What are some of the “dirty words” in the world of real estate? Words can carry a lot of meaning, so pay attention to what each of these words can mean for the buyer. From "fixer-upper" to "cozy" to "cash only," Angie breaks down what each of these can entail when buying or selling a home.
Here are the words and phrases we discuss on today’s show:
A fixer-upper could be an opportunity or a headache.
Is being a motivated seller a good way to market your property?
Cozy sounds sweet, but it might mean small.
“As is” isn’t always the same as a fixer-upper.
Cash only might mean you can’t get a loan due to certain conditions.
Tenant occupied could be good or bad, depending on your goals.