Breaking Down the Numbers…
Working With An MD Agent vs. Selling To Speedy Home Buyers, LLC
When you are ready to sell your MD home, you will want to learn about all of the various factors and make sure you explore all of your options. Which path will help you to reach YOUR goals when selling your house? While an agent may try to promise you a higher sales price, that doesn’t always equate to more cash in your pocket when all is said and done. Make sure to consider the points below when getting ready to sell your MD home.
|Selling w/ An Agent||SOLD To Speedy Home Buyers, LLC|
|Commissions / Fees:||You will pay an average of 6% to the realtor once the house sells||$0 – No commissions or fees… EVER!|
|Who Pays Closing Costs?:||You can expect to pay about 2%||$0 – We pick up all the closing costs|
|Limbo period for Inspection & Financing Contingencies?*:||Yes. And about 15% of sales fall through||NONE – There is no waiting with us, we buy now, as-is!|
|Appraisal Needed:||Yes. The buyers bank will often require an appraisal||NONE – We make cash offers|
|Average Days Until Sold:||About 50% of homes take over 4 months to sell!||IMMEDIATE OFFER – We are ready to buy today|
|Number of Showings:||Reports show an average of 20+ showings (and multiple open house’s) before a property sells||Only 1 (Us)|
|Closing Date:||About 30-60 +/- days AFTER you accept an offer||Your call. We can close in 14 days.|
|Who Pays For Repairs?:||You will pay out of pocket for repairs before listing. If needed, additional repairs can be negotiated with your buyer.||We do. We buy as-is and love projects!|
Now It’s Time To Work Out the Numbers. Which Path Will Help You Reach Your Goals? Listing vs Direct Sale?
In some situations, realtors just can’t compete with the value of selling your home directly to Speedy Home Buyers, LLC.
We will not be offering you retail value for your home. But after you consider all of the above, plus the costs of utilities, property taxes, insurance and mortgage payments up until the day of closing, you will start to see that selling your home directly has a ton of benefits! Plus… think of all the time you will save and stress you will avoid!
Done and Closed in as Little as 14 Days.
If your property is more trouble than it’s worth, we can help you get rid of it fast. Just think… no more utility payments, tax payments, insurance payments, mortgage payments, you get the idea. When you list your home and get stuck waiting MONTHS for it to close, you will need to factor in all of these bills into your ACTUAL selling price. Here at Speedy Home Buyers, LLC we don’t use bank financing so there is no waiting or worrying about our loan falling through.
No Repair Costs or Continuous Cleaning
If you have listed a home before, you know that a realtor can call you spur of the moment with a potential buyer that may want to see your home. That means you will want to keep it clean. Pretty much all the time. Have kids? Pets? A job? Your time spent cleaning (and encouraging others to keep it that way) could definitely be spent doing other things.
Personally, we don’t care how dirty your home is. Does it need some repairs? Awesome! We are big-time DIY’ers. Whatever the condition, we’d like to make an offer on your house with zero obligation.
Closing Fees? What Closing Fees.
We’ve got them covered. We pay all fees and costs. We want this process to be as straight-forward and as simple for you as possible. What we offer you is what you get. Refreshing eh?
Get a risk-free, all-cash offer on your house now!
Give us a call at (301) 844-6070 or fill out the short form. Our process is fast, simple and we close when you choose. You can’t beat that! Get your no-hassle, no-obligation offer now, and think about the 1000’s you could potentially save by selling to us today!
*An inspection contingency allows the buyer time for an inspection and the right to back out of the sale or negotiate a new price if there are repairs needed. If no agreement can be reached, the buyer can back out completely. A financing contingency gives the buyer the right to back out of the purchase if they can’t obtain a loan or if the home doesn’t appraise for the value that the bank needs to close the loan.