Buying my first house was exciting as it was new. It was meant to be a symbol of success, a step forward into the adult life I had always desired, a freedom to be admired and craved. I quickly learned that owning a house was not all that it was shaped up to be and that I was rather foolish for jumping into it so early in life. However, I quickly learned that I could sell my house myself rather than depend on some real estate agency or agent to do it for me. Not that I don’t mind their talents or skill in doing so but they often charge quite a bit for the sale; something I was hoping to avoid in order to get a better return out of my house. I wanted to make up for the lost time and investment of buying the house and if I depend on an agent, it was going to be less than I desired.
Selling my own house wasn’t as difficult as I thought it was going to be; in fact, it was rather simple.