Frequently Asked Questions
You may have some questions about who we are, whom we serve, and how our process works. Here are in-depth answers to some common questions about Cash Home Buyers selling your home for cash. If you still have questions, we are ready with answers.
If you are under threat of foreclosure because of late mortgage payments or property taxes that you can no longer afford, we can make a cash offer for your home on the spot so that you will be able to sell it before the bank takes possession.
Cash Home Buyers knows how much work it is to sell a house, along with the time and expenses involved. We will make you a cash offer on the spot for your home with no obligation to accept on your part.
A traditional realtor will charge you a commission for listing your home, typically about 6 percent of the sales price plus closing costs. With Big Easy Buyers, there are no financing contingencies or closing costs involved. Also, major home repairs may need to be completed prior to putting your house on the market, which can cost you a great amount of time and money. With Big Easy Buyers, we purchase your house as-is. Finally, selling your home with the assistance of a traditional realtor takes an average of 65 days, according to Realtor.com. Big Easy Buyers will make you a cash offer on the spot, and for most sellers, we close within 30 days.
We make a cash offer for every home we see at our initial meeting and walk-through. You’ll have complete freedom to reject our offer if it doesn’t meet your needs or goals. We only move forward with closing if Cash Home Buyers and the owner agree on the terms of the offer.
No, there are never any fees or commissions involved when you sell your home to Cash Home Buyers. Just a cash offer on the spot. In rare cases, a seller may be responsible for paying other fees or taxes on the property – but nothing to Cash Home Buyers.
Yes! We help homeowners avoid losing their homes because of unpaid property taxes. Through our simple process, you can sell your home fast and resolve your tax delinquency issues.