Cash For Your New Jersey Home, Simple and Hassle-Free

So how much are we going to offer you for your home? The following sections walk you through our entire cash-buying process.  First, we'll give a quick overview of the key terms and values you should be familiar with, and then follow it up with a deep-dive of an offer we presented to a homeowner just like you.

How Do I Sell My House Fast in New Jersey?

Our home-buying process is as easy as 1-2-3!

1Fill Out The Form

Give us some information about your property.  Once the information is received, our team reviews the details of your home and determines the market value as if it were already repaired, cleaned and updated to brand-new condition.

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We buy houses "as is", in any condition. Selling to us will result in no cost or fees for you the seller. Fill In this no obligation form and receive your cash offer within 24 hours!

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2 Schedule Your Appointment

Within 24-hours,  our team will reach out to learn a little more about your property and your goals, and then schedule a walk-through (in-person or virtual) at your convenience. Once we view the property, it will enable us to calculate how much it will take to renovate your home.  From there, we generate a fair cash-offer for you.

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3 Choose Your Closing Date

If you like offer, fantastic! You let us know when you would like to close. You get the cash, we get the deed and everyone is happy!

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It is that easy!

I needed cash fast, and he gave me a great offer, and closed quick!

5-stars-fin

Pinchos S - Camden NJ 

The Offer:

We utilize the After Repaired Value (ARV) of your residence to structure our offers, ensuring they are both competitive and financially beneficial to all parties. This methodology allows us to realize our returns while facilitating your access to the necessary cash.

Here is a breakdown of how the offer is generated.

[Your Offer] = [After Repair Value] - [Cost Of Repairs] - [Our Selling Costs] - [Our Minimum Profit]

This Is How We Calculate Our Cash Offers:

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Determining the After Repairs-Market Value Of Your House

After-Repairs Value (ARV): simply means what your house would be worth if it were completely renovated based on current market standards, just like your favorite HGTV show. Your offer is based on this value.

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Calculating Renovation Costs

The Cost of Repairs: is how much it would cost US to renovate the house and make it look spectacular, ready for the market. This would include: clean-up, working through code-driven repairs (fire, electrical, structural), and improvements that will maximize its value when we put it back on the market. This means a higher offer for you and a reasonable profit for us.

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Factoring in the Selling Costs

The Selling Cost: includes all the costs associated with selling a property. Although we buy houses from homeowners without involving agents, we, on the other hand, to give you a higher offer, do need the ability to sell the house for top value after we fix it up (this was the whole point of fixing up the property). That means we list it with an agent, which means we have closing costs, agent commissions, and taxes to pay.

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Evaluating Our Profits

Our Profits are reasonable and necessary in order to continue providing value and support to our customers. Like other service-providing entities, without profit we wouldn't be able to sustain our ability to purchase properties and pay our contractors and all those working hard behind the scenes. Rest assured our profits are fair, and our commitment prioritizes the highest possible offers to ensure they meet your goals, while allowing our business to continue to run successfully.

Simply put, it all boils down to this simple concept:

Your offer is the market value of your house completely fixed up, minus all the costs associated with us bringing the house to its completely fixed-up condition, minus our profits (of course).