How It Works
4 Easy Steps to Get Cash for Your Home
Selling your home using traditional channels is a long, drawn-out process that often comes with stress and frustration — and that’s when all runs smoothly. Unforeseen challenges and hiccups such as offers that fall through or inspections that reveal substantial, necessary repairs can throw a major wrench into things, leaving the homeowner, buyers, and real estate agents on both sides of the transaction disappointed and exhausted.
At We Buy Houses Cincinnati, we set out to change everything about the process of selling homes, and we’ve succeeded. We use a clear, matter-of-fact four-step method to buy your Cincinnati home for cash. Regardless of your reason for selling, your property’s condition, or whether or not it’s in foreclosure, We Buy Houses Cincinnati will purchase your home outright using these four simple steps. There are no fees to work with us, and you don’t have to deal with waiting around for traditional financing or home inspections. We really are cash home buyers, and what you see is what you get.
Step 1: Contact Us With the House You Need to Sell
The first step in selling your home for cash is simply letting us know you want to. Using our super-simple, four-question contact form, tell us you’re interested in selling your house in Southwest Ohio or Northern Kentucky. There’s no obligation, and all you need to give us initially is your name and the property address. Assuming we receive your information during normal business hours, someone from the We Buy Houses Cincinnati team will call you within minutes. We’ll get a bit more information on your home and explain the next steps in our no-nonsense process to help you sell your home as quickly as possible — for cash.
Step 2: Schedule a Walkthrough
When we contact you to get more information about your property, we’ll schedule a time to come out and have a good look at it. We understand that your primary goal is to get cash in hand for your home as quickly as possible, and in many cases, we can make appointments within 24 hours. Our inspection will involve thoroughly assessing your home’s overall condition and any necessary repairs or other issues, as well as other factors such as the current market value of other houses in the neighborhood. Rest assured that We Buy Houses will make a fair offer on your home regardless of its condition. We mean it when we say we’re as-is cash home buyers.
Step 3: Receive a Cash Offer for Your Home
After we’ve completed our walkthrough of your property, We Buy Houses Cincinnati will prepare a fair cash offer. In doing so, we take into consideration a number of factors, including your home’s condition, necessary repairs, and the fair market value of other homes in the area. What you see is what you get, meaning the offer we present to you will not have any fine print, and there won’t be any closing costs, commissions, or other fees. The price you see for your Cincinnati home is exactly what you will get to walk away with.
Step 4: Sell Immediately or Whenever You’re Ready
Once you receive our fair cash offer to purchase your home outright, you have a few choices. You can accept it immediately and receive cash within a matter of days, or you can take up to 30 days to consider the offer. Once you accept our offer, we’ll schedule one last meeting to finalize all the closing paperwork and get you your cash. Remember, you’re under no obligation to sell your house to We Buy Houses Cincinnati, and there’s no pressure, so if you don’t agree to our offer, you can also choose to simply walk away from it. If you do move forward and sell your home to us, we transfer cash right away, and it typically will be in your bank account within one week of finalizing the documents.
When you’re ready to sell your house fast and for cash, there is no better partner to work with than We Buy Houses Cincinnati. It takes just a minute to get started, so give us a call or contact us today to see how much cash you can get for your property! We buy houses in Cincinnati, Ohio and in several surrounding cities throughout Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky.