There is a new way to sell your home with Keller Offers at Keller Williams Realty Phoenix, Arizona
What is Keller Offers?
Keller William Realty has partnered with Offer Pad to provide sellers with an opportunity for an instant cash offer to purchase their house. Additionally, the difference in using Keller Offers rather than going directly to an iBuyer is that the seller is represented by a Keller Williams Agent.
This agent will look out for the interests of the seller in the transaction. And, If the Keller Offer isn’t a good fit or the seller, the agent can provide alternative options for a home sale.
Typically when a homeowner agrees to sell a property to a typical iBuyer, they are unrepresented in the sale. Also, no one is looking out for their interest in the transaction. The iBuy is focused on what THEY want from the sale.
Keller Offers is an affiliate of Keller Williams Realty. And, much like other affiliates, Keller Mortgage or Keller Covered, Keller Williams Agents have many viable options to offer their clients.
However, not just traditional ways to buy and sell a home. And, remember buying and selling a home is one of the largest purchases most folks will make in their lifetime.
Who Can Give Me A Keller Offer?
An offer for your property can only be presented to Keller Offers by a Keller Williams Realty Agent who has been certified in the Keller Offer Process.
What is a Keller Offer?
- A fast cash offer with 72 hours
- No Showings/Open Houses
- Control Over Closing Date
- Coordination of Repairs
- Close in as little at 3 weeks
- The seller can select the closing date
- No upfront repairs required
- No buyer contingencies
Who Would Want Keller Offer for an Instant Purchase?
Many sellers enjoy the flexibility of receiving a cash offer before listing their house traditionally. Additionally, they want all of their options laid out and even want to see multiple cash offers from multiple sources! Your Keller Offers Certified agent is well equipped to help you with all of the above!
There are several reasons a seller may choose to go with an iBuyer and the list is long. Also, agents often believed that all buyers want the most money for their property. And while this is true, however, there are often caveats to this need. Also, today’s home sellers are wanting convenience when selling a home. And many are willing to walk away with less money in order to have the convenience of an iBuyer.
Sellers facing foreclosure may have equity in the home. Also, these sellers may want a quick cash sale. Additionally, the seller may be unable to pay the mortgage payments but doesn’t’ want to lose the equity they have in the property. Also, the house may not be in showing condition (in need of repairs).
Sometimes sellers are unable or unwilling to make repairs to a house. Additionally, they are willing to take less for the house in exchange for a lower sales price.
The death of a spouse or other family member may place a burden on others. However, selling the house on the open market may bring the seller more money. But remember, someone will need to get the property prepared for showing. And, If family members are out of town or have health issues, this can be a challenge.
Sellers waiting on a new home to be built may want an instant offer. And, they may not want to try to time the sale of an existing home with a new build schedule. Additionally, a new home builder is not bound to an exact closing date like a seller in a traditional sale.
Keller Offers at Keller Williams Realty Phoenix, Arizona is an easy way to get an instant cash offer for your house and be represented in the process. What does this mean to a seller? Sellers need someone to look out for their interest ina real estate transaction. Most homeowners selling to buyers are up against savvy, experienced real estate agents
How Would a Keller Offers work?
First, your Keller Williams agent will verify that your house qualifies for the Keller Offers program. Your home’s age, size, or even lot size could put it outside the typical “Buy Box” of homes Keller Offers is interested in purchasing
Your Keller Williams agent will take pictures of the house and document the condition of all rooms. This information will ensure a seller receives an offer that reflects the home condition.
What happens when a seller accepts on offer from Keller Offers?
The seller has 7 days to accept or reject the offer. Your Keller Williams agent can help you understand how this price compares to listing the property traditionally. Also, they can also help decide if a counteroffer is an option. Additionally, most sellers working with a typical iBuyer do not realize they can counter the offer they receive.
After the offer has been accepted, Keller Offers will proceed like many buyers and do their due diligence as a buyer. Also, they will conduct a home inspection. Additionally, repair estimates are provided if the seller will be asked for repairs. Remember, the seller has the representation of a Keller Wiliams Agent to guide them through the transaction.
Choosing a specific closing date is often important for sellers to make the transaction more convenient.
Thinking About Buying After Selling?
Your Keller Williams Agent can help you find a great home at a great price! Ask about Keller Mortgage. A loan comes with no loan origination fee, no lender processing fee, and no underwriting fees is highly desirable.. And, the buyer also ger $1000 back at closing!
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