General Information

An easier way to sell your home with less hassle on a timeline that works for you. If your home is in a participating market, you can request a cash offer. In a few simple steps. Unlike a traditional or for-sale-by-owner transaction, your home is never listed, so you avoid showings, open houses and home prep. If you choose to move forward with an offer, your dedicated Advisor will work with you throughout the process.

Our goal is to make the home selling process easy, comfortable, and hassle free we can provide a professional, convenient and personalized experience that avoids the being bothered by having multiple showings and unpredictable timing. For those homes that don’t qualify for offers, we will continue to connect sellers with a local agent who can help them list their home on the open market.

Enter your address to see if we are servicing your area. If it’s available, you’ll be directed to an online questionnaire where you can enter some basic information about your home (it only takes a few minutes). We will review your home details and local market conditions, and if your home qualifies, in just a few days you will receive an offer from us. If you choose to accept the offer, we will conduct an in-home evaluation, close the purchase of the property using a local agent (on a closing date that works for you), make necessary repairs and updates and then resell the home. Click here to get started.

There is no cost to request or receive an offer from us. If you choose to sell your home to us, you will receive a clear statement outlining any fees associated with the offer.

We strive to present an offer that reflects the current market value of your home.

We don’t flip homes — we provide a service to sellers. We take care of the repairs and prep work a homeowner would normally have to do themselves to get a home ready to list, and we handle the showings, open houses and maintenance while the home is listed so the seller doesn’t have to. Flippers tend to buy low and sell high, often looking for distressed homes.

You do not need an agent to request an offer or sell your home to us, but we’ll work with your agent if you already have one. If you choose not to sell to us, we can connect you with an experienced local agent.

If you’re working with an agent, you can still request an offer, or your agent can request an offer on your behalf. You should ask your agent for a professional valuation of what your home may sell for and how long it would take to complete the sale on the open market. Please review our terms of service for more information.

Yes. If you’re working with an agent, either you or your agent can request an offer. If you have listed your home For Sale by Owner, you are also eligible to request an offer. Additional program information can be found in our terms of service.

No. Your information is sent only to OUR company for review. Your home will not be listed anywhere else. In addition if you submit photos, they will not be shared publicly.

In order to participate in, you must be the owner of the home or have the legal right to represent the owner.

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Austin, TX
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
  • Denver, CO
  • Fort Collins, CO
  • Houston, TX
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Miami, FL
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
  • Nashville, TN
  • Orlando, FL
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Portland, OR
  • Raleigh, NC
  • Riverside, CA
  • Sacramento, CA
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  • Tampa, FL
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Requesting and Receiving Offers

You will provide the home’s address, confirm some basic home details (year built, square footage, etc.) and answer a few questions about updates or upgrades to the home, as well as other information pertinent to the home’s value. We also encourage you to upload photos of the interior and exterior of the home. It only takes about three minutes to answer the questions and submit your request.

After providing information about your home, it takes approximately two business days for us to prepare an offer. You will have five business days to respond before the offer expires. If your offer has expired and you’re still interested in selling, we can update the offer at your convenience.

There is no obligation to sell. Even after you’ve received your offer. You can decide to accept your offer or list with an agent instead. Or you can decide not to sell at this time — it’s completely up to you. You do not have to sign any agreements or make any commitments to us while you’re weighing your options.

Our pricing experts look at several sources of information including:

  • Details you provide about your home (current condition, recent updates)

  • Comparable homes in your area

  • The valuation of a local real estate agent

We factor in typical costs of renovations or repairs (based on what sellers in your area spend to get similar homes market-ready) and confirm or adjust our offer following an in-person evaluation.

With other sites the estimate of your home’s value is based on public records, market conditions and any facts you’ve shared publicly. It is not an appraisal, and it should be used as a starting point. The offer you receive factors in layers of information including interior updates and neighborhood details (proximity to parks, water, highways, etc.). We also receive a market value estimate from a local broker and conduct an in-home evaluation. These extra steps help us arrive at an offer that’s as competitive as possible.

We provide our best offer upfront. We believe this creates a simpler, more predictable experience for sellers compared to the often-lengthy negotiation process of a traditional sale.

Photos are not required, but they are encouraged, as they give us more information about your home. We do not need professional photos, and you do not need to clean or prep your home — just snap a few photos with your smartphone.

Your photos will only be viewed by us and our local agent as we prepare our offer. We do not share your contact information unless you request to be connected with an agent or a mortgage lender.

We respect your privacy. Please see our privacy policy for more information.

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Choosing an Offer

Your personal Advisor will call you to go through your offer, and we’ll email you a copy so you can review the details at your leisure.

Your offer is valid for three days, and you can contact your advisor during that time should you have additional questions. If you decide to accept the offer, your advisor will walk you through the next steps.

Once you’ve requested an offer, a member of our Team will reach out to confirm your home details and answer any questions you may have. Your dedicated advisor will be your point of contact throughout the selling process. They’ll clearly explain each step and be available to address your questions or concerns. If any issues arise, you can contact your advisor directly via phone, email or text.

You can accept our offer and sell your home, you can list with an agent or you can do nothing. It’s completely up to you. If you believe our offer is based on incorrect information, please reach out to your Advisor. We also encourage all homeowners to discuss their options with a real estate professional.

Receiving or expressing interest in working with us doesn’t obligate you to sell your home. Even if you accept the offer, you are under no obligation until you’ve signed a sale contract. If the offer amount changes after we complete a home evaluation, for example, you can decline the offer. We recommend you review and discuss your options with a licensed real estate agent.

Not all homes meet the criteria. This can be due to factors like the home’s age or build type. For example, mobile homes are not eligible at this time. If your home doesn’t receive an offer, but you’re still interested in selling, consider listing with an agent. We can connect you with a local partner agent who can help determine your selling options.

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Evaluation and Closing

If you like our initial offer, which is based on the information you provided, the next step is a home evaluation. We’ll schedule a time for our evaluator to visit your home and determine whether any repairs are needed. Based on their assessment, we will then provide our best and final offer.

To ensure an accurate offer, our evaluators will complete a thorough walkthrough of your home. The evaluators will need access to all rooms in your house and will take photos for reference purposes.

  • The evaluation will last about two hours

  • Make sure all utilities are on (electric, water, gas)

  • If you or an adult age 18 or older cannot be present throughout the evaluation, you must sign a waiver

If you need a waiver, please reach out to your Advisor.

Please let your tenants know the date, time and purpose of your evaluation to ensure our evaluators can gain entry to the home. The evaluators will need access to all rooms in your house and will take photos for reference purposes.

All buyers take the home’s condition into account when calculating an offer. When we offer to buy your home, our initial offer will cover our best estimate of the work required in order to resell the house in move-in-ready condition, based on the information and images you’ve provided.

The cost of previously unknown or undisclosed repairs discovered at the time of the evaluation would be deducted from the initial offer, and the sale contract would reflect the lower price.

You will work with your dedicated advisor to determine the closing date and other conditions, but you will have considerable flexibility to pick a date that works for you. In general, you can close in as little as seven or as many as 90 days after the sale contract is signed.

We have a team of advisors focused on making sure you have a great experience with selling. Sellers will have a dedicated Offers Advisor who will accompany them throughout the process, answer questions and ensure smooth progress toward closing.

If you have any issues with the sale, you should reach out to your dedicated Advisor who will help you find a resolution, if the issue is within our control we do our best to resolve it. We will also connect you to other resources.

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