The end of peak selling season is approaching, your Albuquerque house has not sold, and if you’re like many Albuquerque homeowners you may be wondering what to do with your vacant house.
Well there’s are relatively new solution for property owners like you, and there are two Albuquerque businesses that can help you not only protect your investment but perhaps help it to sell more quickly as well.
Homes in Transition is a company that assists homeowners by placing Caretakers in vacant properties. The caretakers live in the properties at reduced rental rates in exchange for keeping the properties clean inside and out. The caretakers pay the utilities, bring their own furniture in once it’s been approved by a home stager, and unlike renters (the caretakers are employees) they agree to let the houses be shown on quick notice. In case you didn’t know, renters are notorious for using their tenant rights to block showings on the properties they are living in. Because of this, rental properties that are for sale do not get shown. Tributary Home Tenders is a new company who offers the same service.
Here are some additional benefits allowing a caretaker or home tender live in your house:
- Increased Security. Protect your vacant home from vandalism.
- Peace of mind. You won’t have to worry about frozen pipes during winter.
- Savings on Insurance. Insurance on vacant properties is more costly.