September 3


Selling Home to Investor vs Traditional Sale?

By Mike Nelson

September 3, 2020

Are you ready to sell your home in the Bay Area?

Coveway Properties is ready to make you a cash offer today on your home!

The process of selling your home to an investor vs a traditional sale is similar, but with a few big differences. Selling your home the traditional way involves making any and all repairs and upgrades yourself, hiring a real estate professional to market your home and help find potential buyers, then waiting and hoping for the buyers to acquire financing.

The fees associated with a traditional home sale can be upwards of $20,000 once all closing costs, realtor fees and necessary repairs are done. There is a better way - don’t waste time and money trying to sell your home the old fashioned way. 

Let our experts come out and take the time to find the best solution possible to your real estate problem!

Selling your home to an investor in the Bay Area can be a much faster and smoother process!

What are some of the benefits of working with a home investor vs selling your home the traditional way?

  1. Saving $ on closing costs and other fees
  2. The time frame is much faster! We can complete the deal and close on the property in as little as 5 days
  3. No need to wait on home buyers mortgage loan to be approved - we have the cash available!
  4. No need to pay any money upfront to get a deal. You won’t have to make any costly repairs or upgrades needed to compete with other homes in your area

Considering selling your Bay Area home?

If you have been considering selling your property for any reason and want a stress free experience then call Coveway Properties at 925-667-5395.

Let us come out, understand your situation and make you a fair cash price offer on your home.

Want to know how much your home in the Bay Area is worth?

Mike Nelson

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