When your house is for sale, and you have pets at home, you definitely have to do a balancing act of making sure that your home is available for showings but also that your pets are physically and emotionally safe.
Read on to see what to do with your pets during showings.
Whether you are buying, selling, or both, it's important to have someone in your corner who knows the market and knows the business of buying and selling homes. For both buyers and sellers, your agent will not only treat you ethically according to our stringent Code of Ethics, your agent will also offer professional advice and an objective point of view, will handle paperwork and other minutiae, and will negotiate on your behalf to get you the best deal you can get.
Read more to see why you should always hire a Realtor®.
I have mentioned previously that decluttering and neutralizing are great ways to get your home ready to sell.
When it comes to selling your home, knowledge, preparation, and flexibility are key.
Planning ahead can help make your move less stressful for your furry friends. Update their tags with their new address, and request their vet records from the vet. Keep one week's worth of food and any medications, plus those vet records, with you during the move.
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Carolyn Barnes, Your REALTOR® & Katy Expert