How Our Process Works Is Simple
We make the process as quick and stress free as possible so that you don’t have to do anything. We can close in less than 30 days and sometimes faster if necessary.
Sell Your House Fast In Kansas City
Our Home-Buying Process Is Three Steps and Done
Fill In The Form Below
We need the address of the property you want to sell and your contact information so that we can contact you for additional details.
Speak To Us On The Phone
We will ask you about the condition of the house and your situation (why are you selling such a nice house?). We use this information to complete a full evaluation and we will call you back with an offer to buy your house for cash within 24 hours.
Pick A Closing Date
If you like the offer, we can schedule an appointment to view the property, sign a contract, and close with an appropriate title company on your schedule.
We Take The Hassle Out Of Selling
We make you an offer based on the after repair market value and assumed costs to repair and improve the property to sell. This means you don’t have to worry about cleaning or fixing anything. You take what you want and leave the rest for us to clean up.
We Make Cash Offers Based On The After Repair Market Value Of Your House!
This is the price your house would sell for if it were in near perfect condition as compared to other currently updated houses of similar size and style in your neighborhood.
We are able to find the after repair market value using data similar to what a real estate agent would use. This data includes price comparisons to houses sold in the last 6 months, within a mile of your property, and preferably in the same neighborhood.
Our offers are based on the After Repaired Value of your house. This way we can make the highest fair offers for your house where we can walk away with our profits, and you with the cash you need. Here is a breakdown of how the offer is generated.
[Your Offer] = [After Repair Value] x [70%] – [Cost Of Repairs] – [Our Selling Costs]
This Is How We Calculate Our Cash Offers:
1) We Determine The After Repairs-Market Value Of Your House.
The After-Repairs Value: (or “ARV”) simply means what your house would be worth if it were completely renovated based on current market standards, just like your favorite HGTV show. Your offer is based on this value.
2) We Calculate The Cost of Repairs
The Cost Of Repairs: is how much it would cost US to renovate the house and make it look spectacular, ready for the market. We obviously strive to increase the value of the house so we can get as much as possible for it. This means a higher offer for you and an acceptable profit for us.
3) We Determine Our Selling Costs
The Selling Cost: includes all the costs associated with selling a property. Although we buy houses from homeowners without involving agents, we, on the other hand, to give you a higher offer, do need to be able to sell the house for top value after we fix it up (this was the whole point of fixing up the property). That means we list it with an agent, which means we have closing costs, agent commissions, and taxes to pay.
4) We Take Out Our Profits
Our Profits: are reasonable. This is a business and without a profit, we wouldn’t be able to stay in business, buy houses, pay our contractors, and plumbers, etc. Rest assured our profits are fair, and this business prioritizes the highest possible offers (otherwise no one would accept our offers in the first place and we’d be out of business!)
Simply put, it all boils down to this simple concept:
Your offer will be the market value of your house completely fixed up, minus all the costs associated with us bringing the house to its completely fixed-up condition, minus our profits (of course).
The Win-Win Principle Of Cash Offers
Consider having a house in severe disrepair, to the extent that its market value is significantly reduced. In such a state, it might be challenging to even list it, as financial institutions are often reluctant to provide loans against properties in dire conditions.
Now, let’s say that the house in its current condition is worth $50K (so the “as-is” value is $50,000), but let’s say that if you were to put $100K into the house, you would be able to sell it for $200K. (Yes this is actually the same house.)
Cash buyers like us could offer you $80K for your home, which is $30K MORE than the current value of your house. For us, we spend $100K to rehab sell for $200K netting us a $20k profit (minus other costs/taxes).