Dirty Words Of Real Estate
What are some of the “dirty words” in the world of real estate? Words can carry a lot of meaning, so pay attention to what each of these words can mean for the buyer. From "fixer-upper" to "cozy" to "cash only," Angie breaks down what each of these can entail when buying or selling a home.
Stay tuned to learn more about what these words and phrases could reveal about a space. Ultimately, it comes down to what your goals are and how these descriptors apply to the home you’ve got your eye on.
Here are the words and phrases we discuss on today’s show:
- A fixer-upper could be an opportunity or a headache.
- Is being a motivated seller a good way to market your property?
- Cozy sounds sweet, but it might mean small.
- “As is” isn’t always the same as a fixer-upper.
- Cash only might mean you can’t get a loan due to certain conditions.
- Tenant occupied could be good or bad, depending on your goals.
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