12864 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 271
North Miami, Florida 33181
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You have no obligation or risk whatsoever to have an initial consultation. Trusted Home Buyer doesn’t charge a fee or commission to discuss possible “win – win” solutions. It costs nothing to explore your options with a real estate professional who has decades of experience.
Three days is the minimum.
Or we can wait until you’re ready to move, even if it’s several months away.
Trusted Home Buyer purchases houses in foreclosure and bankruptcy regularly.
More than likely, we can buy.
It may be possible, but we’ll need the facts to determine it.
Yes, most often.
But, sometimes we take over existing debt or buy with seller financing. It all depends on what you owe, what you want and other pertinent facts.
How much Trusted Home Buyer pays for your home or property will be based on many factors, including:
• condition of the property
• repairs needed
• timing factor
• mortgage loan balance
• your personal needs
We have a number of personalized purchasing programs. Trusted Home Buyer will determine which program gives you the fastest possible sale without doing any work or repairs.
When will I know how much
you're willing to pay me?
Trusted Home Buyer will call or email you within 48 hours with the price we'll pay.
Do you pay Full Market Value?
The short answer is yes.
But, it really depends on your definition of
full market value. Please don’t confuse a real estate agent’s listing price of your property
with how much money you will actually put in your pocket. If and when, your property sells.
1. PRICE REDUCTIONS – It is quite common for
a home or property to sell for 10 to 20% less than the real estate agent’s listing price.
2. REPAIRS – When using a real estate agent,
it isn’t uncommon for the seller to be required to do thousands of dollars of repairs to satisfy the buyer and their bank’s lending requirements.
3. HOLDING COSTS – Don’t forget your loan
payments plus the cost of your money tied up in the property – which could be making you money somewhere else. Remember, while you wait for a buyer, you must continue to make your mortgage payments.
4. REAL ESTATE AGENT COMMISSIONS – They
can be as high as 7% of the sales price.
5. CLOSING COSTS – Generally, an additional
3% of the sales price.
A real estate agent can tell you your house is worth X amount of dollars. But, by the time your agent sells it, deducts your holding costs, price reductions, repair costs, commissions, closing costs, etc. – the amount of money you receive may be tens of thousands of dollars less than you expected.