Selling a House During a Divorce

Considering everything you’re thinking, feeling, and dealing with, one of the last things you want to think about is selling your house.  Selling a house is a stressful thing to do even when you’re not getting divorced. But when you are, it can be even more stressful.  Hopefully this guide will help you along the way and make it as smooth of a process as
possible.


First off, you’re not alone. (I was one of them who had to sell a house with my ex-boyfriend.  We weren't married, but still, a break-up is the same thing. We also had to
deal with Family Law because we had a child together).  While there are many reasons people sell a house, divorce is certainly a common one.  And because of that, we agents
see the most common issues time and time again.


This guide was written to help you understand some common issues you should expect and how to deal with them.  While this is not legal, marital, or financial advice, hopefully this guide will help you protect yourself from losing time, money, and your sanity while selling your house.
We’ll begin by looking at some of the common roots of the problems. Then we’ll get into some of the most typical problems, followed by what you should do to make the sale of
your house as smooth as possible.


With that said, this guide might not cover every question or concern you might have.  So, if you have a thought or a question you’d like a real estate agent’s perspective on,
please feel free to reach out to me directly. I’m glad to help.  Download the guide here.

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