Frequently asked questions

Most frequent questions and answers

The process is simple and consists of 3 steps:

  1. Consultation- After submitting our quick web form, a member of our team will contact you to discuss the details of your home as well as your reason for selling so that we can determine which selling option will be best for you.
  2. Making an offer- When we make an offer, we consider your asking price, the fair market value of your property, and all of the information you have provided. Our experienced real estate specialists will guide you through the offer, answering any questions you might have. Upon agreement of a price and your choice of a closing date, you will receive an electronic contract that you can sign on your computer or smartphone.
  3. Verification of the condition- We will arrange a viewing at a time that is convenient for you. If you need to make repairs, don’t worry. We buy houses in their current condition. Basically, you take your stuff, move out when you want to and let us handle the rest. We conduct this inspection after a price is agreed upon because we respect your time. You will not have to worry about the legal details or closing constituents. We will handle everything up to handing you your check and keep you informed every step of the way.

You won’t be charged a fee or commission to make an offer or to buy your home. The closing costs and attorney fees associated with the sale are taken care of by us. 

In the case of liens or judgments which you cannot pay, simply let our team know in the initial consultation and we will attempt to work with you to resolve the issue. In many cases, you can deduct these fees from your proceeds when you sell.

Absolutely not, we offer our services for free and you will not be charged anything or incur out-of-pocket expenses if you choose not to accept our offer.

Yes, definitely. You may ask your assigned acquisitions agent for our proof of funds, and they will email it to you. This is something you should request from anyone offering on your home. Sadly, there are a lot of “investors” out there claiming to be “home buyers” who cannot afford the house, and many deals are thrown out because of this and can waste a lot of time.

The decision to close is yours. Providing the acquisitions department with your preferred date will enable us to accommodate you as best as possible. To process all the required paperwork, the local title company typically takes a few weeks. Since they are 3rd parties, some take longer than others, especially if they deal with a high volume of transactions. Every situation and the deadline is unique, so we do our best to work with you.

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We will pay $1000 towards your attorney fees!