Selling Your Home to Texas Property Rescue vs. Listing with a Local Agent
Even in a “sellers market” like TX, it’s wise to look at all of your options and see what works best for you, and what path will best help you reach your goals in the sale of your property. While you may be able to achieve a higher “top line” sales price if you decide to list with a local agent in Dallas Fort Worth, that doesn’t always equal more money in your pocket or less stress. When dealing with agents, there are potential fees, contracts, and lengthy waiting periods to take into consideration. Take a look at the details below to compare your options:
|Selling w/ An Agent||SOLD To Texas Property Rescue|
|Commissions / Fees:||6% on average is paid by you, the seller||NONE|
|Who Pays Closing Costs?:||2% on average is paid by you, the seller||NONE – We pay all costs|
|Inspection & Financing Contingency*:||Yes, up to 15% of sales fall through||NONE|
|Appraisal Needed:||Yes, sale is often subject to appraisal||NONE – We make cash offers|
|Average Days Until Sold:||+/- 91 Days||IMMEDIATE CASH OFFER|
|Number of Showings:||It Depends||1 (Just Us)|
|Closing Date:||30-60 +/- days after accepting buyers offer||The Date Of YOUR CHOICE|
|Who Pays For Repairs?:||Negotiated During Inspection Period||NONE – We pay for all repairs|
Work the numbers, and see which method helps you reach your goals, and sell your house fast.
Once you work the numbers and weigh your options, you can clearly see the benefits of selling your home for cash. Though we may not be able to offer you the full retail value of your home, we make your transaction worth it by offering benefits that the traditional home sale cannot.
Some of these important benefits include:
From the moment we present you with an offer, you can have cash in your hand in as little as 7 days.
With us, there is no guessing game. You never have to worry about how long your property will be on the market before it sells. We don’t care if your house is in probate, it doesn’t matter if you need us to buy your vacant property, by working with us, you can get rid of your property fast. This means no more utility, tax, insurance, or mortgage payments while you wait for the traditional agent to find a buyer for your home. If your home takes 90 days to close, thats three months of extra expenses that, in the end, drain your assets while you hold out, hoping your home will sell.
You never have to fix, repair, or clean your home before potential buyers show up.
We don’t care how dirty your house is (we’ve seen worse) nor do we care how many repairs your home needs (we love fixer-uppers), we would love to make an offer for your home. This saves you valuable time and money that belongs in your pocket.
You don’t have to worry about paying closing costs… We’ve got you covered!
Because we are a full-service professional home buyer in TX, we make it easy, convenient, and efficient for you. We pay all of the closing costs! What we offer you is what you get in cash. The only thing left to your dealing is any mortgage payoff costs, or encumbrances on the property. We simplify your entire selling process.
In the end, the time you save by working with us is worth giving us a call. Here at Texas Property Rescue, our no-hassle motto, and the money you save on commissions, fees, and holding costs while you wait to sell your home the traditional route, makes us a no brainer for many Dallas homeowners. Give us a call or fill out the short questionnaire below to find out why more and more people are selling their homes for cash fast.
Get your fair, all-cash offer on your house today!
*An Important Note*
Many buyers will base their offer on an inspection, or financing contingency!
An inspection gives the buyer time perform an inspection and affords the option to back out of the sale, or negotiate a new price if there are repairs that need to be done. If you cannot reach an agreement with the buyer, the buyer has the right to back out of the sale. Similarly, a financing contingency affords “wiggle room” to back out of the purchase if they cannot obtain a loan or if the home doesn’t appraise for the value that the bank needs to close the loan.