You want to diversify your investment portfolio
If your rental property doesn’t fit into your investment portfolio and investing strategy, why hang onto it endlessly? Letting it go could give you the cash to fund your next investment.
You no longer want to manage the property
Maybe you inherited a property and have no interest in being a landlord. Or maybe your interests and circumstances have changed and you’re ready to move on. In either case, this is a great reason to sell.
The property needs significant repairs
When a property needs significant repairs that you cannot afford or simply don’t want to tackle, this is a good indicator that it’s time to sell.
If you and your real estate agent choose to work with Curbio for pre-listing home improvements, you can reap the benefits of tackling those repairs without the time commitment and stress. Plus, you can put the money from the sale into an even better investment. The best part about working with Curbio is that you don’t pay for the work we complete until closing, meaning you don’t have to pull money from your investments to maximize the sale price of your rental property. Learn more about how Curbio works.
Now, let’s discuss some of the updates and other preparations you should check off before you list, in order to ensure your highest net profit.