Do you want to sell your current home but do not want to go through the traditional listing and selling process?
Do you need to sell your house quickly without worry of when an offer will be made?
Do you want to sell your home, but don’t want to have to “fix it up” or perform any repairs before selling?
You can avoid all the hassle, unnecessary stress, expensive agent fees, and months going through the entire process. Due to our large network of investors, we are able to offer the option to buy your home!
We can have an evaluation and offer to you in as little as two business days. Our offers are “AS IS” upon approval of inspections. With this program, you will also save money selling your home without the traditional realtor fees!
We eliminate the worry of a lost sale due to the buyer’s contract falling through. We close when you need us to. We can offer flexible closings that can be moved forward or back as needed.
Our program allows you to move once, no repairs, no inconvenient showings, no more busted contracts, and no risk getting stuck paying two mortgages. The process is as simple as requesting an evaluation, receiving an offer within two business days of our evaluation, and then closing that occurs when you need it to upon acceptance and completion of our inspections!
Determining the best listing price to sell your home will depend on its size, neighborhood, amenities, condition, and many other factors.
Homeowners tend to have a mentally inflated perception of their own home and compare it to the most expensive homes sold in the neighborhood.
Homeworx compares prices of similarly sized homes for sale and homes sold in your area. This is known as a comparative market analysis, or "comps."
Your Realtor will then provide you with a suggested range for what price you should list your home for sale. The condition of your home in comparison to other homes on the market will have the highest impact on determining whether your home needs to be priced on the higher or lower end of the spectrum.
Overpriced homes spend more time “sitting on the market” and may require multiple price reductions. Take the time to do your own research, think it through, then discuss a number with your Realtor that feels right. Remember to be realistic.
Every real estate market is different, so the best time to sell your home may differ from state to state.
In general, the best months for home sales are in the spring and summer when prospective homebuyers have more time outside of work and school, and the weather is better. However, selling your home in the fall and winter months can be advantageous due to decreased buying competition.
An experienced agent will be able to assist you in formulating the best marketing strategy as well as other useful tips for selling your home.
Be flexible. In most cases, appliances do not add much value to a home and are considered personal property. However, there are some home buyers that prefer for a home to be move in ready.
Things to consider: will they fit or look right in another home, how hard will they be to move, how old are they, and more importantly what does the home buyer prefer.
Hosting an open house might sound good, but they are rarely effective when selling your home. Less than 5% of homes sell due to an open house.
Typically, they tend to draw out curious neighbors or prospect who are starting to look at homes but are unable to make any commitments just yet.
It varies widely based on area, demand, and how competitively you have priced your home. Your Realtor will be able to let you know how long comparable homes for sale have spent on the market after running a Comparative Market Analysis.
Exposure is another important factor to consider. Homeworx brings maximum exposure to our houses for sale by making significant investments in digital, social, and internet marketing.
Typically, when selling a home, the seller is responsible for a portion of the title insurance and Tax stamps, as well as the Realtors’ commissions.
However, it’s fairly common for buyers to request a seller to cover a portion if not all of their closing costs.
Home buyers should always check with their lender first.
You may qualify for a bridge loan in which the lender can wrap your current and new mortgage payment into one. The mental, physical, and financial stress associated with carrying two mortgages can be overwhelming.
Need to sell your home fast? Did you know Homeworx buys homes? Learn more about our Trade Home resource and how to sell your own home.
Homeworx is a full-service brokerage with over 18 years of experience. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation with an agent who can meet with you personally to discuss selling your home.
When you sell your home with us, we’ll create a personalized comparative market analysis, MLS listing, and digital marketing plan.
Homeworx will schedule photos of the home, create a virtual tour, put a sign in your yard, a secure lockbox to your door, schedule and coordinate all showings, receive and advise all offers and counter offers, and assist you every step of the way, including representing you at the closing. We do more than just show you how to sell your home.
No. Homeworx fees are collected at closing when your home sells.
This should be scheduled for the day the buyer takes possession.
You will need to contact the utility companies and request a final meter reading and bill. Home Buyers are responsible for transferring services to their name.
The Realtors at Homeworx are here to serve you. Whether you are leasing or selling your home, or looking for your next new home, we will be there every step of the way!