If you’re a patient, savvy seller and know a thing or two about marketing property you might do okay here. There are services out there who can help you list the property, and some realtors will (for a 3% commission) send buyers your way.
The downside is that the seller has to estimate the value of the home or pay for an appraisal. Then there is all that paperwork, worrying about getting the buyer qualified for a loan, and all those other headaches, delays, and problems that go along with every real estate sale.
As you can see, selling your house quickly for cash offers many cost advantages. So how does the process work? It’s simple…
First, you’ll need to estimate what your home is worth and how much you could save in repair and/or real estate commission fees. A good place to start is to use an instant offer calculator like Property Sales Group’s.
Contact a reputable real estate property investment company. Be sure to they’re licensed and experienced in handling fast cash real estate deals. Check out the company’s reviews and see if they offer a money-back guarantee and stand behind the offer.
Schedule a quick consultation and walk-through of the property.
Review and sign the cash offer agreement. Once you accept the cash offer, the investment group should handle all the paperwork.
You get money into your bank account in about 2 weeks or less.
In summary, you can try to get a higher price for your home by hiring a realtor. But be prepared for high commissions, closing costs, repairs, etc. You’ll block out at least two months trying to sell the home. And be prepared for last-minute, unexpected surprises or hassles like buyers not getting qualified for the full amount of financing – or backing out at the last minute.