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Real Estate Investors and Their Advantages Selling your home to a local investor is often a clear-cut process. There are essentially four kinds of investors: buy and hold investor, wholesaler, flipper, and buy/flip/hold investor. Buy-and-Hold Investors In simple terms, this investor type is into rental properties. They may or may not manage their properties personally, but all of them would like to see growth in their real estate portfolio.
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This investor can only hold your property for 10 minutes before selling it to another investor. Flippers These investors are the ones you see on reality shows on TV. They buy the worst house in the area for cheap, fix it and make it attractive, and sell it for profit. Buy/Flip/Hold This is a combination of Buy-and-Hold and Flipper Investors and where we usually find our sweet spot. The owner has to let go of a distressed property because of financial difficulties, job relocation, inheritance, divorce or any other issue. The investor purchases the distressed property, flips it and makes it a rental. Several investors are combinations of the three types, but some are strictly one. The amount the investor pays depends on specific factors, like the property’s condition and that of the market in the area. If you advertise your house for sale, investors will approach you, especially if you use the right keywords in the description, like “fixer upper” or “handyman special.” Even without listing your house for sale, investors may still come to you. There’s no need to wait for an investor to get in touch with you though. You can always reach out to those who are in your locality. So what are the advantages of selling your home to a real estate investor? 1. Quick cash Investors generally don’t get a mortgage, and there’s no need for you to anxiously wait for the bank to decide whether or not they will give you a loan. They pay in cash most of the time, and because they mortgage is out of the equation, they can close the deal a lot faster than a standard buyer. For investors, closing can be as quick as two to four weeks. Keeping that in mind, you can decide if the quick sale is worth the cheaper price you may need to accept. 2. No need for repairs Unlike buyers looking for their perfect move-in ready dream home, investors won’t require repairs or any other job on your property. Instead, they will take care of all the work that may be necessary to restore the home. Of course, that means a lower offer, but with the right investor, things will even out in the end. There may be more advantages if you sell your home to an investor, but these two are undoubtedly the most significant.