How Do I Sell My House Fast in Virginia
Click below and tell us about the property or call us at (804) 362-0222. The more we understand your property and situation the better solution we can create for you.
We will work with you to schedule a walk through of the property. We will present a no obligation offer.
If you accept our offer, we will set a closing date that YOU choose with a reputable local title company.
- Current condition of the property
- Timeline to sell your property
- Your ultimate goal with the property
This information will help us figure out how we can provide the best solution for you (such as taking over payments, equity payments etc.).
No… We do not give our exact cash offer during the initial phone call, but we will give you an initial offer range.
Why Not? Other “We Buy Houses” Companies Make Offers Right Away On The Phone…
Many companies use a tactic of “lock” and “lower.” The investor signs a purchase contract with you at an inflated price. Since you have a contract signed, you can’t take offers form other sellers. Here is the shady part…..they come back after they “inspect” and tell you they need to change the price.
We never do this! The price we give you is the price we will close with!
We show you the numbers used to create your offer. It represents they best and real cash offer we can deliver.
We make the highest offer possible so we can make you happy and beat our competition.
Our entire business is based on buying houses in the Richmond area.
If we didn’t make offers, we would go out of business.
How Our Cash Offer is Calculated…
|[ARV] – [REPAIR COSTS] – [SELLING COSTS] – [ROI]|
| This is the market value of your home after we buy and renovate your house.|
This is what we estimate our cost will be to update the house to current market conditions, and it’s what you are saving (along with your time) if you sell your house to us!
This is an estimate of the cost of selling commissions, excise tax, property tax, utilities, insurance (title and property and escrow fees.) It’s typically around 10% of the ARV.
This is how we pay our contractors and keep the business running. If we didn’t return some level of profit, we wouldn’t be a great business!
Look at the kitchen in this picture.
It’s not bad. It’s neat quaint and functional.
However, we can’t sell it like this.
In order to understand why, let’s look at a house in the same neighborhood.
The neighbor’s house sold for 320,000.
It has a few important upgrades such as:
- Updated Kitchen (Countertops, Appliances, Lights, Flooring, Cabinets, Island)
- Updated Bath Room (Bath, Shower, Tile, Vanity, Mirror, Lights, Flooring, Paint)
- Interior Remodel (Flooring, Paint, Lighting)
- Exterior Remodel (Windows, Roof, Paint)
In order to sell your property, we need to get it in similar condition as your neighbor’s house that just sold.
We Now Have Everything We Need to Make Your Offer!
- Sold Fixed Up Houses In Your Neighborhood Give Us An ARV =
- Our Contractor Will Give Us Give Us A Repair Estimate =
- Selling Costs Are 10% of Sale=
- Our Return On Investment=
Now We Run The Numbers
We’re Not Done, Yet! Let’s Analyze Your Offer…
So, let’s assume your house is worth $230,000 as-is, meaning if you listed it with an agent you could sell it for $230,000 and make no changes.
However, after 10% (or $23,000) in agent fees and closing costs, you will get about $207,000 for it, and that’s after it will be on the market for months!
And no one can guarantee the house will actually sell for $230,000.
So, now it’s time for you to make a decision…
Option 1: Sell it for a guaranteed cash sale of $198,000 in as little as 7 days.
Option 2: Hopefully sell for $207,000 where, if all goes well, bank financing doesn’t fall through and your closing date doesn’t get delayed.
What if the cost of repairs was $30,000 instead of $60,000?
Here is where things get interesting.
Let’s look at the numbers again…
Your New Cash Offer isvs 207,000 with a realtor.
That’s right! Almostthan what you would get if you had listed it as-is with a real estate agent (remember that you would only get $207K after subtracting all agent fees and closing costs.)
Even in a seller’s market, it’s smart to look at ALL of your options to see what will actually help you best reach your goals with the sale of your house.
While you may be able to get a higher “top line” sales price listing with a local agent, that doesn’t always boil down to more money in your pocket or less headache.
Let’s compare selling your house to Angel Buys RVA Houses vs. with a local real estate agent…
Selling To Angel Buys RVA Houses
- You pay 0% in commission and NO fees.
- We pay ALL closing costs.
- Close within 7-28 days or on your timeline.
- Sell in “as-is” condition without making any repairs.
- No formal inspections.
- No open houses or endless walkthroughs.
- No appraisal or financing contingencies.
Selling With A Real Estate Agent
You typically pay 6% of the sales price in commission.
You pay 2%-4% of the sales price in closing costs.
Closing can take 60-90 days after accepting an offer.
You may need to make repairs.
Many buyers request an inspection and then drop the price.
Sometimes there are 20+ showings and open houses.
If an appraisal is lower, you may have to lower your price.
Angel Buys RVA Houses is committed to giving the best offer and best experience possible. Fill out the form to get started