Do you need to Sell your Atlanta Georgia House Fast for CASH?

We Buy Houses in Atlanta GA

We Offer Cash For Your Atlanta House Fast. Here’s How…

By skipping the middle man (individuals, banks, inspectors, etc.) and by basically paying cash we can through and through uncomplicate things. We can truly make buying your home straightforward  and hassle-free.

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Cash for your house? HERE’S HOW…

Selling Your House Can Be A Quick And Simple Process

Sell Your House The Easy Way.

We will be your guide, helping you through the entire cycle of getting your no-obligation to-recognize, all-cash offer started. Do whatever it takes not to push, it is all free with no cost included and with no obligation to accept any offer we make you. If you decide that you need to talk with a team member don’t hesitate for a second to call us at our direct line at 470-369-5727.

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Cash for your house? THE DETAILS…

You want to quickly sell your house for cash, right?
… And Still Desire A Great Offer!



How We Make Our Proposal To Purchase Your Atlanta GA House

It’s In Our Best Interest To Give You Our Highest Possible Offer. 

We Buy Houses In Atlanta GA remains in business by getting offers acknowledged, and the best way to do that is to give offers you’ll be content with! We genuinely put forth a heroic effort to give you the most noteworthy conceivable offer we can give. You now see why our reviews are so fantastic. 🙂

Our Offers Are Based On Your Home’s “After Repair Market Value”!

This basically suggests, we take a decent assessment of what your house would be, completely fixed. After this, we will design your offer!

How Exactly?

What Do We Know Now?

In light of everything, we realize, that if we attempt to resell your home, carrying the house in similar condition as your neighbor’s home, we would likewise have the option to sell it for $180K. 

So,

We understand the market assessment of your house if we set it up (for the present circumstance $180K), and we know the cost of fixes/redesigns. We would now have the option to make an offer that works for us. If this offer works for you also, you will get your money offer at shutting. s you can see, we make offers dependent available numbers, not founded on how urgent you might possibly be to sell.

The Offer:

All you math lovers out there, will appreciate this section. We value honesty and transparency. We have no issues sharing with you how exactly we formulate our offers.

[Your Offer] = [After Repair Value] – [Cost Of Repairs] – [Our Selling Costs] – [Our Minimum Profit]

But in order for you to understand this we need to define some terms.

After Repair Value (ARV): This is what the market value of your house will be AFTER we buy and renovate the house. Yup we are just like your favorite HGTV flipping show.

Cost Of Repairs (COR): This is what our cost will be fixing/updating the house AFTER we purchase it from you.

Our Selling Costs: Although we buy houses without involving agents, we on the other hand, have to use an agent to sell that house again AFTER we have purchased it from you and fixed it up. So we have to pay agent fees, closing costs, taxes, holding costs etc. These are all the fees you do NOT have to pay, if you sell your house directly to us ;). This is usually 10% all together of selling price. (Our Selling Cost = 10% x ARV)

Our Minimum Profit: Yeah, this IS a business after all, and we wouldn’t be able to stay in business, buy more houses, pay contractors, plumbers etc, if we didn’t make some sort of profit. However, we keep this to an absolute minimum so we can present you with the highest possible offer. See, our business model is structured around making many deals with a little profit per deal, and not a few deals with a huge profit per deal. This benefits all.

English Please!!

So what does this formula mean in plain English? Simply this:

The market value of the house (after we fix it up), minus ALL our costs fixing it up (including our profits), will be the offer. How simple is THAT! Congrats, now you are an expert at this! But want to be sure you understand it?

Cash for your house? CASE STUDY…

Let’s take an actual house we recently bought and share with you how it happened.

Let’s say this is your house in its current condition:

We Buy Houses in Atlanta GA

Not bad right? OK it could use a bit of sweet tender loving but not too shabby. It is just outdated…

Now remember, your neighbor with the exact same house as yours? He got a new roof, updated the kitchen and bathrooms, put granite in, removed carpets and put in hardwood flooring? Well, this is what his house looks like after he did the changes:

Updated House - We Buy Houses in Atlanta GA

Well, no wonder he sold it for $180K, it is gorgeous! WOW!

In order for us to also be able to sell your house (well, our house after we buy it from you) for $180K, we need to bring your house to the same condition as the house of your neighbor, or better, so that we can also sell it for $180K!

Why?

Because we will not be able to sell the house in this current state for $180K when all the other houses that are currently for sale in your area look as gorgeous as your neighbor’s. Would you as a buyer be interested in buying a house in lesser condition for $180K when a much nicer house sells for the same price? No, of course not!

