With the world at your fingertips, it can be easy to find excellent resources for homeowners who want to sell their homes in Tucson. Below, we offer just a few of the services that may be of use to you. From repairs to moving, to determine your costs, we’ve got you covered!
Angie’s List is a great place to find trusted contractors in your area. You will be able to find people who are licensed and insured to make all the required repairs needed to get your house ready for the MLS. Whether you are looking for a trusted plumber, painter, or house cleaner, Angie’s List will provide the resources you need to get the job done. You’ll also find that Angie’s List will be of great use after you move into your new home!
Home Advisor is another great site for finding contractors in your area. All vendors are fully screened with a criminal background check and license verification. These sites will let you find everything from someone to make major structural repairs to someone who will come in and stage your home. Working with trusted professionals will save you time and money and ensure nothing goes wrong with the house you are selling or on the one you are planning to buy.
Places To Donate
While Goodwill and The Salvation Army may be the places you think of first when donating items, there are a number of great ways you can donate the items you don’t plan on taking with you when you move. Gently used clothing can go to Dress For Success and household items to Habitat For Humanity. You can find local women’s shelter’s in your area or programs that assist lower-income families. You can also check with your local library to see if books can be accepted. You can also check with your child’s school or daycare. Many of the things you are getting rid of, may be able to be used in the classroom.
The size and distance of your move will make a big difference in what you are looking for in a mover. You may just need a trailer for a few hours or you may need to hire a moving company to help you get your belongings across the country. Before deciding how you want to move, be sure to check out all of your available options.
For cross-country moves, the help of professional movers may be welcomed. Companies such as Atlas Van Lines, Bekins, and Mayflower are known and trusted. Be a bit warier of going with the lesser-known companies. You don’t want to find your items damaged or find out something “fell off the truck.” Be warned, that going with a full-service mover can get quite expensive. It can be upwards of $7,000 to move across the country.
A more economical way to go is to do it yourself. Renting a truck through companies like Penske or Uhaul will help you get your stuff there at a much lower rate. Keep in mind, you’ll have to pay for gas and lodging in addition to the cost of the truck. Some of these trucks will only get 10-15 miles to the gallon, and the ride might be a slow one.
If you are selling a house in Tucson, you may also be looking to buy a new one. You’ll want to know exactly what you can afford so you don’t get in over your head or find yourself without a place to live after your current property sells. There are many great mortgage calculators out there that help you get a handle on your numbers. If you know how much you are selling your current house for, it will be easier to know just how much you’ll be able to put down.
RAB PROPERTY SOLUTION LLC
For home sellers who want to avoid making repairs, paying out commissions, or having to deal with the extended holding costs, working with RAB PROPERTY SOLUTION LLC may be the right option. We buy houses all over the Tucson area without asking for any upgrades or repairs to be made. In fact, you won’t even have to clean up! Working with our team will eliminate the costs and stress homeowners often face when attempting to sell their homes. We pay great prices and will close at your convenience. For many local home sellers, working with RAB PROPERTY SOLUTION LLC to sell their unwanted home proves to be the better option!
These are just a few of the services out there that can benefit homeowners in Tucson. If there is something we are missing, reach out and let us know!