How It Works Page? Fast Home Offer Utah

we buy houses


 

Send us some basic details about your house to get started ›

*Buying criteria is that we do not buy mobile homes without land.

It’s life. You face challenges on every step of the way. When you’re struggling with personal & financial issues, you need someone to guide you. You want someone to help you understand your options and find a solution. Every problem is solvable. Provided the right guidance and information, you can take the right decision.

In this page, you’ll find answers to questions such as:

  • How we buy properties quickly and for a cash price?
  • How do we calculate the cash price offer for your home?
  • How can you sell home for cash?
  • And, how the process benefits you.

We buy houses in Ogden, Salt Lake City, Morgan, Roy, and associated areas. Fast Home Offer Utah is a local real estate solutions firm. We have been trained by some of the best investors in the industry. As lifetime students, we have invested hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in learning our work. Our firm is connected to a national group of real estate investors.

That education and supportive network helps us turn dreams into realities. We can help homeowners like you while earning an income doing a job we love.

As a real estate solutions firm, we help individuals avoid foreclosure. We can educate you about your options regarding any real estate problem. We aim to create a win-win situation for everyone.

Contact us to discuss how can we help you.

How We Buy Houses Fast and for a Cash Price?

Bank appraisals and mortgage approval take the most time whenever you’re selling a house. Furthermore, there are repairs to be made. Before closing the deal, the buyer will inspect the house. You’ll want to improve the interior and make sure that your home looks good from the outside.

At Fast Home Offer Utah, we bypass this process. We purchase your home directly. We are real estate investors, and we use our cash to buy your house. Therefore, bank involvement is not required.

We buy your home as-is. That means you don’t have to repair the house and inspections are not required on your part.

We’ll tackle the repairs later. Our team will consider the location, and condition of your house and you’ll get your cash offer in the next 24 hours. Since the funds are available and our team is ready to help, your home will be sold on a date of your choice.

How We Calculate the Cash Price of Your House?

After visiting your home, we run the numbers to come up with a price that works for you and works for us. Price is important, so we want you to understand how we arrive at our offer.

You see our offers are based on the following five factors:

  • The ARV (After Repair Value of your home)
  • Rehabbing Costs
  • Holding Costs & the Risk Factor
  • Selling Expenses
  • Minimum Profit

What is the After-Repair Value of Your House?

After buying your home, we’ll renovate the property and will sell the house in the retail market. Our company earns a profit when we sell the house.

The price we can sell the home for after repairing it is called the ‘After-Repair Value (or ARV) and is based on many factors. We take into consideration, recently sold homes is in your area that share similar features such as the lot size, number of rooms, age, and style.

The price we sell at must be similar to the price these other homes sold at to be competitive. You can consult a real estate agent to find comparable sales in your area.

Let’s say the after-repair value of the house is  $270,000. That means, if you rehab your house, you can sell it for $270k. Now we need to know which repairs (and renovations) are required to update your property and how much will they cost.

Rehabbing Costs

Each property is different, but all houses need repairs or remodeling of some sort before being sold. Our team of contractors will observe the site before we send you a quotation taking into account the condition of the house as well as the repairs required. Renovation costs can range from $10,000 to $100,000 or more.

Holding Costs

Next, we need to know how much time will it take to repair & sell the house. We start getting bills as soon as we buy your house. Before closing, we pay for the earnest deposit, attorney’s payment, title search, title insurance, home inspection, and so on.

After the deal has been closed, we pay for the taxes, builder’s insurance, and utilities. The owner spends money for each month; the home keeps sitting on the market. For example, there are home insurance installments, and electricity bills to be paid.

Selling Expenses

We buy houses as-is and make sure that you (the seller) doesn’t have to pay anything to sell the house. However, after rehabbing, we sell the property in the retail market, and that costs us money. We often hire a real estate agent, and his commissions are usually included in our expenses list. We market the property on our own.

It is an estimate that together holding costs & selling expenses make 10% of the sales price.

Profit

Okay, so now, you know the after-repair value of the house. You know how much it costs to repair the home and the cost of selling the property.

We are taking a risk by purchasing your home as-is. We invest a lot of time, money and capital into our renovation projects and we believe it is fair to seek a reasonable return on investment. Our projected return on investment for most projects is 10%.

Each property is unique, and this calculation is an example only. However, our process is simple. Whenever we send an offer, we will sit down with the homeowner and will run the numbers with them. Our goal is to help you, and all our offers are no-obligation quotes so that you don’t feel hurried or pressured to accept an offer.

We can close on your timeline and can pay you through a convenient method.

We hope this page answers your questions. For other questions or comments, please fill out this form or give us a call.

We’ll be delighted to hear from you.

Best Regards,

Jason Lewis