Are you in the midst of helping your aging parents find house buyers for their home? Or is that, perhaps, coming up soon? Then again, perhaps you are trying to sell your own empty house from a distance, along with caregiving, grandparenting, and all the other duties familiar to those of us in the Sandwich Generation?
In March, I shared some helpful tips for caregivers in the Sandwich Generation over at SandwichINK. They are things I’ve learned when trying to sell my house in the past, as well as those I learned while recently working through the process from a distance. In all but one of the transactions I was a caregiver dealing with aging parents and grandkids, so it’s a topic I know up close and personal.
Check out the article, 9 Tips for Caregivers Selling a House From a Distance, to read the entire article and find out more information about such topics as:
- Why it’s important to be sure you have a good real estate agent.
- Ideas for staging the house.
- Ways to keep it looking extra spiffy for buyers.
- Tips to make it shine brighter for buyers.
- How neighbors can be a big help.
- Fly-away flyers – the disappearing brochures.
- Are flower pots always a good idea at the front entrance?
For more on these tips about how to sell an important property investment more easily and others, enjoy 9 Tips for Caregivers Selling a House From a Distance.
While you’re there, you might also enjoy taking a peek around at other posts of interest to those in the Sandwich Generation. SandwichINK covers fun projects with grandkids as well as important information to help you in providing excellent senior home care to your aging parents. Coupled with encouragement and ideas for making the caregiver’s life a bit easier, SandwichINK is a great place for the Sandwich Generation, and SandwichINK Real Estate Info is a great place for the Sandwich Generation caregiver dealing with property investment.