People inherit homes for a variety of reasons, but it’s usually due to the death of a family member. Dealing with the burden of an inherited home can be difficult in times of grief, so it’s not uncommon for people to want to sell inherited houses fast.
Slow market equals slow sale
The market is stagnant with less people opting to move house than in previous years. With less properties exchanging hands it’s increasingly difficult to score a quick sale using traditional estate agents.
Why waste weeks or even months waiting for an estate agent to try and shift your property when you could sell it fast for cash almost immediately? On top of everything else you’ll be left paying for the property’s upkeep and then get stuck with costly estate agent fees if you do manage to sell.
Lighten the load
Perhaps the house you’ve inherited needs repairing or sprucing up before it’s ready to go to market. This will obviously cost you time and money, especially if you don’t live within a convenient distance to the place you’re selling.
Hiring contractors from afar to get a job done can be a real headache and you’ve no guarantee that the money you spend on refurbishment will add any value to the home in the long run. With a quick cash sale, you’ll have money in your pocket in a matter of weeks – and we don’t mind what condition your house is in.
Safer and simpler
There are risks involved when leaving a property empty for a long time – you’re at the mercy of potential squatters, burglary or vandalism. In addition, unless you’re visiting the house regularly you could miss possible damage caused by weather, flood or fire. Add those repair expenses to your escalating inheritance bill and your costs could spiral rapidly.
Make life easier
We can sell your house fast for cash regardless of its condition, and we’ll offer you up to 100% of the current market value. There’s no need to deal with estate agents or banks, no fees and expert solicitors to hand that’ll help close the deal swiftly.
We could have an offer for you in a matter of hours.