Selling a house while on Social Security Disability
Selling a house while on SSDI can often be mistaken for an impossible task. Many people believe you can not sell your house without losing your benefits. Selling your house should not interfere with your SSDI. Your benefits are bases of earned income not the sale of a home. Before actually starting the selling process you should talk to your counselor so they are aware of the situation.
If you’re on SSDI chances are fixing up your house for the sale isn’t going to be the easiest task. You can ask friends and family to help your make the repairs or hire help. Then you would need to hire a moving company to remove all the mess. Houses that look clean and almost empty tend to sell faster. Lastly you have to hire a realtor and pay his commission plus the buyers realtors commission.
An easier route is selling to a Real Estate Professional like SPS Homes. Selling to Investors means no repairs, you can pack up and take what you want and we handle the rest, and of course there are no realtors involved- meaning no commissions to pay! We also pay closing cost and save you money and time!