Has your home been listed with a real estate agency for what seems like forever? Does it feel as though you’ll never sell?
You’re not alone. Many frustrated homeowners find themselves in this position when dealing with traditional real estate methods. It’s not their fault. They’re only doing what they know how to do.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel—and the end of the tunnel isn’t as far away as you might think. The solution to your problem may lie in the hands of a real estate investor.
A real estate investor is different than a real estate agent. Real estate agents are paid a commission when your house sells. They have a vested interest in selling high and they have nothing to lose so they’re often willing to hold out.
A real estate investor represents a group of buyers—often CASH buyers. Their job is to help anxious or frustrated homeowners sell their properties at a fair price so they can get on with their lives. They’ll take the responsibility off your shoulders, often in a matter of days.
Some homes don’t sell on the traditional market because they are over-priced. As mentioned earlier, real estate agents are often reluctant to lower prices because it cuts into their commissions. Real estate investors aren’t paid commissions. The goal of an investor is to connect buyers and sellers and come to an amicable agreement in the least amount of time possible.
Whether your home is in pristine condition or badly in need of repair, a real estate investor will meet you right where you are and help you get to the other side. They’ll review your goals with you and provide you with a realistic outlook on the best ways to solve your problems by helping you sell your home.
What if your home sells before you’re ready to move? Even with cash in hand from the sale of your property, arrangements can often be made for you to rent for a period of time. A real investor’s goal is to create a win-win situation for all parties involved.