6 Minute Offer Buys Homes From Property Owners In Tight Situations

July 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - 6 Minute Offer, based in Kansas City, Missouri, has announced that they are offering to buy homes from property owners who are in a number of tight situations. They are ready to buy homes from property owners who are in need of a solution for situations like delinquent taxes, probate, foreclosure, divorce, inheritance, relocation, vacancy, and more. More information can be gleaned from their website at https://www.6minuteoffer.com.

Ernest Dodson, spokesperson for 6 Minute Offer, says, “We know you may be worrying about how to get your house in a good enough condition for someone to want to buy it. You might also be worried about the cost of getting the house in that good enough condition. But you no longer have to worry about that. We are ready to buy your house just the way it is, imperfections and all. No matter what is not in perfect condition or what needs to be repaired, you can be sure your house is good enough for us. We will buy it just that way.”

Ernest Dodson explains that they can provide a fair offer for a house in six minutes. There are three simple steps for the company’s home buying process. The first step is for the property owner to call them or fill out an online form. The questions asked are all basic, such as the bedrooms, baths, kitchen, and repairs required. After assessing the numbers, the company will decide whether they can be of assistance to the property owner.

On the second step, 6 Minute Offer schedules a home visit for an inspection of the house. This will usually occur withing 24 to 72 hours. The home visit will have three parts: inspection of the outside; inspection of the inside; and the offer presentation. Some of the things they will be checking include the foundation, roof, kitchen, driveway, flooring, and basement. What the company is concerned about are major structural problems and the total amount of repair that will be needed to bring the property up to market value. But there is no need for the home owner to make any repairs because they will be buying the home as is.

The third and final step is the signing of the contact and the seller choosing his or her preferred settlement date. If the property owner agrees to the offer, the seller and buyer will sign the contract and the company will open an escrow.

Ernest Dodson points out that selling a house can be very stressful and many people simply don’t have the time to follow the whole process of selling the house. Also, the seller will likely lose more than 10 percent of the selling price because of real estate agent commissions, title company fees, and other fees, when selling a house the conventional way.

The offer to be made by 6 Minute Offer will be a no-obligation offer for the property. This means that it comes with no strings attached. It will be up to the owner to decide whether to accept or reject the offer. And once the owner decides to sell, the company will take care of the whole process, such as the closing costs and most of the paperwork.

Meanwhile, those who have made use of the services of 6 Minute Offer have mostly positive things to say about them. For instance, Kevin W. says, “If you are looking for friendly, awesome, and knowledgeable people, these folks I highly recommend. I know Its cliche but they really do care about you. Thanks.” Sam T. says, “I needed to sell a home in KCMO. I was left this house by my father but I live in Texas. I'm getting older and didn't want to mess with a home I didn't want any longer. 6 Minute Offer bought my home.”

6 Minute Offer was established in 2010 and is located in the Waldo neighborhood in South Kansas City, Missouri. Those who require more information about 6 Minute Offer or would like to sell a home can visit their website, or contact the by phone or by email.

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For more information about 6 Minute Offer, contact the company here:

6 Minute Offer
Ernest Dodson
8162815141
6minuteoffer@gmail.com
7431 Broadway #114 Kansas City, MO 64114

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