Selling your home to an investor brings many potential benefits and perks. Consider the following if you’re ready to sell your home and are considering working with a real estate investor!
And if you think you’re ready to proceed with the sale of your home, contact Kristine Zelazo, The Short Sale Gal.
Fast, Simple Transactions
Real estate investors have lots of experience when it comes to purchasing homes and they typically have financing secured already, so there’s no need to wait for your buyer to find a mortgage loan.
Also, investors won’t need to sell their existing home before moving forward with the sale of your property, as is commonplace with a traditional buyer, so the timeframe for the sale is greatly reduced.
What’s more, investors have purchased many properties before, so they know how to prepare to ensure a smooth, speedy transaction.
There’s No Need to Make Repairs
Real estate investors generally won’t ask the homeowner to make home improvements and repairs, as is commonplace with a traditional buyer who’s seeking the property as a primary residence.
This is ideal for homeowners who don’t have the funds, the time or the desire to make serious improvements and repairs on a property. An investor will typically purchase your property as-is.
Investors Buy Less-than-Perfect Homes
Real estate investors aren’t seeking a property as a primary residence; they’re seeking an investment property that they can improve, and then sell or rent.
So for this reason, you’ll have a much easier time finding an investor if your home is old, in need of serious upgrades, or simply not all that desirable in terms of location or current condition.
A seasoned investor can look past the aesthetics and the current condition of the home and if there is room for profit, then they’ll make an offer.
If you’re seeking to sell your home as-is to an investor or in a short sale transaction, turn to Kristine Zelazo, the Short Sale Gal! Complete the home pre-sale form to provide Kristine with additional information on the property in question.
Contact Kristine Zelazo by phone at 800.664.0616, x802.