How Do I Sell My House in NC for Cash?

Our cash offers are based on the After Repair Market Value of your house! (That’s a good thing)

The top question on most people’s minds is how much cash we can give you for your house. Here, we’ll explain how the process works. We’ll start with a quick overview, followed by a detailed breakdown.

We Make the House Selling Process Fast & Easy

How It Works

  1. You invite us to take a look at your property.
  2. We do some “homework” on the house and estimate any repairs.
  3. We make you an offer.
  4. If we agree on the offer and get it signed, we can close in 2-4 weeks, if not sooner.

How Do I Sell My House Fast in NC?

Follow the steps below for a FREE offer!

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Once we have your information, we determine the current market value of your house if it were freshly repaired and updated.

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Schedule Your Appointment

During our walkthrough, we identify all the costs required to fix up your house. This determines how much we can sell it for after repairs/updates. Factoring in our costs to repair and (re)sell your house, we make you the highest fair market offer we can.

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Pick A Closing Date

If we agree on the offer, we can close on your schedule. You get the cash, we get the deed, win-win!

The Detailed Process:

Selling a house can be a long process that requires a lot of effort and not a lot of certainty on when you’ll sell or how much money you’ll get. We remove the effort and uncertainty by giving you a same-day, fair market offer. What allows us to close so quickly is paying all cash for your house. No need for finance or support from banks, lenders, inspectors or agents. If you’re facing foreclosure, selling your house before the banks take any action means you can avoid foreclosure and keep your credit unharmed.

Before you jump in, be sure to educate yourself on what to expect throughout the process, and what a good buyer looks like!

  1. Find a Buyer: Often, when you search for cash buyers on the Internet (example: “Sell my house fast”), you get results from ads that cash buyers pay for to put them at the top of your search results. This doesn’t always mean they’re reputable! 
  2. Do Your Homework: Do your due diligence to ensure you find the right cash buyer to work with and who will put your interests first.
  3. Provide Your Information: Once you find the right buyer, send them your info (contact, address, details on the condition of your house).
  4. Set Up a Walkthrough: To get you the best possible offer, the buyer needs to visit so they can assess your home. This should be free, and you typically receive a same day offer.
  5. Agree on a Closing Date: Once you sign the offer, you can set a date for closing, at which point you get your cash! Simple as that. A good cash buyer should also pay all closing costs.

The Offer

Now that you know how the process works, what goes into the offer?

It’s in our best interest to make you the highest possible offer. Not only do we want to (it isn’t satisfying if we’re not actually bettering people’s lives), but we know you’ll go with a different buyer if our offer isn’t the most competitive. You won’t refer us to your friends either! So how do we come up with our offer? Rest assured we aren’t just going with our gut. There’s a science to it.

The After Repair Value (ARV) is the value of your home after it’s completely fixed up. How do we determine your home’s ARV? We look at the home sales in your neighborhood over the prior year, but not just any homes that sold. We look at homes just like yours, but fixed-up with upgrades like granite countertops, fresh paint, new roof or hardwood floors, etc.

Let’s say your neighbor sold their house, fully renovated, for $200,000. Comparable home sales tell us what your home will sell for if we make the same types of repairs/upgrades! From here, we can make you an informed offer that factors in the cost of repairs. You see, all of our offers are based on market numbers and not “gut instinct” or desperation. If the offer works for you, we schedule the closing and get you your cash!

Anatomy of an Offer

Now, for those of you that are into the details, we have nothing to hide. Below is the exact formula we use to determine our offer.

[Your Offer] = [After Repair Value] – [Cost of Repairs] – [Our Selling Costs] – [Our Minimum Profit]

Let’s define the terms:

After Repair Value (ARV): The value of your home after it’s completely fixed up. This is what your house would be worth if it were renovated to current market standards. Ever watch HGTV? Your offer is based on this value.

Cost Of Repairs: This is what it costs us to repair and upgrade your home after you sell it to us, and we get it ready for the market. Our goal is to increase the value of the home to get the highest sale price for it, which means a higher offer for you! Win-win.

Our Selling Costs: This covers all costs associated with selling the property. While it’s pretty simple to buy houses for cash, in order to get you the highest offer we have to turn them around and sell them for top value after we’ve fixed them up. This involves those middlemen (agents, holding and closing costs, taxes, etc.) Again, you avoid all this when you sell to us, but it usually constitutes about 10% of the selling price.

Our Minimum Profit: If we don’t make a profit, we can’t stay in business, which means we can’t help people. We keep our profits reasonable to get you the best possible offer. The more reasonable our profits, the better our offers and the more deals we do; thus, the greater the overall profit, not necessarily per deal. This ensures everyone benefits.

Simply put, it all boils down to this:

The market value of your home after it’s all fixed up, minus the costs to repair and upgrade, minus our profits.

Our Win-Win Principle

Let’s just say your house is in disrepair (and I don’t mean you just left the dishes for a week!), and you either can’t list it or you can’t sell it for much. (FYI – many agents won’t list a home in this condition, and getting a loan on a house in severe disrepair is difficult).

Now, imagine your house in its current condition is worth $50K (“as-is” value), but let’s say you put $100K into the house and now you can sell it for $200K. (Same house as above!) But perhaps you don’t have the will or the means to deal with repairs, contractors, lenders, or the stress…

If you go with a cash buyer like us, we can offer you MORE than the “as is” value of your home. In this example, let’s say we offer $80K, which is $30K more than the current value of your house. You get more than the current market value of your home and we get the profit after we fix up and resell your house. Again, let’s say we put in $100K and the house is now worth $200K. After all our costs and taxes, we could net a profit of $20K. Win-win for both of us.

This meets the criteria of the Win-Win Principle because you get more than what your house is currently worth, and we make our minimum profit.

It goes without saying that this is not doable in every situation, but it does demonstrate why you should fill in the form. Let us show you your options so that at least you know where you stand (that’s still a win!).

What Makes Us Different?

The focus of our offer is to serve. We aren’t pushing you to sign an offer. We’re going to listen to your unique needs and see if other solutions (like listing with an agent or reinstating your loan) are options first. If not, not only are our offers the highest they can be based on the market, but we think outside the box. Need a cash advance on a down payment for the next place you land while you’re waiting to close? Need an advance on a moving truck? We offer creative solutions around your unique needs.

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