When it comes time to sell a house you have several ways to go about doing so:
1. Hire a Realtor to sell it for you.
2. Offer it For Sale by Owner
3. Reach out to an iBuyer
4. Sell to a Cash Home Buyer
Selling with a Realtor is a GREAT option if the home is newer, say under 10 years old, or recently updated to look new. But if it has a kitchen like you see in the photo below, or if it has avocado green appliances and a dial wall phone, chances are it needs repairs and updates, and every closet, cabinet, and other storage space is packed. So getting it ready to sell could take months. To Clean. To Make Repairs, To Stage. And then list it and sell it.
For Sale by Owner can be a great option if you are in a subdivision where everyone knows everyone esle and you already know the neighbor’s friend wants to buy it. But if you don’t know anyone, getting it ready to sell, marketing it, and getting it sold can be daunting.
IBuyers are new on the scene, however, they quite often make sight unseen offers, then as time progresses toward actually closing, they inspect and lower their offer price. Usually, this happens after you have some time invested and you need the closing to work.
Cash Buyers are a great option, especially if you have that vintage wallpaper and lace curtains, avocado green appliances, a dial-up phone of any kind, and shag carpet. The cash buyer can take a look, make an offer in a few hours, often they can make an offer right then and their but the good ones want to double check their numbers and make you a solid offer that they can stand behind. Then it’s a matter of picking a closing date. You can take what you want and leave the rest . . . at least that’s how the Tuckers at kcmoHomeBuyer work.
There are a lot of people who say they are cash home buyers, but may not have the cash, or have the experience, we’ve been doing this since 2000, so at the time we are writing this article, that’s 23 years. There’s not much we have not seen and worked through. Take a few minutes and visit our website to learn
5. Then if you like what you see, submit your house for a 100%, NoObligation Consultation to see what we would offer for your house. It doesn’t cost anything.