Investors pay less for homes, but they’ll buy homes in any condition. You don’t need a real estate agent to work with an investor, and there’s no reason to stage or advertise the property when you’re privately contacting someone who intends to renovate the properties they purchase. If your home is tied up in the court system, investors may be able to help you navigate the process through a short sale.
Investors don’t intend to live in your home. They intend to either resell the property or rent it out to new tenants. Investment is a business, and in order to keep that business running, investors need to turn a profit.
Selling your home to an investor will probably work out great for you if you live in Colorado. Since the market value for homes has gone up in many areas, an investor is going to offer you something closer to the original market value of your home. You won’t be taking a large personal loss.
Since investors pay cash for homes, you won’t have to worry about showing the home and vetting buyers. You don’t have to work with a team of people to complete the transaction or wait for closing the same way you would with a real estate agent.
Selling to an investor is also the fastest way to sell your property when you have repairs or code violations to contend with, as you don’t need to wait for construction to be completed before you can sell your home. The investor will handle that.
It also expedites the sale process if you’re experiencing significant financial difficulties or facing a foreclosure. It cuts the middle-man out of the process and takes you directly from the beginning to the end.