Since I buy real estate in Cincinnati for cash, financing is never a problem. This also means that when I make you an offer on your property, I have the means to follow through. In this market, where financing is more difficult to secure than ever, this can make a significant difference for you as a seller. [click to read more …]
Because I am a cash buyer – and therefore financing is never an issue – I can close on your property fast … in as little as 2 weeks from our first interaction. That means if you have a property you need to sell fast, selling to me is by far your best option. [click to read more …]
When I say I purchase properties in “as is” condition, that means you’ll never need to waste money, time, or energy on costly repairs or clean-up. This is especially important for houses that have sat vacant, or that have not been updated / repaired for a significant time. [click to read more …]
While the above benefits are the primary motivations for most who sell to me, the fact that there are no special costs or fees for selling to me is just an added benefit – “icing on the cake.” This works in your favor as a seller in several ways:
- You pay NO real estate agent fees / commissions.
Typically, as the seller, you would be footing the bill for the entire real estate agent commission. This could be anywhere from 5 – 7% of the selling price, so if you sold a property for – say – $100,000 … this would be up to $7,000 off the top. Sell to me, and you can keep this 5 – 7% in your pocket (plus skip the hassles of cleaning, renovating, advertising, and showing the property)!
- You pay for NO buyer requested inspections or warranties.
Many contracts of sale for those selling a home will include stipulations such as inspections, warranties, and other concesssions for the buyer. In many cases, these stipulations will require the seller to lower the sale price to compensate the buyer for the cost. As a private investor, I have been inspecting, repairing, renovating, and buying homes for over a decade. I can handle any inspections myself, and expect no warranties or special concessions from you, the seller.
- You pay for NO updates, repairs, or clean-up.
Often a buyer’s offer will be predicated on inspections. If, during said inspections, the buyer finds anything that does not meet their exacting standards for purchasing a home, they will typically require the price of these repairs or updates to be deducted from the sale price before closing. Since I buy properties in “as is” condition, what I offer is what I pay. I always take into account the fact that I’ll be paying for all repairs, updates, and cosmetic enhancements (so you don’t have to).