We will provide you with a fair cash offer for your home, which may be less than the retail price. However, in terms of net value, our offer is comparable to selling your house at retail. Here’s why:

  • Receiving the full retail value involves hiring an agent who may charge commissions of up to 7%.
  • Most retail buyers have the seller cover up to 3% of their loan costs.
  • During the months it takes to sell your home, you will likely need to continue making mortgage payments, preventing you from utilizing that money elsewhere.
  • You may need to invest in repairs to make your home “market ready” before an agent lists it. Even after inspections, buyers may demand additional repairs before proceeding with the appraisal. These repairs can amount to thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars, with no guarantee of a successful sale.

Ultimately, selling retail often leaves you with tens of thousands of dollars less in your pocket. By choosing to sell your home to us in its current condition, you can potentially achieve a comparable financial outcome while saving yourself from the associated hassle.