Recently, several online home buyers have emerged that make attractive initial offers without even seeing your house. Not many homeowners realize upfront that hidden fees and commissions are not uncommon with online home buyers. How is that fair (or convenient) to you?
When we buy a house, it always starts with a personal or virtual visit. After a quick consultation, we can make you a fair, no-obligation offer on the spot. Sellers have trusted our fair offers for almost 30 years. And, we’ll be there to walk you through every step of the sale.
See the chart below on how HomeVestors compares to online home buyers.
|Look at the Difference
|Online Home Buyers
|Years in Business
|Varies; many are startups
|Share a Defined Code Of Ethics
|Charges Hidden Fees At Closing
|Covers Typical Closing Costs
Let’s be honest: Would you make an offer on a house without seeing it? Online buyers do.
Online buyers use computer algorithms to make unsolicited, “sight-unseen” offers. If you are interested, they eventually look at your house in person. It’s not unusual to be asked to make allowances for clean up and repair. Then, at closing, you may be surprised with hidden fees and closing costs that had not been mentioned before.
You won’t encounter these types of issues with HomeVestors. We always visit your house in person first. Then we can make you a fair cash offer on your house, sometimes on the same day. Because we buy “as is,” you’re never asked to pay for clean up or repair. There are no hidden fees, and we cover most typical closing costs.
Online buyers may seem like the easy option at first, but you can’t count on their offer being fair. HomeVestors is America’s #1 home buyer because we’ve purchased over 140,000 houses since 1996 the same way…in person with no surprises. When you want a fast, fair, all cash offer you can count on, call HomeVestors. We have the track record to prove it, just read HomeVestors reviews.
Let us take a quick look at your house and then we can make you an offer on the spot. And we don’t charge a commission and pay typical closing costs. That's all there is to it.