Nowadays, homeowners have choice when it comes to how they part ways with their biggest investment. In times past, you had no other option than to hire a realtor and list your home for sale, hoping you might come across an interested buyer who saw the same value in your home as you did. Now, homeowners across the country are afforded the choice to sell the traditional way, or to sell privately. Selling privately often means selling to a cash buyer, such as Cash House Buyer. This option is great for certain homeowners, and understandably, is not the right choice for some. Here, we’ll go over how to determine if a realtor is right for you, or if taking the private route is better suited for your home and needs.
One of the main differences between the traditional route and cash buyers such as Cash House Buyer is who you’re selling your home to. Selling the traditional route means you’re likely to sell to a buyer who intends to live in the home themselves or with their family. This means that you’ll be selling the idea of your home to someone, hoping they envision themselves living there. With a private cash buyer, such as Cash House Buyer, you’re selling to a company. The company will not be living in the home, of course, therefore you’re not aiming for a cash buyer to envision themselves in the home–they have no intention of living in it themselves, and thus, minor details like flooring, paint and appliances mean little to them.
Tune in next week for second part!