In Miami thinking, How will I sell my property? As you undoubtedly already know, sometimes it’s a buyer’s market–sometimes it’s a seller’s market.
Lucky you. As of early 2017, it’s a seller’s market. In fact, for the past five years, Miami-area homes have steadily been gaining in value, according to the Miami Association of Realtors.
Several bullet points have you nervous? The cracked foundation? A looming foreclosure? Creepy neighbors you’re sure will scare off potential buyers?
Or mayne you’re completely mystified about who will want to buy your home and how to get that person’s attention.
Think outside the great frozen north.
You’re not simply wooing your snowbird neighbors from the north when you put your South Florida home on the market. You’re wooing Florida-lovers from all around the globe.
Did you know that 22% of all real estate purchased by foreigners is right here in Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade?
According to a new report by the National Association of Realtors, global investors prefer Florida to every other state.
Christopher Zoller, incoming chair of the Miami Association of Realtors, recently told the Miami Herald, “People wanna be here, whether they’re coming from London, Paris or Singapore.”
How can I get in on the action and sell my property?
You’re not going to learn another language so that you can place an ad in a foreign newspaper. Well, maybe that’s your thing, and if it is, go for it.
But for everybody else? Let us do the legwork. We know who’s buying. We’ll even share the profit with you.
Here’s what to expect: We’ll meet you, assess the house, make an offer. And assuming you accept the offer, we’ll close in as little as seven days.
Cash really is king–particularly in Florida. And we’ve got it.
What’s so good about a cash sale when I’m trying to sell my property?
A cash sale dramatically decreases the amount of time between your listing date and your closing date.
Waiting on a buyer’s loan to go through, as well as waiting for reams of paperwork to be completed, means a longer closing time than when someone pays with cash.
Bankrate.com suggests that you might sell for a little less when dealing with cash, but unless it’s dramatically less, you’ll be glad to have avoided the stress of waiting and wondering.
If you’ve ever sold a house before, you know what a nightmare it is keeping the toys–dog or kid toys–off the floor and the stack of mail off the kitchen counter just in case you have to show to a potential buyer.
Of course, it’s only on a lazy Sunday morning when your newspaper is spread across the floor and you’re in your robe, that someone wants to come by.
If you sell outright–for cash–to Bigger Equity, you’ll never suffer through that scenario.
Regardless of your situation–you’ve outgrown your house, your house has been damaged in some way, or you’re just relocating–Bigger Equity has you covered.