Avoid Commissions & Fees When Selling Your House To Quick Fix Real Estate LLC.
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Are you saying, “I need to sell my house fast but I am not sure the best option for me?”
You can get your house sold quickly to North Carolina‘s most respected “we buy houses” company with a hassle-free offer and close in 5 days!
That’s right in 5 days, you can skip the hassle of selling your house and celebrate with your cash at Kings Dining.
Avoid the hassles and costs of dealing with an agent:
- With an agent you’ll end up paying 6% (thousands of dollars) of the sales price for agent fees
- When listing it, you’ll end up paying 4% of the sales price to closing costs
- The market demands move-in-ready homes, so be prepared to spend a pretty dollar to fix up your house ($5,000-$15,000)
- When listing, you can end up spending 6 months of time waiting and hoping for a buyer to come in
At Quick Fix Real Estate LLC, we specialize in educating homeowners so they know about their full range of choices, and we even provide you with the tools and strategies to help you decide which option is best for you.
In fact, you have 3 options when selling your house. Knowing your options can keep a ton of cash in your pocket and make moving out of your house in a short amount of time… a reality.
The 3 Ways To Sell Your House In Raleigh
The average homeowner thinks that selling with an agent is the only option… but there are actually 3 ways to sell your home.
#1 Sell your house in Raleigh through a real estate agent (“the traditional way”)
This is the traditional way to sell your home inRaleigh, and it’s been around for decades. This method is right for homeowners who don’t mind spending money on repairs, who don’t mind waiting to sell their house, who want to see if they can get a slightly higher price in the market, and who do don’t mind paying agent commissions.
This is the traditional process that has been around for a while. It works for many homeowners, although some homeowners realized that they could bypass the agent’s fees by listing and selling their house without an agent. And so the second method was born…
See how we compare on price to a real estate agent. Get a no obligation quote on what we can offer for your house.
#2 Sell your house in Raleigh by yourself (“the FSBO way”)
In this method, a lot of the similar activities are done (as above), with one exception: YOU sell the property yourself, without the help of an agent. That’s why this is sometimes called the “For Sale By Owner” (FSBO) method. You’ll still renovate the property and clean it up. Potential buyers will still walk through the house (with you instead of an agent). You’ll need to negotiate the sale of the house. You save on the commissions that you’d normally pay an agent (although be aware: there are often still listing fees and advertising fees that will need to be paid even if you don’t work with an agent).
This method has gained popularity in recent years among people who want to save money by selling without an agent, and who don’t mind spending money on repairs or doing a lot of the agent’s listing/showing work themselves. However, there is yet a third way that is also increasingly popular among people who don’t even want to do the costly renovations or pay the listing fees…
See how much time and money we can save you. Get a no obligation quote on what we can offer for your house.
#3 “Sell my house fast in Raleigh” to a home buying firm (“the fast cash way”)
In this method, you can by-pass the entire listing process, the hassle, the time, and the money by simply selling your house in North Carolina directly to a professional home buying firm.
- No repairs
- No renovations
- No remodeling
- No clean-up
- No waiting for buyers to view the house.
- No waiting to see if buyers can get financing.
- No commissions OR fees — because the house is not listed and we don’t charge a thing
This method is ideal for homeowners who don’t want to spend money up-front on repairs, who don’t want to wait during the listing/showing process, and who don’t want to pay any fees or commissions. These homeowners also prefer not to gamble on the possibility of getting a slightly higher selling price, and instead get the certainty of knowing exactly how much cash they’ll receive for their property.
We are investors who can help you sell your house in Raleigh. Of course our service isn’t for everyone. Our cash offers are no obligation and no hassle, so even if you decide to go the traditional route you should know all your options and get a fair all cash offer. Then you can take that price into consideration when spending money on upgrading your house and the real estate agents commissions.
Don’t pay fees. Keep all the cash in your pocket and don’t fix a thing on your house. Get a no obligation quote on what we can offer for your house.
Ready to quickly sell your house without repairs or fees?
Simply fill out the form below and let us get to work on preparing a fair all cash offer. We will take a look at your property, come and meet with you and discuss your options. If you’d like to know a little more about how the whole process works, head on over to our how it works page. If you still have questions we would be happy to discuss them. Just fill out the form and know all your options when selling your house in Raleigh.
Raleigh, North Carolina is the capital of North Carolina and located within Wake County. After Charlotte, it is the second largest city in the State of North Carolina. Raleigh is known for its many oak trees that line the streets of the city and is often called the “City of Oaks.”
The towns of Cary, Morrisville, Garner, Clayton, Wake Forest, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Knightdale, Wendell, Zebulon, and Rolesville are some of Raleigh’s primary nearby suburbs and satellite towns.
Raleigh is home to many cultural, educational, and historical sites including Duke Energy Center of the Performing Arts and Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek. North Carolina State University and Wake Technical Community College also reside within Raleigh, North Carolina.