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How Do I Sell My House In Louisville, Kentucky Fast For Cash?
We Offer Cash For Your KY House Fast. Here’s How…
We Call You
After calling you, we will either make you an offer at your house or give you an offer over the phone.
You GET PAID
After we make you an offer and you love it, we will come up with a closing date on YOUR timeline.
“Matt made the process go very smoothly and closed FAST. He was able to get the property closed right before New Year! Incredible timing Matt, could not have asked for a better experience!”
– Walter (Louisville, KY)
Submit Your Info to Get Started
Timeframe: Once we get your info, we’re usually able to make you a fair all-cash offer within 24 hours. From there, we can close as quickly as 7 days… or on your schedule (sometimes we can have a check in your hand the very same day!).
Selling Your House Can Be Quick And Simple
We Will Never Lowball Anyone!
Our Offers are based on facts about the property and not based on how desperate you may or may not be. It’s important that you are comfortable with the offer you receive and we always make an effort to pay the highest amount we possibly can.
“How do you know what to offer me?”
This is a very common question we get from our homeowners. You as a homeowner should ask every real estate investor this question, the ones who can’t answer are probably either inexperienced or shady. Cash Offer Kentucky is neither one of those, which is why we have broken down exactly how we come up with your all cash offer in detail. See Below our explanation for how an offer is made on your house!
How The Home Cash Offer Works in Detail
We base our offers on 3 different criteria:
Most people when they decide they want to sell a house, have some kind of idea of what they think the property is worth. If you already have an idea of what you would want for the property, we would love to hear it! Who knows, maybe we can get you exactly what you want for it or more! If you’re not sure what you want for the property yet, that’s ok too. We will provide you with plenty of information to help you in the home selling process.
Example: You decide that based on your homework that you’ve done on your own and your financials goals that $100K is a fair asking price for your home. We run our numbers, figure out that by giving you $100K, we still have some room to make repairs and a profit and so we giving you your full asking price! Sounds easy doesn’t it?
The Comparable Sales
Comparable Sales are based on other properties sold within the last 6 months to 1 year that have similar characteristics to yours. Typically the properties being compared are also within a .5 to 1 mile radius of the “subject property” being appraised. The “subject property” meaning “your property” in this scenario.
Example: Your neighbors fully renovated house which is an 1000 sqft 2 bed 1 bath property just like yours sold for $200K 6 months ago. We would then conclude that sense the sale is very recent and the property is very similar to yours, that our offer would be based on the your properties potential to be a house worth $200K when it’s fully renovated.
Last but not least, we take into consideration the condition of the property when making you an offer. Some things we look at when determining what type of condition the property is in are things like HVAC age, water heater age, roof age, when the kitchens and bathrooms were last updated etc…
Other things we examine while determining the property condition are things like the foundation, windows, electric and plumbing. Most houses that sell on the market will have these things updated and that can get very expensive and time consuming. That’s why when we make offers, it’s important that we make an offer based on the amount of money required to get your property up to par with the other properties in the area.
Example: Your property needs $20K in repairs based on the condition it’s currently in. your neighbors house mentioned earlier that sold for $200K needed no repairs.. For us to make you a fair offer on your property, we would need to deduct the $20K in repairs needed along with the profit needed for us to stay in business and keep the lights on 😉