If you’re looking to put your house on the market to sell, but you own a house with repairs that need to be made to it, then you might feel trapped. However, never fear! Even if you own a house with repairs, you have plenty of options to sell your home.
1. Sell Your Home to a Cash Buying Company
Some businesses will offer cash upfront for your house even if your home has a lot of repairs that need to be made to it! Some of these “cash-offer” companies will make an offer from you sending them pictures of your home. The size of the home, it’s location, and the style, could all affect the amount of the offer. Other companies will request that they conduct an evaluation of your home to have a better understanding of its full range of issues, and then they’ll make an offer.
If you’re interested in selling your home to a company that offers cash upfront, then check out Enlight Homebuyers at 1-800-655-8322!
2. Try to Sell Your Home “as-Is”
When home sellers are putting their house on the market and they’re aware that their home needs repairs, but they don’t want to take the money or the time to fix the issues, they’ll opt to sell the house “as-is.”
If you choose this path, you could save yourself a lot of time and money since you aren’t repairing your home, and you’re protecting yourself from any legal recourse since the buyer will be aware of any issues upfront.
3. Invest in Your Home and Repair It
Based on the amount of time a homeowner has before they’re trying to sell their home, it could make sense for them to pay for a contractor to fix the issues at hand. Of course, if you’re going to choose this route, you’ll want to perform some research and see what the ROI would be for fixing up your home.
While selling your home “as-is” or fixing your homes repairs are both great options if you’re putting your house on the market, if you’re trying to sell your home quickly, then choose to sell it to a company that offers cash upfront. Contact Enlight Homebuyers at 1-800-655-8322 or fill out the form below to get started today!