DETERMINING THE VALUE OF
YOUR HOUSE TO SELL FOR RELOCATION
Similar to any real estate sale process, the value of selling your home for relocation depends on a number of factors. There are obvious aesthetic and practical elements such as the size of the house, the materials used, its age, and overall condition. How many rooms does the house have? How many stories? Is it made from native hardwoods? These are just some of the features that will influence the overall price of the house.
Because many of the houses we reallocate are older homes, there is also the need to check them for asbestos. This can sometimes be under vinyl flooring or in ceilings. A home with asbestos can still be sold, but due to the careful nature of handling such homes, this will affect the price of the home.
Finally, a factor that is unique to relocating a home – moving the house itself. Depending on the home, it may need to be split into multiple sections and these sections may require additional structural bracing to be installed to ensure it arrives at its final location undamaged. The move itself can also pose a few obstacles in relation to driveway access, what machinery and equipment are required to get the home off its piles, power lines, etc. Removal Homes can handle moving almost any house, however, some pose more challenges than others.