So an obvious next question you’d ask, would be:

OK, if the house after it is completely fixed and updated would sell for $300K, for how much would it sell as is?

We would come in, with our contractor and if we can, our agent. (We bring our contractor and our agent to the walkthrough, so that our agent tells our contractor what needs to be fixed (as he/she knows what buyers are currently looking for) and what does not need to be fixed (to save on the cost of repairs)).

Our agent: tells us, that we need granite countertops, because the neighbor across the fence that sold his house for $180, also has granite, as well as hardwood floors, removing wallpaper, installing new appliances etc.

Our contractor: gives us an accurate COR (Cost Of Repairs).  See, we know exactly what we will do to the house the second we are done with the walk-through and we have already completed the flip in our imagination and we know exactly what all the numbers will look like.

The more accurate these numbers the more accurate (and the higher) your offer will be! Let’s say our contractor gives us a cost of repairs of $40K.

Now We Are Ready To Make You An offer!

Here are the numbers:

[Your Offer] = [ARV] – [COR] – [Our Selling Costs] – [Our Minimum Profit]
Your Offer = $180K – $40K – $18K – $20 = $102K
Your Offer = $102K

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Estimate Offer

So, the house is worth $115K as is,  meaning if you listed it with an agent you could sell it for $115K. Yet after 6% agent fees and closing costs you would probably get about $108K for it, after it will be on the market for 4? 5? months! And no one can guarantee the house will actually sell.

So now you have to make a decision.

Sell it for a guaranteed sale for $102K in as little as 10-20 days, or a “maybe sale” for $108K hopefully within 4 to 5 months.

~Decisions, decisions..


HOLD ON!!!

What If The Cost Of Repairs Was $30K Instead Of $70K?


Now things get interesting! Now the offer becomes:

As-Is Value = $115K
ARV (After Repair Value) = $180K
COR (Cost Of Repairs) = $20K
Our Selling Cost = 10% x $180K = $18K
Let’s say Our Minimum Profit For This Purchase = $20K

[Your Offer] = [After Repair Value] – [Cost Of Repairs] – [Our Selling Costs] – [Our Minimum Profit]
Your Offer = $180K – $20K -$18K – $20K = $122K

Yup! That is $7,000.00 MORE than what the house is currently worth, and almost $14K more than what you would get if you had listed it with an agent (remember that you would only get $108K after all listing and agent fees).  Again, our offers are based on the numbers, not on how desperate you are to sell.

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What Makes Our Offers Better.

Yes, we are aware of this. Everyone agrees. But we’ll improve. We’ll demonstrate why this is accurate, or at least we’ll make an effort to do so. We base our offers on the worth of your home as if it were entirely renovated and modernized, which is why they are so great. Yes, we calculate the value of your home given a thorough renovation. The cost of repairing or modernizing your home is then taken into account.

Secondly,

This is where the expense of repairs enters the picture, you see. As previously stated utilizing our equation above, if we can keep the cost of repairs down, we can obviously give you more cash for your GA home. So, in order to avoid paying expensive contractors to complete everything, we attempt to perform as much work ourselves. Wow, what kind people we are!

Since we buy so many houses at once, we obviously can’t always do this, but we do our best to keep contractor numbers as low as we can to give you the best cash offer for your property in Georgia.

Why do we make a special effort to make you the best offer possible? Well, think about it! If we can offer you more than what our competitors can, you’ll sell to us. That’s what we also desire. When there are more homes, we can finish our task more quickly.


You can find more info here on how we work our offers!

Here Are A Few Questions Frequently Asked:

How Do You Sell A House By Owner (FSBO)?

Selling your house yourself is doable. It takes a lot of work and research but it is absolutely doable.

  • First you need a strong comprehension of your market.
  • Discover how much the house is worth with no guarantees. Don’t simply think your home is worth much more because you like it! Sellers often think their house is a lot more worth because “it is prettier than my neighbors”.
  • Pay for a flat fee to list the property on the MLS.
  • Learn how to effectively market the property.
  • Learn how to negotiate effectively
  • Ensure you know the laws connected to real estate transactions in your area!

Will There Be Any Closing Costs When Selling By Owner?

Yes, there will be expenses associated if you sell your house yourself. Lawyer charges, closing costs, holding costs, title insurance, escrow expenses, and more of the house for as long as you own it. As you are selling it yourself anyway, there won’t be any real estate agent fees. The other expenses however still are noteworthy.

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