Sell a Property For A Divorce

Sell a Property

Sell a Property For A Divorce

Some real estate owners are required to sell a property for a divorce settlement. Unless one of the owners offers to buy out the other, and the other accepts that offer, both individuals must relinquish their ownership in a sale.

Liquidating the property is often the best way for each person to receive their equity in cash. The equity split may be 50/50 or any other percentage agreed upon by both parties and their divorce lawyers.  Negotiating the percentage split is a separate issue. Negotiating the obligation to sell a property for a divorce comes first.

Naturally, if the property is a significant asset, or perhaps the primary asset owned by the divorcing couple, negotiations may become quite complicated. Getting an offer from a cash buyer in advance of these negotiations can cut through the complexity and save a great deal of time, too.

We Pay Fast Pays Cash For Properties

One call to the We Pay Fast team of professional property buyers can simplify property negotiations in a divorce. The We Pay Fast buyers pay cash and close fast, which can make all the difference to a divorcing couple in the process of liquidating their assets.

Leaving a message for them at 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932) or by email at will result in a phone call back within 24 hours. One of the divorcing parties could make the call or send the email and speak with the We Pay Fast buyer to discuss the property sale.

Since We Pay Fast never charges a commission or any fees to the property owners, there is no cost to explore the idea of a sale and there is no cost if We Pay Fast makes an offer to purchase over the phone. In addition, We Pay Fast pays all closing costs and legal fees associated with closing their transactions, so the purchase price offered is the amount the sellers will receive, minus any outstanding mortgage on the property.

Call 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932) to speak to  buyers who pay cash and close fast if you need to sell a property for a divorce.