Buy My House
Consider this. You are o the promising road to a new phase in your life. Perhaps you have received an invitation to career growth elsewhere. Your family needs to move to a different city. You just need to let go of your old house for a new one. It could be a lot of reasons or one of these. The thing is, you need to let go of the house you’ve been living in for almost your entire life. Then you look around and think, “Who would buy my house?” It dawns on you that your house needs numerous repairs here and there. The plumbing also needs work. Some parts of the ceiling are ready to fall apart. You realize there is more to selling your house than just sending word out there that you want to leave it in someone else’s lap for cash. But then who would have cash for your house? You round up the names of people you would possibly offer sale of the house to. Then it dawns on you, “Who would have cash for my house?” In its current state, who among the people in your sphere of influence would want to buy it for cash?
You then realize selling a house isn’t all that simple. This is especially true if you are hoping to sell it for cash. Of course your first option would be to sell the house for cash. You need the cash sooner than later after all. But you slowly realize it is a tough call, even with the amount of connections you have. For one thing, finding the right person who would take the deal in cash is hard enough. Another thing is getting your house ready for selling. You now start to imagine the amount of repairs and upgrades needed if you were to set your house up as a listing in the larger market. If you take that path of letting a realtor sell your house, you also need to consider realtor fees and other costs a conventional home-selling process entails. There’s inspection timelines, contingency agreements, and the like. This works if you are well-funded to make provision for the requirements of home-selling to an ever-demanding market. One other thing you need to consider is the cost of marketing.
Although marketing does not completely guarantee a sale very soon, it is needed to get your house out there at the price you ask for. Expect price changes if your house stays on the market longer than the normal selling period. Sometimes, sellers may need to flex to what the market says is the right price – even if it is not the price you deem right for your property. Knowing and understanding the home selling process before you dive into selling your home is vital. It also takes considerable time. However, we all know that time is increasingly scarce in this fast-paced world. A day wasted to non-productive activities is a huge deal. If you are in a rush and you need to sell your house fast for cash, you might want to consider selling it to direct buyers. Direct buyers are the fastest way around selling your house without touch-ups and upgrades. Direct buyers have cash and they are more than willing to buy your house as is. What’s more, the process your home selling goes through with direct buyers is so much faster. Think about the amount of time you save trying to fix things up in your house, take photos and videos of it, market it, and go through the entire home-selling process that goes on for months! Free yourself from the ordeal of the lengthy selling process. Connect with the reliable direct buyers in your area. In Cincinnati, Ohio, you can only trust the topnotch direct buyers, Mitch and Matt Painter.
The Cincinnati Property Twins are serious home buyers. Even if your house needs substantial work, they’re prepared to make you an offer in as little as 24 hours, and if necessary, close within 10 days, to quickly get you cash for your home. They buy houses in every condition – good and bad.
We’re a Cincinnati-based company and buying houses is our business. We’re highly respectful of seller needs and always operate with the utmost integrity. Our aim is to make it as hassle-free as possible to sell your house fast. The Painter twins are lifelong Cincinnati residents and the city’s #1 direct house buyers.