Let’s talk about a touchy subject… selling your home during a divorce in Maryland. With more than 50% of American marriages ending in divorce, many Maryland residents need to sell their home quickly.
A home is one of the most valuable joint assets, and obviously cannot be divided without first liquidating. This can be one of the most stressful and emotionally times of the divorce and it’s important to remain rational. Once you’ve decided that a divorce is inevitable, it is time to call a Maryland real estate agent.
At AE Home Group we work with many divorcing couples to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible. Once we explain the process to both parties we work diligently to get your house sold quickly and for top-dollar. Give us a call at (443) 826-9024.
Get Professional Help – Real Estate Agents in Maryland
During a divorce you have a lot on your plate and shouldn’t take on the task of selling you home yourself. Doing so may create friction with your spouse. Arguments may occur about selling price or other issues. By working with a Maryland real estate professional you’ll both have a neutral third party who can help you determine a fair listing price and handle the marketing of your home. Selling your home during a divorce requires communication and we provide the glue to get the job done.
AE Home Group will work to make sure that both parties are comfortable throughout the transaction. We’re honest and transparent and always but our customers first. If you’re working through a divorce in Maryland, it’s critical that you work with professionals who understand the nuances of the situation.
How We Find a Buyer Quickly When Selling Your Home During a Divorce in Maryland
To make sure your home sells quickly during the divorce we don’t cut any corners. We believe that proper marketing is key and hire some of the best photographers in Maryland to make your home as attract as possible to online shoppers. We take these professional photographs and promote them on every major listing site along with social media networks.
As marketing experts we don’t just post your listing and weight. We actively push your home in front of people through paid social network ads and an aggressive organic posting strategy. You can be assured that every person looking to buy a home in your neighborhood will have your listing presented to them multiple times in the first week of listing.
Our Conversations are Completely Confidential
Going through a divorce is a private occurrence that you likely don’t want to be sharing publicly. We promise to keep our conversation confidential when selling your home during a divorce. No unnecessary details will ever be shared and we’ll help with with you and your spouse to keep . Even if you have a good friend that’s also a real estate agent in Maryland, it is likely that you’ll want to work with a professional team that allows you to keep your personal life removed from the divorce at hand.
Look, we get it. When you’re going through a difficult time like a divorce there are times that you may say something you regret or don’t want shared with others. Our job is to get you the best price for your home and make sure that you have a sounding board that you can trust when bouncing off ideas and asking for an honest opinion. We want to help you get on to the next chapter of your life without ever feeling awkward or misunderstood.
Give use a call at (443) 826-9024 and we’ll help you through this tough time so you can get back to enjoying everything life has to offer.
Today we’re going to talk about something that’s a little bit uncomfortable, but it impacts a lot of American families, and that’s divorce. Particularly as it relates to real estate. Roughly 50% of American families are going to go through divorce at some point in their life. Something that’s often a challenge is what to do with a property as you go through divorce. There’s, of course, different options. Sometimes one spouse will buy out the other, but sometimes the only fair option for both parties is to liquidate the asset, and divide the money accordingly.
What I would like to go through today would be how we, as your realtor, can assist you in this situation. The first step is, of course, determining what’s your property worth. This is something that, that can in and of itself be a point of contention between a couple when they’re thinking independently of what they want to do with the property. By me coming in as kind of an unbiased third party, I’m able to give you a real outlook on the market as it is today, and how your property should be priced appropriately.
From there, that’s going to lay out a couple different options. Again, as I talked about earlier in some situations a couple will decide that one would like to buy out the other, and that’s something that they would work through as part of the divorce. Again, in many situations, the best way to deal with this is to actually liquidate the asset and divide the money between the two parties as the lawyers see fit. After I work with you to determine the market’s value of your property, I’m going to help you come up with a marketing strategy that I’ll be implementing. I think the most important part about this is that we’re putting it in writing. It’s something your attorneys are going to stress throughout time, and it’s something that you guys need to think about, but everything is going to be in writing, with contracts. I think that’s something really important you need to be thinking about.
By working with you to determine a price, coming up with a marketing strategy, I can give you a good outlook on when we think this property will sell, what we think we’ll be able to net for you, and your lawyers will be able to determine what to do with that money, and how that should be distributed between the two parties. I think that’s an important piece of dealing with a real estate transaction as you go through a divorce.
I appreciate you guys taking a minute to watch the video today. I know we’ve kind of went high level over a couple of the main points around how to handle a property during a divorce. I do encourage you, give me a call, I would love to talk more about how I can help in this situation, I know it’s challenging. The first step is to make the call and we can work through this together.