My Home Is Not Ugly!
The majority of house sellers will do their best to spruce up their house when they want to sell it.

Not only will they do more to fix it up but they may even finish projects so the house looks like new when they are done. This can help the house sell and that is the goal for sellers. A successful sale will be beneficial to the seller and many will do what they can to achieve that.

After completing the projects, the house is not guaranteed to sell. It can only improve the chances. What can you do when the house won't sell but it looks great? Surely you don't want to sell it to an investment company that specializes in rehabbing properties. Your house is in great condition, so a buyer should willingly come along and want to buy it for what you consider it to be worth, right?


Most sellers, whether they realize it or not, have a subconscious desire to sell their house to a nice person who will love the house. The sellers love their house so it stands to reason that someone else would too and want to move in, as is. They may not even realize they feel this way because they are programmed to say "as long as it sells, we'll be happy." In all reality, they want to hand over the keys to someone who will take care of "their" house. The emotional attachment that comes with a house is normal and not something to just dismiss. It is the thing that keeps you mowing the yard, wiping down the counters, cleaning out the gutters, and even vacuuming the floor daily. Without this attachment, a homeowner wouldn't care about their house and it would result in a mess of a property. The pride and emotional attachment a homeowner has to a home is part of the happy feelings that result from home ownership. It can make the selling process a bit difficult at times.

The seller may feel their house is worth a lot more than it really is because of their emotional attachment to it. This is fairly common and a wise real estate agent can usually talk them back down to reality with comparable houses and prices in their area. The problem is usually solved quickly and then it turns into a matter of accepting reasonable offers.

Reality television has created an image of what a house sale should look like and sellers are looking for that typical closing. It is when both parties sit at the closing table, laughing, discussing the house, the quirky neighbors, the dog that runs around all the time, and then at the end, the sellers ceremoniously hand over their keys to the buyers. The media, all outlets, have trained us to believe this is the best way to sell a property that is move-in ready. That is not necessarily the case.

How would you feel about selling your move-in ready house to an investment company?

Would it be less personal, less ideal or even feel like you are missing out on something?

It is possible that a seller would feel as though they missed out on something special?

WAIT! Isn't the goal to just sell your house?

When your house is in great condition, you may think that an investment company is not an option for you. Don't investors just buy the ugly ones that need a lot of work? Not all the time!

Investment companies look for a good deal. Whether the house is in pristine condition but needs to be sold quickly or it is rough around the edges and has been on the market for months, the investors look at the numbers. There is not a lot of emotion involved for an investor but they do want to forge successful, professional relationships with those around them. After all, many of them live in the towns where they work so without a reliable network, they will not be successful. While they want to turn a profit, they also want to improve their neighborhoods and areas so their business can continue to be thriving. There are certain figures and numbers an investor will use and they are different for each investor or company. Not only will they have to make a profit from the house, but they have to factor in the amount of time the house may be vacant and take that into consideration. It can be difficult to take a completely run down house and rehab it quickly enough to make a fast profit for the investors. With that being said, they like homes that are in good condition but the sellers have to be willing to sell. A seller who doesn't really want to sell will hold out for that perfect price and will not be willing to negotiate enough with an investment company. The whole emotional attachment thing is a bigger factor with those who have a house in great condition, and it can play a large part in the selling process. The delusion that can come with a house in pristine condition is not abnormal and for that reason, some sellers will even consider selling to an investment company.

If you are trying to find out how to sell a house for what it's worth, don't limit yourself to a traditional sale. Just because your house is in great condition, doesn't mean an investment company can't or won't buy it. They prefer to have a house they can work with quickly. Real estate deals are contingent on time and financing; an investment company has the funds so timing is crucial to them. They can buy it and flip to another seller or use it as a rental property. The best part of the investment company is that they can close quickly and pay cash for houses. Whether you need to move out for financial reasons or just need a bigger house, the investor can help you move on. You don't need to be stuck in a house, pristine condition or not. is the perfect investment company to submit your property to! We have qualified and professional investors waiting to give you an offer on your property. Submit your property information and see what offers you can get!

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