FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Any House We Pay Cash has been helping people since 2015.
Our team and partners work together to help everyone no matter what your needs are. We will find the right solution for you. Fill out the information page and one of our team members will contact you.
ANY house, ANY condition
Means you pay NO Repairs,
NO commissions, NO closing costs
An agent does not actually buy your house. Agents market your house on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), in hopes a buyer will be interested. Agents charge commissions and fees. Listing your house with an agent means you pay closing costs, title fees, and have to tolerate countless of walkthroughs while the house is on the market which can be a long time.
We are cash buyers and investors. We are the ones actually buying your house. We skip the entire “agent” process and jump immediately to the offer and closing on your property you have for sale.
After buying loads of homes, we have estimating down to a science. Before making you an offer, the franchisee in your market will evaluate a number of factors, including the following:
- The current condition of your house.
- The approximate cost of repairs and renovations required.
- The amount of time it will take to renovate your house.
- The future “post-renovation” value of your house, compared to other homes in the area.
- The amount of real estate commissions required to sell your home after renovation.
- The cost of maintaining the house until it’s ready to sell, including insurance, utilities, taxes, loan payments, and more.
- The estimated future “post-renovation” value of your renovated house, minus these costs, helps us arrive at the cash offer that we make.
We are willing to buy houses that are either in any condition or, for one reason or another, might not be attractive to all buyers. This includes some of the following reasons:
- Houses with serious structural issues such as foundation, roof, plumbing, or electrical problems.
- Houses located in less than desirable or high-crime neighborhoods.
- Houses that are located in flood plain or in areas prone to the effects of weather.
- Houses with high-interest rates or undesirable mortgage financing.
- Houses with payments or balances that are too high for the owner to handle.
- Houses that have bad memories for the homeowner, such as a death, divorce, or tragedy.
- Houses that no longer serve the needs of the homeowner — too big, too small, inconvenient location, and so on.
Absolutely not. We do this entirely at no charge.
No. Visiting your home and making a cash offer requires absolutely no obligation on your part. We’re more than happy to visit your house, answer your questions, and make an offer. There’s no obligation. You’re free to accept or decline the offer.