Selling To MCB Homes Inc. vs. Listing With A Local Real Estate Agent

No matter what the market is doing or what neighborhood your house is in, it’s always best to know what options you have. What’s the best way to sell your house? What is best for you and your personal situation?

You may have different circumstances than other people. That’s OK. Look into the details below so you can choose what the best course of action is for you.

Selling w/ An Agent
Commissions / Fees: 6% on average is paid by you, the seller NONE
Who Pays Closing Costs?: 2% on average is paid by you, the seller NONE – We pay all costs
Inspection & Financing Contingency*: Yes, up to 15% of sales fall through NONE
Appraisal Needed: Yes, the sale is often subject to appraisal NONE – We make cash offers
Average Days Until Sold: +/- 91 Days IMMEDIATE CASH OFFER
Number of Showings: It Depends 1 (Just Us)
Closing Date: 30-60 +/- days after accepting buyers offer The Date Of YOUR CHOICE
Who Pays For Repairs?: Negotiated During Inspection Period NONE – We pay for all repairs

Numbers Can Tell A Story.

Are you listening to the numbers? Can you patiently wait for 6 – 12 months to find a buyer? How do you feel about the risk of committing your home to a 6 month listing with an agent?  Numbers can be hard to swallow.

Does your house need thousands in repairs? Do you have the thousands to get your house ready to sell? Do you need thousands from selling your house?

7 Days Or 7 Months.

If you could choose how fast to sell your house, would you choose 7 days or 7 months? Would you rather get an offer in 2 days or wait 2 months to get an offer? Would you rather close in 7 days or wait 7 months?

Time is funny. Waiting gets more difficult the longer we have to do it. We don’t even want to imagine waiting a long time. But listing with an agent usually takes months. However, when you call us, we will give you an offer in 1-2 days and then we can close in as little as 7 days.

Cash Now Or Maybe Later.

Someone is going to get paid this month. You can walk away from closing this month with cash in your pocket. Or you can continue to make those monthly payments: mortgage payments, insurance payments, utility payments, and tax payments.

Someone is going to make those monthly payments next month. It’s either going to be you or whoever buys your house. We would like to give you an offer today so you don’t have to continue making those payments.

Don’t worry about fixing anything, painting stuff, or even cleaning your house ever again

You don’t have to fix, paint, or clean, or pay a contractor to do that. We can take all those headaches away immediately.  

We have crews who will do all of that stuff. So you don’t have to worry about it ever again. That can save you tons of money and months of time.

See for yourself and get a fair all-cash offer on your house today.

Just fill out the short form below or give us a call at (209) 743-0602 and let’s chat! Our process is simple and you can close on the date of your choice. You have nothing to lose by getting an offer (no obligations – no pressure). But you could potentially lose thousands of dollars or months of your time by not testing us out and requesting your FREE house offer below. 

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*An inspection contingency lets the buyer have time to do an inspection and back out of the sale or negotiate a new price if there are repairs that need to be done. If you can’t come to an agreement with the buyer, the buyer has the right to back out of the sale. Similar, a financing contingency gives the buyer the wiggle room to back out of the purchase if they can’t obtain a loan or if the home doesn’t appraise for the value that the bank needs to close the loan.

Here at MCB Homes Inc. we don’t use bank financing so you don’t have to worry about our ability to close on a deal.