Welcome to our rapidly growing club! We'll look forward to meeting you on the road.
We had two homes to sell before we both retired and hit the road. One sold two years ago to the first couple attending the first open house. Listing to closing - one month. The second never hit the open market. A gentilman had stopped by just to introduce himself when he saw us outside at our "cabin". He owned roughly 500 acres of hunting/fishing land on our road. I sent him an email one evening letting him know we were going to sell the house. He was there the next morning and made an offer. Neither house needed ANY attention by the buyer, they were both move in ready, no defects in the mechanicals, no need to paint (for other than differing tastes), replace flooring, roof or anything else. There's a lot on the market, you need to make yourself stand out from that crowd. You also have to price it for today's market. If you insist on waiting for the markets to return to their high you'll be explaining, while waiting in line at the pearly gates, how you were never able to sell your house and hit the road as you'd always dreamed. Life's too short, too uncertain.
Jay & Peggy Monroe with Dolly
Can't take it with you - don't plan on leaving any behind
2016 Newmar London Aire 4553, Spartan chassis
Wrangler Unlimited toad