Simple Home Offer is an educational resource for homeowners. We find out the particulars of your situation and provide the best recommendation for you to sell your home.
We’ve had years of experience in building similar sites in the consumer finance industry and have a burning passion to help bring the real estate industry into the modern era.
Sometimes selling your home is a little more complicated. We’re here to help you find the easiest way to sell your home and take the next steps.
Together, we’ll determine your needs and help you understand your options.
It’s normal to have questions when selling a home or other property. We’ve answered frequently asked questions to help guide you.
We’re here to answer any other questions you have. Call us at (248) 210-4875.
The allure of iBuyers like Opendoor, OfferPad, Knock, and Zillow Instant Offers is they will provide you an “instant offer” on your home which allows you to:
1. Sell your house more quickly
2. Not need to keep your house in tip-top shape for weeks when potential buyers are walking through
3. Find your next house on your schedule
4. Only have to show your house once.
So once you find out that this is an option, immediately people ask how much it cost to use this service. Currently, iBuyers are able to buy your house with as little as a 6% convenience fee, although those numbers can increase to 7 and 8% (and higher in some cases) depending on your house scenario. The convenience fee is similar to traditional real estate commissions, so this service is excellent for someone that is ready to move or needs to move in a certain timeframe.
The great thing about an Instant Offer Company is you can close in as little as 3 days. Your offer is good for up to 60 days from when you receive it which allows you to find your perfect house on your timeline. Once you do find the exact right house, then you can very easily coordinate the sale of your current home to line up perfectly with the buy of your next home. This has been a nightmare with traditional real estate sales.
Now using an iBuyer isn’t for everyone. Houses with major damage, houses that are very unique, and houses that are either really inexpensive or too expensive are not all going to work for iBuyers. Currently they are targeting the average middle American, trying to buy single family homes in good condition, priced $100k-$500k, in middle class neighborhoods across the country.
Instant Offer Companies are the next big thing for real estate and are becoming a real option. If you are interested in learning more about individual iBuyer companies or if you want to get an offer for a home you own, click here and we will be happy to help point you in the right direction.