Disposing of unwanted house can be credited to job relocation, downsizing, divorce, impending foreclosure and family emergency. If you find your way in one of these situations, what will you do?
Give the house away. This is the fastest way to get rid of your house. This is very common to rich people where the property can be handed down from grandparents to grandchildren. It only requires simple paperwork which can be done by an attorney or title company depending on which state the property falls under.
Donate your house to charity or any organization. This is not just for the well to do but this is most beneficial to owners whose property is a financial setback. With donation, property owners can do away with liability exposure, property taxes, and insurance costs. Certain regulations apply for real estate donations and these can vary depending on which state and who is making the donation. It is recommended that paper works should be done by an attorney to avoid legal complications.
Trade your unwanted house. Although this is not common, it is worth to be given a thought. You can do away with your house by making offers to trade it for another property, may it be another house in another location, vacant lot, or even a car. Ask a tax consultant for advice regarding property exchange.
Sell your house. It may not be the easiest however this is the most efficient way because you get to be free of the property and receive monetary compensation as a result of the sale. You can use the property as leverage to earn money. Invest the funds to earn more or simply spend it on a much needed vacation. Do a little research and know the different ways in selling a house.