Lowering the Price to Sell My Building

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Lowering the Price to Sell My Building

The idea of lowering the price to sell my building is not a bad one, assuming I get something else in return. Sometimes it is not only the sale price that matters to a seller. The sale price is one factor, but the timing may be as important as the price.  I am willing to lower my asking price to sell my building fast.

Normally, receiving the highest price a buyer will pay appeals to most sellers. It sounds like a no-brainer, but it is not always true. Many sellers of commercial and residential property have reasons to prioritize a quick, cash sale over the highest price their property might eventually bring them.  That’s a legal concept called, “time is of the essence,” and another concept called, “the time value of money.” Any seller who is motivated to sell fast for cash understands those concepts.

I found commercial property buyers who pay cash and close fast on buildings like mine in every state. That’s why I’m calling 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932) or emailing info@wepayfast.com right away.

We Pay Fast Buys Commercial Properties

Some investors paying quick cash only buy houses. I don’t have a house for sale; I have a commercial building for sale. We Pay Fast is a team of professional buyers making offers directly to sellers, meaning a commercial real estate broker is not involved in the transaction. The cost of working with a broker, in terms of both time and commission paid at closing, is too high for me.

That’s why I intend to call 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932) and speak to them about my building for sale immediately. If I leave a voice mail or send an email to info@wepayfast.com I will receive a phone call back within 24 hours. All my financial data on the building is ready to send to a potential buyer, so it won’t take long for us to determine if we can agree on price and terms.

Lowering the price to sell my building might be easy if the We Pay Fast team of commercial property buyers offers me a fast, cash closing.