Often times, people need to move without much advance notice. In these cases, you may wonder if selling your home before a long distance move is even possible.
Today, our professional long distance movers in San Diego are going to give you a few options for handling your old home so you can make the move to your new home without delay.

Selling Your Home Before a Long Distance Move: Pros & Cons 

1. Fast sell – Depending on your situation, you might find it preferable to sell your house quickly, even at a small loss. If the sellers market is good, you may be able to sell your home quickly for a profit, but if it is slow, discounts and incentives may help you move it more quickly.
2. Rent – In the case that you can’t sell your home quickly, you might consider renting it out to someone until it does sell. In this case, you can hire a property management company to handle the rentals and maintenance of the property. You likely won’t make money off of this arrangement, but you may be able to pay the mortgage until the house sells.
3. Pay double rent – This option may feel like you are throwing money down the drain. But for many people, this is a better option than renting the home out to strangers who may or may not take care of the property while you are away.
4. Leave part of the family behind – This can be a great option for some families. In this case, the person who needs to leave for the corporate relocation can move ahead of the rest of the family, while the ones left behind take care of the sale of the house and the move of the household goods.

Whichever option you choose, we want you to know that our reliable long distance movers in San Diego are here to help make your move a great one. We move people locally and within 1200 miles of San Diego. Contact us today to find out what we can do for you!

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