When The Buyer Backs Out: Real Estate Sales SolutionsWhen The Buyer Backs Out: Real Estate Sales Solutions

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When The Buyer Backs Out: Real Estate Sales Solutions

The first time I sold a house, I had no idea that the buyer could back out of the contract partway through. I was taken aback when it happened to me, and my real estate agent had to explain the process of terminating the contract and requesting the earnest deposit. After the contract was terminated, I spent a lot of time researching why a buyer could back out of a sale, what I could do about it as the seller, and ways to minimize the risk of it happening. I created this site to share what I've learned in the hopes of preventing other homeowners from experiencing what I did. I hope it helps you to be better prepared as you sell your home.



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What To Look For In An RV Storage Facility

Your RV is your home away from home, and you want to make sure that it is secure when you aren't taking it out on the open road. If you can't keep your RV on your property due to space constraints or homeowner's association rules, an RV storage unit may be the answer for you. There are several different options for RV storage, so before you settle on a facility, use this checklist to find the right location for your RV and your peace of mind.     

Is There Secure Access To The Storage Unit?

Recreational vehicles can be targets for would-be thieves who might be looking for items or cash left in the vehicle by the owners. Your storage facility should have locked gates and a video surveillance system to deter thieves. An RV storage facility that offers keycard or electronic keypad access can help you feel more at ease when storing your vehicle.

Is There Indoor Storage?

Depending on where you live, you might not want your RV exposed to the elements. Look for a storage facility that offers indoor storage units to keep your RV clean and free from damage that comes with hail, wind, or prolonged sunlight. A climate-controlled facility will preserve the condition of your RV until you are ready to take it back out on the road.

Does The Facility Offer Any Additional Amenities?

Some locations will offer carts, boxes and packing materials so you can pack up personal items before storing your RV away for the season. Larger facilities may also provide service and repairs, which come in handy if you find there is a problem with your RV as you are preparing to take it on a cross-country trip. Ask the facility about any extra services it offers before making a decision.

Do You Have To Sign A Contract?

Some storage facilities make you sign a contract when you rent a storage unit, while others let you pay on a monthly basis. One option is not necessarily better than the other, but you may find that one works better for your financial situation. Ask about any discounts you might receive for signing a contract to help select the payment option that is right for you.

Your RV is an expensive piece of equipment, and you want to know that it is safe and secure in a storage facility. Be sure to ask as many questions as possible when you shop around for an RV storage unit (such as one from Advanced Realty), and ask to take a tour of each facility before signing a rental agreement.