Can We Sell the House Fast in Washington D.C?

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Snowy Winter
A snowy winter in Washington, D.C. – Washington Examiner

A friend of our family freaked when he heard the weatherman predicting flurries last week and the prospects for a winter as snowy as last year. He shook his head and said, “No more. I don’t want to slog through another Washington D.C winter. I don’t want to fight the traffic getting to work in the snow. I don’t want to feel the chill to my bones.” He called us and asked if it was possible to sell his house fast in Washington DC and be in some place warm and sunny before Christmas?

Can you sell your house fast in Washington D.C area?

Normally, you consult the tips about selling your house. They are time-consuming. They require choosing a realtor and choosing the right price for your house. The tips tell you to make the house look great from the curb, and move all of the personal things out of the house. The tips also suggest you stage the home for sale, which may be expensive. After doing all that is suggested, there’s no guarantee you won’t be here this winter. Deals can fall through for a number of reasons. Your friends will probably advise you to wait until spring.

There is a better way!

Try calling a real estate investor. It is quick! You can sell your house fast in Washington D.C normally in 30 days or less. That is much quicker than a traditional sale, which can take several months even if there are no major items that need to be repaired before closing. In most cases when an investor and a seller can agree on a price immediately, they can close as quickly as one to two weeks.

A real estate investor will buy as-is. Worrying about some repairs that you’ll need to fix based on an appraisal? An investor will estimate the repairs needed to restore your property and will purchase the property in whatever condition the property is currently in.

No Fees! A real estate investor doesn’t charge you a real estate commission, and may take care of any other nagging financial problems such as back taxes, code violations, or past due water and sewer bills.

A real estate investor is not going to pay you market price for your house. However, when you figure in realtor commissions of 5% to 6%, the time and cost to the investor of rehabbing your house, and your savings in time and hassle of showing a house through the holiday season, using a real estate investor is a great option.

Trusted Home Buyers is a real estate investor and not just for the “soon to be expats that can’t take another winter in Washington D.C. Trusted Home Buyers is here to help homeowners out of any kind of distressed situation. And we are good at it. We will give you the simple honest truth about your home and how we can help you sell it fast to resolve any situation.

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