Gotta Move Quickly
And there’s not enough time to sell the house
Life throws us a lot of curve balls, and sometimes that curve ball has to do with our job.
If your career has made a sharp turn or you need to be closer to a family member, and you suddenly need to make a move, then you’re left with a house that will start costing you money over the months that you’re not in it.
You might think about trying to rent the property out, but then you have to deal with finding a tenant, a property management company (because you aren’t nearby), and handling all sorts of liability and cash flow issues that are going to take a lot of time that you don’t have.
Sometimes it’s just easier to sell the house.
Unfortunately, listing it with an agent can still take a lot of effort and time that you don’t have, especially if you need to purchase a home in the area that you’re moving into.
That’s why we work with homeowners that need to sell their house quickly due to relocation.
The benefits to work with a cash buyer
We know the drill:
Getting a home listed with an agent can take forever because of all the steps they need to go through.
Then there’s showing the house to several potential buyers followed by negotiation.
Once that’s over with, they need to get approval from their lender which has its own set of headaches.
And everybody involved seems to be taking their time, and of course title companies and lenders are not open during the weekends.
This is where we come in…
As a cash buyer, we’re able to move very quickly.
We’re talking days instead of months.
We simply need to take a look at the house, crunch some numbers, and give you a cash offer.
If you accept it, then we have our own team that can work quickly to make the transaction and close on the home quickly.
No negotiating back and forth for weeks, then waiting on lawyer, agent, title company, and lender to sign off on everything.
We can get it sorted in as little as 7 days (even faster in circumstances where it’s needed).
Give us a call and let’s get started. There’s no obligation to accept the offer, but at least you’ll know that you have the option.