In a Hurry? Cash for your home
Local Investors pay more
- Request an offer: You skip the staging and showing the process and go straight to requesting an offer. At this point, you can communicate whether you’re selling “as is” — meaning you don’t intend to make repairs or change anything about the house — or if you’re open to making any repairs.
- The buyer will collect some information about the home, possibly send a representative to do an onsite visit to the property, and determine what they’re willing to pay.
- You as the seller then review the offer, including the contract price and terms, and decide whether to accept.
- Ask for proof of funds: You should always obtain documentation that a person or company is who they say they are and actually has the funds and abilities to complete a transaction of this size.
- Complete inspections: If the deal moves forward, the cash buyer may still perform steps like the inspection and appraisal — it all depends on who you work with and how they operate. Even if you’re selling “as is”, an inspection could still be required.
- Clear title: The cash buyer will require a title search to make sure that you can convey the property free and clear of any claims or
- judgments against the property, such as mechanic’s liens, unpaid taxes, or boundary encroachments.
- You get paid! The cash buyer will likely wire the funds over to your bank account in a process that all in all may take only a matter of weeks or even days. NO COMMISSIONS