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Selling my home to an iBuyer

Pros and Cons of Selling Your Home to an iBuyer

If you are a homeowner weighing the options of how to sell your home, this article is for you. No sugarcoating. For most, selling the family home is a stressful situation. It is an intrusion in your life and requires an investment of time and money. For those who want or need the convenience of having to do as little as possible, and don’t mind the additional expense, there is the option called the iBuyer.

Since the concept of the instant buyer is still relatively novel, you may not know anyone with firsthand experience. Before you decide, you probably want to look at the standard advantages that are touted by iBuyers vs. the more widely accepted method of listing your home with a real estate professional.

Using an iBuyer Saves Time

  • You will not have to hire a real estate agent. Researching and selecting the best agent to sell your home takes up a chunk of time. It’s a critical choice that may affect your bottom line and your blood pressure!

But is this a time saver? The time you do not spend researching realtors is going towards researching iBuyer companies. You also have to consider that many sellers are going to spend time on both options because they will want to make a comparison on the home price offered by the iBuyer and the suggested market price from an agent. 

  • You will not have to declutter, clean, or stage your home. If housework is not your thing, not having to engage in a deep cleaning and organizing project may make using an iBuyer extremely appealing.

Is this a time-saver? You are still going to need to declutter your home when you pack. Unless you use an iBuyer that does not do an in-home evaluation, don’t you want your home to make a positive impression? Keep in mind that the final offer is made after the review. I can’t help but believe that a home that looks and smells good is going to...

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