Selling Your Home Directly vs. Working With An Agent
There are differences between selling with an agent and selling your home directly.
You have options when selling your Utah house. Every homeowner we work with has their own unique situation they are dealing with. We aim to provide you with ALL your options so you can make a smart, well-informed decision about selling your home. We will work with you to find creative solutions to reach your real estate goals. Before you jump into a listing, dive into the details below to compare two possible options.
|Hiring An Agent||A Direct Sale to|
|Commissions:||Expect to pay out about 6% of your final sale price to your agent||$0 – We don’t charge any commissions or fees|
|Who Pays Closing?||You should allocate about 2% of your final sale price to go toward closing costs||$0 – We pay 100% of the closing costs|
|Inspection & Financing Contingency*:||Yes, and be prepared as about 15% of sales fall through||No – We pay cash and do not require financing|
|Appraisal Required?||If your buyer is using financing, the lender will require an appraisal before signing off on the loan||No – We make cash offers|
|Average Days Until Closing:||About 60 days. However, it could take months – there are no guarantees||7. We can close fast, and always on the day that works best for you|
|Number of Showings:||Unknown||Only 1 – Us|
|Closing Date:||About 1-2 months after you accept an offer. (You are responsible for insurance, taxes, and utilities up until the day of closing.)||Any day YOU CHOOSE|
|Who Pays For Repairs?||This will be negotiated between you and the buyer||We Do|
Plug in YOUR Numbers, and Make the Decision That is Right For You!
Listing your home could bring in a higher sale price, but there are no guarantees. After you factor in all of the costs and the wasted time, you might realize a direct sale is the best option for your situation. We want to help you make the best decision possible… whatever that decision may be.
We can’t offer full retail price, but we can offer numerous benefits a direct sale can’t…
A personalized experience with unique solutions for your situation
We put our sellers first. The deal has to work for you before it works for us. That means we can help you with all logistics and basically anything you need to make the transition run smoothly. We will always go the extra mile to make everything easy and stress-free.
No out of pocket expenses – from commissions to closing costs to repairs, you won’t pay a dime
We buy your home exactly how it is. You will not have to clean up, pay for repairs or make any upgrades in order to sell. We are not agents, so we will not charge any commissions, and there are never any fees when you work with us. What we offer you is what you get.
A REAL offer with a fast close
Just because we close quickly, doesn’t mean we won’t offer you a great price. A fast sale will save you money by ending your obligation to pay utility, insurance, and tax bills. When you list your home, you will be responsible for those costs for an undetermined amount of time. It could be months, which could add up to thousands of dollars.
Selling the traditional way can be the right choice for some people. However, others appreciate our logistical solutions, which save time money and allow you to quickly sell a house you no longer wish to own. Give us a call now to find out if it’s the right choice for you. There is never any hassle or obligation. (801) 383-2233
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*An inspection contingency allows the buyer time for an inspection and the ability to back out of the sale or renegotiate if there are repairs needed. Similarly, a financing contingency allows the buyer to cancel the purchase if they can’t secure financing or if the home doesn’t appraise for the value that the bank needs to close the loan.