduced.
Our Bones Road property in Sebastopol is currently vacant and holds a number of positive and exciting attributes that you should come and see.
There are many reasons why homes may become vacant at the point of a sale. Life circumstances such and marriage, divorce, or the passing of an elderly family member, or even a change in financial stability can cause a homeowner to sell a home after it has been emptied. These circumstances, although unfortunate, can translate to gained value to a buyer. Often times, the owners of vacant homes are motivated to sell and may have already severed emotional ties to the property, making for a faster process for you!
If you are interested in discussing these concerns and opportunities further, whether you are buying or selling a vacant home, please reach out and ask. We are here to share our expertise to help you make the best decision for your family.