Fill out this short form. Our local team will review your information to provide a no-obligation cash offer.
We'll schedule a quick visit of the property to verify the condition and take pictures while we are there.
Set your closing date to decide when you want to sell and get paid. It really is that easy to sell your home!
When you initially reach out to us we will ask you questions that are vital for us to make a fair cash offer on your home. We will need to know details like bedrooms, bathrooms, how long you have owned it, the condition of the property on a scale of 1-10 along with other details.
The more information we gather the more accurate and higher the offer will be. As we are on the phone with you we will check the comparable AKA "comps" of other similar properties that have sold in your area.
Why do we do this? So we can determine the After Repair Value or "ARV". This is the value that your home is worth after it's completely remolded.
Once we determine the ARV we will make you an instant cash offer right over the phone before even seeing your property. That's how serious we are about helping people get out of owning a property they really don't want to or can't own anymore.
If you accept we will send you out our agreement to sign and move on to the next step. If you don't accept no hard feelings cash offers aren't for everyone.
Once you have accepted our offer and signed the agreement we will then schedule a Verification Visit. Our team will typically go out to see the property within 72hrs of the agreement being signed.
So you're probably wondering what if you go out and you think my property isn't what you originally thought it was going to be, will you still buy it? Absolutely we will. As a matter of fact we buy about 90% of every property we go out to see after we signed an agreement to buy it.
Let's say we go out to see the property and you told us it was a 7 out of 10. But when we get there we determine (based on our experience of being involved in 100's of transactions) that it really should rate a 6 out of 10. We will simply explain the reasoning on why we need to make an adjustment to our cash offer.
As is stated above we believe in being transparent so you will be in the know how the entire time. For some reason if you decide not to accept our adjusted offer then no problem you are welcome to move on and sell your home to someone else.
Now let's say we go out and the property does meet our over the phone expectations. Then we would proceed with the original offer as planned!
Now that the process is moving forward the final part is simple on your end. We will coordinate with you and the title company to make sure everything goes seamless heading towards the closing date that you selected. Throughout the closing process we might require access to the property to get bids from our trusted contractors so that we may start on the renovations as soon as the closing happens and you have your cash.
* Data compiled for Avg Seller Commissions by realestatewitch.com, for Avg Days to Close a Traditional Sale by Ice Mortgage Technologies, for Of Homes Under Appraise by Core Logic *2021, for Of Delayed Deals are Financial Issues by Cornerstone Home Lending
1. After Repair Value(ARV)
The ARV is what the market value of your house will be AFTER we buy and renovate the house. We take the projected value of your property once it is brought to the latest standards regarding layout, design, and finishes of the property.
2. Renovation Costs
The amount it will cost to bring the property to the current market standards with the result of creating a WOW experience towards potential home buyers.
3. Holding and Selling Cost
There are several costs to consider when selling a house. The most common cost is the one we call closing cost. Closing cost may include transfer taxes, insurance premiums, settlement fees, Realtor commissions, etc. Often the seller will even pay a portion of the buyer’s closing costs, which increases the overall cost of selling the house significantly. Besides closing cost we also pay what we call holding cost, such as taxes, insurance, utilities, HOA fees, lender fees, etc. during the time of renovation.
4. Minimum Profit Margin
We Believe that "Everybody Has To Win". Our client wins when we buy their house, our contractors win when we renovate the house, the new buyer wins when they purchase a newly renovated home. So where do we fit in? Well this is a business so we need to make a profit, however we try and keep this at an absolute minimum so we can present you with our highest possible offer. Our profit changes depending on the level of work required, how long we estimate it'll take us to complete renovations, and other factors regarding the property, such as age and location that can add to the time and resources needed to fix and resell a property.
EXAMPLE: Let’s say your home, after it’s all fixed up, would be worth $300,000, and let’s say it needs about $50,000 in repairs. We'll then consider our Minimum Profit Margin along with Holding & Selling Costs are each $30,000 on this Transaction. Our maximum allowable offer would be calculated like this:
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