We Are Team Ready To Help You Sell Your Home
Our goal at Nationwide Cash Offers is to provide you with an easier way to sell your home by getting you a fair cash offer for your home with ZERO commissions, closing costs or repairs and NONE of the headaches of a traditional home sale.
Our cash offer price represents the NET PRICE TO YOU. There are no commissions, no repairs, and we cover all closing costs. There are no showings or open houses, no appraisal, and no risk of the sale falling through due to financing issues. We close on your timeline as quickly as 10 days or as long as you need so you have the peace of mind of a certain closing date. If you need more time to move, we offer a rent back up to 30 days after we close escrow so you can get paid first and move later.
We have been helping homeowners in Southern California since 2018 and in 2022 we are expanding to cover most major markets across the country. Fill out our form or give us a call today to learn more about how we can purchase your home.
The Business Overview
Despite technology transforming nearly every part of our lives, the home selling process remains remarkably unchanged from decades ago.
You contact a real estate agent who will list your house on the market in exchange for a commission of 5-6% of the amount your home sells for. There will be open houses and showings where dozens of strangers trample around your home, many of whom may not even be qualified to buy it and will never make an offer. Once you do accept an offer, you will have to deal with repair requests, inspections, an appraisal and the uncertainty of whether the buyers loan will be approved so that they can ultimately close the deal.
Assuming the sale does go through the public sales price will be very misleading. For all the hassle and uncertainty of selling your home the traditional way, you are rewarded with paying commissions, closing costs and repair costs. On average you will only walk away with about 90% of the sale price of your home, before paying off any mortgage you have on the property.
If you are purchasing a new home in addition to selling, the headache continues. If you want to avoid paying two mortgages at once, you will need the purchase of your new home to close simultaneously with the sale of your current home. Since this is next to impossible given the uncertainty of traditional real estate transactions, you may wind up having to move twice, first into a hotel or temporary housing, and then into your new home once the purchase is complete.