Worried about selling your house during these uncertain times? Many sellers aren’t sure what do do when selling their house. Before you put your home on the market, learn about these 5 ways a direct sale is benefitting homeowners in Ottawa!
Right now in the summer of 2020, things are a bit strange for the economy and the housing market. New processes are being formed and people are using new ways to buy and sell real estate in Ottawa. Many home sellers are taking their listings virtual or working with direct buyers to quickly sell without all of the fuss. A direct sale offers peace of mind and will make the entire selling process run much more smoothly.
One of the biggest benefits of selling your house directly is the amount of time you will save. With a direct sale, a homeowner is able to sell their unwanted home in only a few days. When selling with a real estate agent, the process can take weeks, months, or in some cases, the house may not sell at all, which will put the homeowner back at square one. For homeowners who need to sell fast, paying the continued holding costs can be a huge burden. Utility bills, property taxes, homeowners insurance, and a mortgage you can’t afford can add up fast. You can find yourself spending thousands on the home while the property is on the market. We work with homeowners throughout the Ottawa area who have tried to list a house, only to have the listing expire and their name still on the deed. When you sell your house to HappyDoor, you can be assured that the property will sell in just a few days. Of course, if you need more time, we are happy to work with you to close on the property at your convenience.
Do you know how much money it takes to list a house in Ottawa successfully? While the price does vary depending on the home, according to The Balance, it can take up to 10% of your final sale price when all is said and done. So if your house were to sell for $250,000, that’s $25,000 right out the door. Selling your house directly will not only save you thousands in commissions, but we will save you in holding costs, listing fees, repairs, and closing costs. At HappyDoor, we believe that you shouldn’t have to pay when selling your house. We will make you a fair and direct offer that will save you time and money on the sale of your home.
Let’s face it. Selling a house in 2020 is unlike any other time in history. People aren’t out and about viewing properties in person, or even giving as much thought to a move. A direct sale to HappyDoor means you will be able to sell your house without trying to prepare and schedule showings, hold an open house, or worry about all the cleaning required with so many people walking through your home. Selling your home to a direct buyer is the easiest way to quickly sell your house in Ottawa. In fact, when working with HappyDoor almost the entire process can be done virtually. Remote closings and the ability to sign documents digitally make the selling process easier for everyone involved.
Instead of waiting, wondering, and spending cash they may not have homeowners, are able to sell their Ottawa homes quickly and without spending any money on the sale. A direct sale to HappyDoor is a completely stress-free process. We will be upfront with you from start to finish so you will know exactly what to expect. We’ll be with you throughout the entire process to answer any questions you may have. Our goal is to make selling your house completely stress-free for you. Without trying to market and prep your house you will be able to focus your time and energy elsewhere.
Getting an offer from HappyDoor is a great way to learn more about your property and the state of the local real estate market. Even if you don’t end up selling to us, you will be able to get a true insight into the value of your home. There is never any commitment or pressure to sell. It is important for property sellers to acquire all of the information they can when selling. Getting a direct offer will provide insight and help to let the homeowner know exactly what to expect. Being informed, asking the right questions, and getting all of the information you can be of great benefit to you whether you are buying or selling a house in Ottawa.