Sell My Home Fast In San Antonio – 5 Tips to Help You Sell Quickly

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5 Tips For Home Sellers

If you own a house in San Antonio and want to sell it quickly, read this blog for 5 tips that will help you sell your house sooner!  Get rid of that stress of a house that you need to sell.

Tip #1 – Skip The Fix-Up

One of the most time-consuming reasons that homes don’t get sold as quickly as the seller wants to sell is because of the renovations, repairs, and clean-up that needs to happen before the home can go on the market. Real estate agents understand what their buyers are looking for, so they usually urge sellers to make renovations. Unfortunately, the larger the renovation, the longer the sale is delayed.  Plus financing can be denied if there are major issues with the house.  So if there are things that need to be repaired, your only option to sell may be look for buyers who can pay cash.   That is a much smaller buyer pool on the retail market.

Tip #2 – Forget Retail

When a home is sold “on the market” (usually listed by an agent), the prospective buyers are usually called “retail buyers,” meaning that the buyers are looking to buy a home that they want to live in. Unfortunately, retail buyers are notoriously unpredictable and they buy on their own timeline, which may not be your timeline! A better option is to think about selling to a professional home-buying company.  Not only are the buyers on their own timeline but they are on their lenders’ timeline.  It takes a minimum of 3 weeks (if you are lucky) but closer to 45 days to close a loan after you have a contract.  A contract is not in place until a buyer and a seller agree on the terms so first you may have your house on the market, get a buyer, settle details with the buyer, get the loan process finished and close.  That can take months.  If you are lucky it may happen in 6 weeks.

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Tip #3 – Gather Your Data

One surprisingly time-consuming piece of the sales process is when the buyer requires information that the seller needs to find. This might include information such as when the HVAC unit was installed or when the roof was last shingled, etc. Homeowners who anticipate these questions and have the answers at their fingertips can usually accelerate the buyer’s timeline and potentially sell their homes faster.  These facts need to be presented on the sellers disclosure when the house is listed.

Tip #4 – Bypass The Agent

An agent is motivated to sell your house and try to get the best price for it. While that is important, it means that they may not always have your preferred timeline in mind – since an agent may choose to delay if they think they can get a higher price. Bypassing an agent and selling directly to a buyer, such as a buyer like us at Rescue Real Estate Help will help you to sell your house faster. (We are home buyers and we are ready to buy your house right now)

Tip #5 – Get Ready To Decide

It is our experience that homeowners who think they are ready to sell are not always truly ready. They WANT to sell but when it comes time to make a decision, they have difficulty moving forward. If you are really interested in selling fast, and you get in touch with a company like us, get ready because we can move very quickly and can even close in and put a close quickly!

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