How does the "WE BUY HOUSES" concept work?

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How does the "WE BUY HOUSES" concept work?

Most of you want to first know how the "WE BUY HOUSES" concept works.   You'll be happy to know there are no "smoke and mirrors" at NJ Homes Unlimited.  

Just read the following:

Q:  Why should I sell my home to you instead of listing it with a realtor?
A:  GOOD question!   There are several advantages:  

1.  I don't care about your housekeeping.  You don't have to clean your house or even put your clothes away.  Just leave everything put.  That's not the part I'm looking for. 
2.  You don't have to make any repairs to your home to make it attractive or marketable to me.  99% of the homes we buy need at least some sort of work - dirt and disrepair won't discourage me at all. We don't care. We've seen worse.  Leave everything "as is" and just send us an email or give us a call!
3.  It's a FAST sale!  We can usually remove the financial burden of your home in about 10 to 14 days.  (Very handy in foreclosure or distressed situations).
4.  It's a "For sure" sale.   When you list a home with a realtor, you're just one of many homes that your realtor has for sale.  You hope they sell your home quickly, but you never know.   It's an open-ended deal.  Maybe they will - maybe they won't.  With me, we can make a decision quickly to purchase your home and it's over in about 10 days.   No waiting.  No hoping.  It's a done deal.
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Q:  How much will you give me for my home?
A:  Each home purchase is unique.  We try to find out the end goals of each homeowner, and work our deal to try and meet those goals as closely as I can.
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Q;  Well, money and a fast sale are my goals.  How do I know if I even have a deal you'd be interested in?
If you've lived in your home over 5 years, or if you purchased your home originally at under-market prices, or if your neighborhood has experienced a fast rate of appreciation in recent years, we should talk - we might just have a deal.  Let's get started. Send me an email with 4 things:  1.  The property address  2.   Your name  3.  Your particular situation (why you need to sell). 4.   How much you need to get for your home (if you know).  I'll get back with you within 24 hours.  Email me now.

Q:  Won't I make more money if I sell it through a realtor?
A:  Not necessarily.   The costs associated with trying to sell your home at fair market prices through a realtor add up quickly. And when you consider the extra hassle of keeping your home in "show condition" for an extended period of time while you try to sell, plus the open-endedness of the deal itself, it may not be worth it.  Let's take a look:

Even though some realtors may give you a break on their commission if they sell your home personally, let another realtor sell it and you can count on at least 7% because they now have to split the commission with someone else. 

Also, we have what is known as a "Buyer's Market" right now, meaning that there are a lot of homes on the market at very attractive prices.  So, if you hope for a quick sale, you need to make your deal more attractive than the next guy by offering to pay closing costs.  Your realtor will most likely suggest you do so.  This means you can add another 3% on average to your expenses.  (I, on the other hand, always pay all closing costs on the homes I buy, by the way).  So, add the 7% commission plus 3% closing costs together, now the net
profit is reduced by 10% right off the top.  So, a $130,000.00 sale drops to $117,000 right up front when you deduct commission and closing cost expenses.   And that's if your home is in "move in" condition. If not, you'll end up deducting more from your net profit.

In this "Buyer's Market", your home needs to be free of flaws and maintenance issues to hope for a quick sale at fair market prices.   How much "curb appeal" your home takes will depend on your particular home, but take it from someone who does this for a living - it's ALWAYS more than you think.    If your home is in pretty good condition, you may only have to spend 5% or so - but if it needs a little work it could easily be more. 

So, will you come out better by selling your home through a realtor?  After you deduct the 7% commission, plus 3% closing costs, plus whatever $$$$ for "curb appeal" and repairs in hope that your home sells in a reasonable amount of time, plus add the fact that you may wait months on a sale and never even know if it WILL sell, while you pay one mortgage note after another; I think you are getting the picture.  Sometimes selling your home for a good price to someone like myself who can do a 15 minute walk-through and say "Sure, I'll buy it" starts to sound like an acceptable plan, if so, Email me now and let's take a look!

Email me NOW at: trisha@njhu.com