Cash Offer On House Announces: Sell Your House Fast

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Cash Offer On House, based in Landrum, South Carolina, has announced that homeowners can sell their house fast to them. They are a real estate investment company that focuses on buying houses in “as-is” condition, for cash. They want homeowners who really want to get rid of their house for whatever reason to know that they don’t even have to make any repairs to the house because they are ready to buy any house in as-is condition.

Don Phelps from Cash Offer On House says, “Selling a home isn’t easy, especially when you need to sell your house quickly. If you’re like most of the homeowners that call us, your main concern is the well being of your family. You are committed to protecting and providing for them, and equally important, you want to solve the problems that are preventing you and your family from enjoying the life you deserve. And since we buy houses with cash, we are able to close quickly or on the timeframe that you choose. There is no need to wait for a bank.”

Cash Offer On House provides a solution by buying a house in any condition. This means that the home sellers will not need to clean or repair the house before being able to sell it. Plus, the cash will be available to the home seller in just seven days. This is in marked contrast to the usual way of selling a house through a real estate agent.

In the conventional process of selling a property, the seller chooses a real estate agent and the agent will list the house for sale. The homeowner will have to get the house cleaned and repaired or else, practically no one will be interested, when they see its present condition. And even if a potential buyer is found, there would be a need to wait for the bank’s approval for the financial assistance that the buyer will likely require. In contrast, Cash Offer On House is offering to buy the house for cash so there would be no need to wait for a bank approval. The home seller will receive the offered amount in cash just a matter of days. Plus, this amount will not be reduced because there would be no fees and commissions to be paid. Those who would like to know more about Cash Offer On House can follow their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CashOfferOnHouse/.

Don Phelps says, “When you sell to us, you never pay for service fees, repairs, or closing costs. Once we make an offer to you, that’s the price we stand by.” And the price that they will offer is assured to be fair. To come up with the price to be offered, Cash Offer On House will review the prices of comparable houses in the same general area and take into account a number of factors to come up with the offer that the homeowners are under no obligation to accept.

Cash Offer On House provides a competitive cash offer within 24 hours. There would be no need for listing, home cleaning, and showings. And home sellers can select any closing date from 10 to 180 days.

In contrast, through the conventional way of selling a home, the seller will have to list the property on the market for an average of 50 days until closing. And there is a risk that buyer financing may not be approved. There are various upfront and hidden fees. And the sellers will have to look for contractors to repair the home or manage the repairs themselves.

Don Phelps adds, “There’s no easier way to sell your home. We can empower you to sell on your timeline and avoid listing, showings, and months of uncertainty. Our company truly provides a better, easier and faster way to sell your house.”

People who are interested in selling their house fast can visit the Cash Offer On House website at https://cashofferonhouse.com/, or contact them through the telephone or via email. They are open 24 hours a day, from Monday to Sunday.

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For more information about Cash Offer On House, contact the company here:

Cash Offer On House
Don Phelps
(888) 683-7909
info@cashofferonhouse.com
402 S Randolph Ave
Landrum, South Carolina 29356

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