Unfortunately, families with real estate in Probate are often aggressively targeted by real estate investors looking for a steal. As a licensed Real Estate Broker I have a fiduciary responsibility to look after your best interests while an investor is looking after their best interests. I have never seen an investor make a cash offer for a property that was more than a seller would get on the retail market, after all expenses. Do not let the stress of getting a property ready for sale effect your net dollars. We can help with every aspect of preparing your property for the market including:
DO I NEED TO CLEAN OUT ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY BEFORE SELLING?
No. You do not need to clear out personal property, debris, garbage or any other item from a property. We can sell your property for top dollar, as-is.
DO I NEED TO MAKE REPAIRS TO GET TOP DOLLAR?
NO! There’s a major misconception, one that is pushed heavily by investors, that you need to have a “move in ready” home or a “financable” home in order to demand top dollar. That is not true AT ALL. A reputable Realtor knows how to address these issues to drive top dollar, while ensuring you don’t spend out of pocket money repairing the home before closing.
CAN YOU OFFER ME A CASH "AS-IS" OFFER?
Yes! I can get multiple cash, “as-is” offers for you within 48 hours. However, this is rarely in your best interests. These types of offers typically only make sense when a seller has a VERY short timeline to sell. If your home is going to be foreclosed on, within a week, you may want to consider a cash, off market offer. Otherwise, work with a knowledgeable professional that has a fiduciary obligation to look after your best interests. You’ll net more, almost every time.
CAN I LIST MY HOME ON THE MARKET "AS-IS"?
Yes! This is the absolute best option you have to net the most amount of money. A savvy Real Estate Broker can guide you through any debris removal, repairs &/or renovations to ensure you are netting the most possible, while limiting stress and exposure.
I HAVE A CASH "AS-IS" OFFER. SHOULD I TAKE IT?
DO NOT accept an offer on your home until you have someone representing you. Investors represent themselves. They do not have your best interests in mind. We have never seen an off market offer net a seller more than a correctly listed retail offer and we have seen hundreds of them. Get somebody in your corner.