Jack Buys Austin Houses Announces Advantages Of Selling a House to a Real Estate Investor in Austin

August 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

The housing market in Austin has been on fire for quite some time. However, there are still properties sitting on the market for lengthy periods of time without obtaining any sound offers. Choosing to sell their property with Jack Buys Austin Houses rather than going the route of using a traditional real estate professional can be difficult. Jack Buys Austin Houses would like to make public that they offer several benefits over working with a conventional real estate broker. When working with real estate investors such as Jack Buys Austin Houses, the homeowner gets cash for their house in 7 days.

When taking this option, the property owner will not be faced with any type of commission expenses at all. Usually, when selling with a real estate agent, a property owner is typically looking at paying out commission fees of at least 6 percent to the selling agent. There is also another added 2 percent in closing costs that have to be paid by the seller. These fees are totally cut out when working with a company such as Jack Buys Austin Houses. There are not any type of charges associated and the offer that is generated is what the seller will receive. "We buy Austin homes quickly and in cash," says their business website.

Whenever a home is listed with a real estate agent, there is a possibility of a prospective deal falling through. Typically, about 15 percent of property deals fall through before they are closed. This can result in aggravation for the homeowner who is trying to sell their property and move on. There is also an appraisal needed when listing a property with a real estate agent, mixing in yet another expenditure that the homeowner is obligated to pay. When a homeowner sells their home to an investor like Jack Buys Austin Houses, there is no chance of the deal falling through and not additional costs to be paid out by the seller.

It generally takes about 91 days for a deal to close on a property. This can be a prolonged amount of time for a person looking to sell their house quickly. With Jack Buys Austin Houses, the deal is done in as little as 7 days. This furnishes the homeowner with the cash they need fast. Jack Buys Austin Houses' recently announced home selling services are perfect for those property owners who want fast cash for their properties. Interested homeowners can read more about their services at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/30118-jack-buys-austin-houses-makes-selling-a-house-a-hassle-free-experience-for-local-homeowners

From the point of contact by the seller, Jack Buys Austin Houses will send a representative to look at the property. Within 24 hours, the seller will be presented with an offer on their property. From that point, there is certainly never any commitment to accept the offer. That being said, if they decide to, closing is done in 7 days.

When listing a house with a real estate agent, the homeowner can be faced with very expensive repairs that are vital to finding more to place the property on the marketplace. In certain cases these expenditures are just simply not possible for a homeowner, keeping them trapped. This is never a concern with an investor like Jack Buys Austin Houses in Austin. These professionals will invest the cash needed to make repairs on the house getting it up to par to be placed on the market. This takes the stress and anxiety factor away from the homeowner and enables them to have the money they desire to move on to the next chapter in their life.

If a property owner is looking to sell their house quickly, they are advised to contact an investor such as Jack Buys Austin Houses to get the process initiated. For more information about the company visit https://www.jackbuysaustinhouses.com/our-company/.

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For more information about Jack Buys Austin Houses, contact the company here:

Jack Buys Austin Houses
Deylia Rady
(512) 605-1777
jackbuysaustinhouses@gmail.com
906 Spence St Austin, TX 78702

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