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Everything is bigger in Texas. Unfortunately, so is the sale process for homeowners who find themselves saddled with properties that are difficult to market. If you aren’t sure how to sell your property, it’s time to research the options you have available to you. Some reasons you may want to sell involve legal stipulations, and you’ll need to make sure you’re acting in accordance with Texas law.


You can sell your home on a whim, or you can sell your home as a solution to a pressing issue. Whatever your reason is, make sure you’re approaching the situation from a legally sound perspective.



If you have a highly desirable modern property located in a major city, your home will probably sell quickly on the traditional real estate market. Most homes in this category sell in less than 60 days, which is more than reasonable.

If you have two months to spare, it’s likely to be worthwhile to list with an agent. In reality, most homeowners will find that their properties don’t fit this description though.

Though 17.2% of listings sell at a price cut, homes are still selling. If you have a desirable home and don’t mind losing sale proceeds to realtor commission, you’re in luck. If your property isn’t ideal, you aren’t going to experience quite a success story.

Sell Through a Realtor


Texas is a very diverse state with a multitude of different communities, and this often causes a disparity in home values. The median value for Texas homes is $157,700. That number spans a broad range however. Corpus Christi, Lubbock, and El Paso comprise the lower end of the spectrum, with average values between $110,000 and $130,000.

The higher end of the spectrum sees Austin and Plano competing for the top spot, with average values between the upper $280,000’s and the lower $290,000’s.

Taking this wide disparity into account, a homeowner can expect to hand over anywhere between $6,600 and $17,500 to a real estate agent at the standard commission of 6%.

The reality is, Texas has one of the healthiest real estate markets in the country. Homes are listed for an average of 52 days before being sold. It’s hard to beat that statistic in other regions of the USA.

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For Sale by Owner


If your home will be harder to sell, you can expect to take down a few price cuts. In order to maximize proceeds, you might decide to eliminate real estate commission via selling your home by owner.

Though this may seem tempting, it may not be worth the hassle. On top of the price cuts you’ll likely need to make, you’ll also have to pay out of pocket to prepare, list, and market your home. At the end of the day, it may be less expensive to work with a real estate agent.

If you’ve attempted to work with a real estate agent before, your house is in dire need of repairs or renovations, or you require an expedited sale, there’s always the option of turning to a home investor.

Home investors aren’t dissuaded by variables that put off a lot of buyers. Things like structural defects, code violations, or bad neighborhoods aren’t likely to impact their decision to sell. They’re essentially renovators, so they actually prefer a home that can be used as a blank slate.


Homes that are hard to sell will sit on the traditional market for a while, taking numerous price cuts and possibly relisting several times before finding a buyer. In the end, not only are you getting much less than you expected, but you’ve also spent money maintaining the home, as well as making mortgage and utility payments. This can add insult to injury, and some homeowners don’t have the time to wait around.

If your situation is urgent and your property is less than luxurious, home investors provide you with the quickest way to sell your home. They’ll buy up any property in any condition, and they’re willing to work within time constraints that may be imposed by court processes like foreclosure or asset liquidation.

They won’t offer full market value for a home, but chances are slim that you’d receive full value no matter how you sell. Real estate agents take commission, by owner homes often sell for 25% less than what a realtor would fetch, and damaged properties cannot command full market value anyway. If you’re itching to get the property off of your hands, this is always your best option.


Real estate scams pop up all over the place, and Texas is no exception. All home investment businesses need to make a profit, but some have been known to swindle unsuspecting homeowners in their journey to fill their bank accounts. Being aware of how the process works can help you spot shady investors before they put you in a vulnerable position.

You want to work with an investor that utilizes transparency, and is available to answer any questions you have about the process. An investor’s offer will always be below market value, and a reputable investor will be able to tell you how they drew up that figure. They’ll want to purchase your home outright, update and repair the property, and sell or rent the finished product.

Reliable investors will never offer to purchase your home and allow you to live there. This is a scam to purchase the property and price you out through charging you rent that is substantially higher than the mortgage you already couldn’t afford. Be wary of any investors who aren’t willing to go over paperwork with you to explain the small details. Investors will never ask you to sign documents in private, or give you the runaround when you question the legality of the process.

Always read an investors reviews and testimonials before you proceed with the transaction, and don’t sign anything until you’re sure you know what you’re getting yourself into. If you’ve had a bad experience with an investor who you believe is running a scam, you can contact the Texas Real Estate Commission with the details.


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To repair or not to repair: that is the question. If your home has seen better days, buyers will be able to tell when they tour your property. Serious defects are very off-putting to buyer, as the majority of them would prefer a home that’s move-in ready.  Read more

Working with a legitimate Investor

Home Buyers USA is a home investment team comprised of experienced individuals who are very knowledgeable in the business of home investment. Selling a home is always stressful, even under the best of circumstances. If you’ve found yourself experiencing financial hardship, a pressing urgency to move, or a legal matter that requires you to sell your home, this amplifies the stress level.

In our years of experience, we’ve helped plenty of homeowners just like you sell their homes quickly. We try to make the process as simple as possible, and we’re prepared to answer any questions you may have about the home investment process.

Contact us as soon as you need us. Provide us with a brief outline of your situation and some basic details about your home. One of our experts will get back to you as soon as possible with a cash offer on your home.




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