Selling your home can be a daunting task. You may have a lot of questions, so we’ve listed a few frequently asked questions for you to look over.
Feel free to reach out though, we’d be happy to answer any questions you have directly as well.
How Do You Determine How Much You Will Pay Me?
What does the process look like?
- The process is comprised of four simple steps.
- Request a Quote
- We’ll get in contact with you and I’ll ask you a few questions about what you’re looking to do.
- We’ll Meet
- When we meet, we’ll take a look around your property, but the main focus is on you. We want to really understand what your needs are so that we can meet them.
- Get a Quote
- We’ll prepare a formal quote and deliver it to you. If you agree, we’ll sign a contract and perform some “due diligence” on the property to make sure there are no surprises.
- Get Paid Cash
- Depending on your timeline, we’ll pay you cash for your home as agreed per the contract in the previous step.
Is there a Fee to Meet?
No way! We understand that you win some and you lose some. We just want the opportunity to win you over. If we can’t make your life easier, then we’ll part as friends. However, if we can make your life easier and get you the cash you need, why wouldn’t we make a mutually beneficial deal?
How Fast Will You Pay Me?
That’s mostly up to you. We can close in as little as two weeks upon coming to an agreement. We do need a short amount of time to inspect the home and make sure the title is clear so there aren’t any surprises after the fact. However, if you want to shorten or extend that time frame, we’ll work with you to make it happen.
Where in Utah do you buy homes
We're currently focused on buying properties in the Salt Lake valley. However, if you have a property elsewhere, I’d still love to hear from you and we’ll see if it makes sense to meet up.
What type of homes do you purchase?
We focus on buying single family homes, but am open to any good opportunities to purchase condos, mobile homes, or even commercial property.
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