As with everything you'll read or hear from me, I'm going to be totally honest with you. Selling your house to me may not be your best option. That's right, for many people who have plenty of time and have a house in perfect condition, selling your house to me may not be your best option. You will probably get more money for your house by sellingiTwith a realtor and waiting for it to sell on the open market. Click  faircashnow .

Time Is Money. However, if you do not meet the requirements above and want to sell your house quickly, there are many benefits to having me buy your house. Since your time is valuable, I'll start with the most important benefit first. Buy your house quick! Do not underestimate the value of this. We've all heard that time is money, and it could not be any moretruepleasein real estate. Not evencalculatinginthethe actual value of your personal time that gets eaten up trying to sell a house, just having a property is very expensive. The insurance, taxes, utilities, and maintenance can easily eat up thousands and thousands of dollars over the many months it takes to sell a home the conventional way. All that money could stay in your pocket very shortly after you call m














seriously considered making avoiding frustrations the number one benefit, but a fast sale is just too important. Since I could literally write dozens of articles on how selling a home can be frustrating, I'll summarize the most common ones in a list. In no order of precedence, just a few of the ways that selling a home can be frustrating are; fixing your home, staging your home, keeping your home in show-ready condition, 18 page Colorado Real Estate Contracts, picky buyers, window buyers, Nosy Neighbors, paying for a home you do not live in, worrying about when or where your home will sell, negotiating with buyers, buyers Backing out of contracts after you've moved out, realtors commissions, and most just the uncertainty of it all.

Cash is King. Which would you rather have? A house worth $ 200,000 or $ 200,000 cash in the bank.ofcourseyou'drather have the cash as you can do whatever you want with that. If you have a house you have to sell it first to get the cash. The most you could possibly hope to walk away with after selling $ 200,000 through a realtor is around $ 182,000, and that's if you did not have to do any repairs and sold for full price. Do the math, 6% realtor commission and 3% closing costs add up to $ 18,000! More likely you'll have a few thousand in repairs and have to negotiate down an average of 5% in price reductions and paying the buyers closing costs. This means you'll only receive around $ 170,000 cash for your $ 200,000 home. As I said, "Cash is King"