Thu, Jan 21 | Johnston Lions Club

Straight Talk about Selling Your Home "as is" & Preparing to Sell in Today's Market

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Straight Talk about Selling Your Home "as is" & Preparing to Sell in Today's Market

Time & Location

Jan 21, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Johnston Lions Club, 6501 Merle Hay Rd, Johnston, IA 50131, USA

About the Event

Selling your home that you have lived in for two, three, four or even five decades can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t need to be so overwhelming.  Real estate agents can be helpful, but they all seem to give a different (and often conflicting) advice, so who should I trust?  Where do I begin and what should I expect before, during, and after my home goes on the market?  And what about selling my home “as is.”  How does that work?

Get the FACTS about what is involved in selling a home in today’s market.  Get valuable information from this 90-minute program to help you in your planning.

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