Selling a house for cash myths still abound. Despite the fact that selling a house for cash is no longer a new concept and people have been doing it successfully for many years, others are still reluctant to take the plunge, fearing calamity will strike if they go that route. But, selling a house for cash is easy and holds many benefits that you simply cannot get when selling a house through traditional means. If you are ready to sell your house, you can safely sell it for cash with no worries. If you are still worried or on the fence about it, here are some common myths about selling a house for cash that are completely untrue.[Read more…]
Selling a home is a big decision. Homeowners have two routes available to them, accept a cash home buyer or go through with a conventional sale. Your choice is dependent on your individual situation. A review of cash and conventional sales from the homeowner’s point of view assists in making this major decision.
Accepting a Cash Home Buyer:
- Con: Expect to receive less than fair market value for the house. 60 to 80 percent of fair market value, minus possible repairs, can be expected from a cash buyer.
- Pro: Cash buyers will pay from cash they have on hand. Sellers can ask for proof of the cash in the form of a bank statement or other document.
- Pro: Cash purchases typically go through more quickly, from a few days to a few weeks, from start to end. Homeowners will shoulder fewer maintenance costs and the responsibilities of homeownership as the period until closing is shorter than with a conventional sale.
- Pro: Appraisals and inspections are up to the buyer. They do not have to abide by requests from lenders as in a conventional sale.
- Pro: Cash buyers often take the property in “as-is” condition, without additional investment on the part of a home buyer.
If you’d like to know what customers say about selling a house for cash to our company then watch some of our testimonials like the one below on our YouTube Channel:
Often times, relatives leave their house to an heir in hopes that the beneficiary will take over the home. In some cases, these homes are in disrepair, and in need of upgrades and remodeling. Other times, they’re simply located in the wrong part of the town, state or country. In these cases, it’s not necessarily a good thing that someone has left you a house in their will. Of course, you can sell the property, but can you sell the inherited house to a cash home buyer in Indianapolis?
So you’ve listed your Indianapolis house with a realtor and it didn’t sell? You are now asking, how do I sell without a realtor in Indianapolis?
So it’s been 6 months and the realtor has failed to come up with a buyer that is willing to meet a reasonable selling price. Maybe the realtor hasn’t even presented you with anyone interested in your home. What next? Try to sell without a realtor. [Read more…]