Can You Trust Professional Homebuyers?

You’re thinking of selling your house to a professional homebuyer – someone who will buy your house as-is for cash and close within just a few weeks… 

But how do you know you can TRUST the person or company you choose? 

Here are some red flags to watch out for… 

1. They Don’t Follow Through — If the professional buyer says they’re going to call you tomorrow… and they don’t call, or they say they’re going to show up at a certain time… and they don’t show up, that’s a scary indicator of things to come. A good professional buyer will do what they say they’re going to do, even with the little things. 

2. They Don’t Use a Title Company or Attorney — If the professional buyer is promising to close in less time than is even possible for title work to be done (“We close in 48 hours!”) or they do their own title work in-house, ask to speak with some people who’ve worked with the company in the past to make sure they aren’t trying to pull a fast one. We do not recommend purchasing or selling via a Quit Claim Deed. 

3. They Are Pressuring You To Sell NOW — A trustworthy professional homebuyer will never pressure you to sell your house right away. It shouldn’t make any difference to their business WHEN you decide to sell, so be careful of buyers who say “I can only buy one house” or “I have other people waiting.” 

If you have any more questions about how you can sell your house as-is for cash and close when YOU want, give us a call and we’d be happy to help you out — (813)324-3131

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