Have you heard of iBuyers before?

It’s a relatively new thing in the real estate industry — massive companies like Zillow, Redfin, and Opendoor will make you a cash offer on your home and purchase it in very little time (closing usually happens within 7-60 days after you accept their offer).

At first glance, this might seem really appealing.

But there are a few things you should know before selling your home through an iBuyer.

Here are our thoughts…

They’re Not Local — iBuyers like Zillow, Redfin, and Opendoor are not local to the Triad of NC… so even though they might have great software that analyzes different market, they’re not going to understand the nuances in price and appeal of various neighborhoods in High Point, Greensboro, Kernersville, or Winston Salem like a local company would. Something to keep in mind.

No Negotiation — Since iBuyers are purchasing many homes from many different places, they don’t have a negotiation process. They simply make you an offer and you either accept it or decline it. They make it very difficult to argue for a better offer or explain why your home is worth more.

Low Offer — Since iBuyers purchase properties sight-unseen, their offer is going to be much lower than market value (this is similar to how car lots purchase used cars at a heavily discounted price).

So it’s not for everyone. 😉

If you’d rather sell your home fast for cash to a company that has its roots in the Triad cities of NC and knows the local market well, give us a call at (336)234-2323! We can make you a fair cash offer within 48 hours and close in as little as two weeks. We’d be happy to tell you more about our process!

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