Offer Hut: The New Homebuyers in North Carolina

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Listing your home can be a stressful and complicated process. Fortunately, there is a simpler, faster, and more convenient way to sell your home — that doesn’t involve the pitfalls of the traditional real estate process. Offer Hut, believes that selling your home for a fair price should be easy. 

If you’re looking to sell your home in North Carolina, Offer Hut could be the perfect solution. Put simply, Offer Hut buys homes for cash — making the sales process as straight-forward and stress-free as possible. Here are just some of the reasons why selling to a cash buyer is advantageous for sellers. 

What Are The Benefits of a Cash Buyer?

More money in your pocket: When you hire a real estate agent to sell your home, you should expect to pay around 6% of the sales price in commission — unfortunately, that’s not where the expenses end. Many sellers also don’t factor in the additional closing costs, such as title company and real estate attorney fees, plus the expense of getting your home ready for market. When you consider all of the additional costs of selling your home the traditional way, your total fees are often around 10% of the home’s sale price. 

In contrast, if you sell your home to Offerhut, not only will you avoid paying a real estate commission, but we also pay all closing costs — saving you thousands of dollars. 

A faster sale: If you need to sell your house fast, whether due to a job relocation or financial difficulties, a cash buyer is the easiest way to do it. According to Zillow, in North Carolina, as of Spring 2020, most homes spent an average of 89 days on the market. If you want a quick sale, consider selling your home to a cash buyer, rather than waiting for a buyer on the open market. If you sell your home to a cash buyer like Offerhut, you could receive your sale proceeds and close within just a couple of weeks! 

Convenience: Selling your home on the open market can be stressful. Not only do you have to show your home to multiple people and find a buyer, but in addition, if your buyer is financing their purchase, you also have to deal with potential financial setbacks from their lender. There are many reasons why a real estate deal might fall through, but it’s typically down to the lender rejecting the buyer’s loan. 

Fortunately, when you’re dealing with a cash buyer, you don’t have to worry about the lender’s loan underwriter killing your deal. Cash buyers are often more flexible than traditional buyers and are able to close on your schedule. This can help you avoid the stress of extending the closing day beyond the agreed date.

How Does It Work?

Offer Hut has made it their mission to provide quick and fair real estate solutions for homeowners across the country. With over thirty years of combined experience, they are able to offer sellers a simple, stress-free home-selling experience.

Here’s how the process works:

  • Request a no-obligation offer. If you’re thinking about selling your home but would like to know how much you’ll receive, the first step is to get a free no-obligation offer from the Offer Hut team. They will arrange to view your home so that they can determine a guaranteed fair price and present you with an offer within 24 hours. 
  • Think it over. Offer Hut buys your house as-is, and your offer is guaranteed, so you don’t need to worry about making any repairs or any unexpected expenses cropping up during the sales process. If you have any questions or would like more information before you accept our offer, you can reach out and speak to one of their knowledgeable team members. 
  • Choose your closing date. Offer Hut tries extremely hard to accommodate your closing date. If you have a specific date or circumstance that you need to meet, let them know so that they can work with you to make it happen!
  • Receive your cash. Offer Hut pays all closing costs, and you can receive your money directly into your bank account, so you don’t need to worry about a thing!
  • Celebrate!

If you’re a homeowner in North Carolina and want to sell your house fast, contact Offer Hut today for a free, no-obligation cash offer.

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