FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Thinking of selling your home with us? If so, it’s normal to have questions about the process. Therefore, we’ve put together a list of questions that we get asked often.
If you don’t find the answer you are looking for here, don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly.
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Question 1: How can I get the most money for my house?
In most cases, to maximize the selling price of a house, fixing it up to excellent condition will be necessary. Depending on the condition of your home, this could mean light touch-ups or complete gut renovations.
However, fixing up your home will cost you time and money. For example, completely remodeling a 3-bedroom house can cost anywhere between $20,000 to $100,000 or between $15 to $60 per square foot typically. While remodeling a kitchen costs $25,000 on average, a bathroom renovation can be around $10,000. If you need a total gut to the studs and remodel the home expect to pay $100,000 to $200,000.
Not to mention that during the months of the renovation you will need to pay your mortgage, taxes, home insurance, HOA fees, etc. If you don’t have the time and money for renovations, it may be in your best interest to sell your house as-is to a local cash buyer, like us.
Question 2: How do I sell my house quickly?
We can close in less than 30 days! This is much quicker than it would take to sell your home the traditional way with an agent. Since we buy your home directly, you won’t have to waste time with renovations, staging, marketing, open houses, showings, etc.
You won’t even have to wait for offers or deal with confusing contracts from agents. We buy from you directly and quickly with a cash offer on a timeline that works best for you. Therefore, selling your home to a professional home buying company is by far the fastest way to sell your house.
Question 3: When you sell your house do you keep the money?
One of the benefits of selling to us is that we give you an all cash offer. This means that you pay zero closing costs or real estate agent fees. The total sale price will go right in your pocket minus the amount required to pay off your mortgage, if you have one.
This is very different from the traditional method of selling your home where you typically pay thousands of dollars in real estate agent commissions and closing costs. You can use the money you saved to spend on relocating to your new home. This is just another reason why selling your home to a cash buyer in Arkansas might be the right choice for you.
Question 4: How do I sell my house?
Two ways to sell your house include selling with a real estate agent or selling to a cash buyer. Selling with a real estate agent means that you will list your property with a real estate agent who will market the home and hopefully find you a buyer. However, the downside of listing with a real estate agent that oftentimes you must complete some renovations before listing. Furthermore, it can take a lot longer to sell a house with a real estate agent. Finally, real estate agents charge fees for their service which can cost you thousands of dollars.
Laws vary state by state. There are different rules and regulations surrounding real estate transactions. If you wanted to sell your house in Oklahoma, for example, the laws and processes would be different than selling your home in Arkansas.
Question 5: What makes a house harder to sell?
There are certain factors that make homes more difficult to sell. First of all, homes that need a lot of repairs can make it difficult, if not impossible, to sell the traditional way. Houses that have legal issues tied to them, such as code or zoning violations will make the home much more difficult to sell on the open market.
This is why we offer a faster and easier solution to homeowners in unique situations. We buy houses in any and all condition. We even buy homes that have tricky legal issues surrounding them. If that sounds like you, your easiest option will be to sell your to an as-is to a cash home buyer, like us.
Question 6: What should you not fix when selling a house?
When selling on the traditional market, you’ll need to fix any major issues, like electrical, plumbing, foundation, and roof damage. You’ll also want to give your house at least a minor cosmetic update, inside and out. A word of caution: more updates does not necessarily mean more money in your pocket. A bigger sale price yes, but take into account the costs of repairs and delaying the sale to make them.
The good news is that you don’t need to make a single repair to your house when you sell with us. It is important to decide if you have the time and money to fix up your house, or if you should sell your house for cash to a local homebuyer.
Question 7: Do homes sell faster with a realtor?
Realtors have to list, market, show, and wait on offers before even starting the closing process. This means that it is much slower to sell a house with a realtor.
Selling with us means an all cash offer. Cash offers have fewer contingencies and are able to close faster and more efficiently. We can usually close on your house in less than 30 days. Not only are we fast, but the transaction can be done at a time that is convenient for you. Selling your house for cash is the fastest way to get money in your pocket!
Question 8: Can you sell a house that you have a mortgage on?
Absolutely! Anything outside your mortgage payoff is cash in your pocket. This means that if you sell your home to us for $100,000 and you have a mortgage balance of $20,000 you would receive a check for $80,000. We don’t charge any hidden fees.
Selling with us means no realtor commissions, no closing costs, and no surprises. We would be more than happy to discuss this with you and help you decide if we’re the right fit for you. Each and every home and homeowner are different, and we try to personalize the selling experience for each person we work with.
Question 9: What happens when you sell a house that isn't paid off?
We buy houses that aren’t paid off all the time. The process is straightforward, we use a local, reputable title company that will handle the entire process. The portion you owe on your mortgage will be deducted from the total sales price and used to pay off the loan directly.
The remaining amount of money will go home with you. You will no longer owe any money on your home, and you will have all of your home’s equity right in your pocket. Give us a call today, and sell your house for cash for a fair market offer in less than 30 days!
Question 10: Why isn't my home selling?
There could be many reasons why your house isn’t selling. One common reason is that it might need too much work. Luckily we can help you with that! We buy homes in any and all conditions, no repairs needed.
Another possible reason why your home isn’t selling quickly is that it might be in a location that is undesirable to the average home buyer.
Neither of these things is an issue for a cash home buyer! We buy all types of homes, even ones that most people would never consider buying themselves. If you have tried selling your home the traditional way and it isn’t working, consider selling to Wincore Homes. We’ll make it easy for ya!
Selling Your House Can Be A Quick And Simple Process
WinCore Homes buys houses in and around Little Rock. We’re not listing your house… we’re actually the ones buying your house. Because we pay cash, we’re able to close quickly… or on your schedule. Like we’ve mentioned, when you work with us there are no fees… like there are when you list your house with an agent. What this means to you is you don’t have to worry about extra costs, having to come out of pocket to sell your house fast, or even getting your house ready for a sale (we’ll buy your house as-is).
Don’t worry about repairing or cleaning up your property. We’ll buy your house in as-is condition… no matter how ugly or pretty it is… no matter the location.
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