Selling a House That is Out of Date

Selling a house

Selling a House That is Out of Date

Selling a house that is out of date can be a bit embarrassing. Most buyers are looking for new houses, or older homes that have been remodeled. Of course, I could remodel my house, but there is no time or cash for remodeling right now. I need to sell fast, preferably for cash, to move on with my life.

One real estate agent told me my house is “functionally obsolete.” That was rather insulting, but she explained what that phrase means in the world of real estate sales and I could see her point. When you must walk through a bedroom to access a bathroom, that is considered out-of-date and no longer acceptable.

And, when there are quite a few steps up into the kitchen from the garage, it is not easily accessible for many people, especially toddlers and elders, which makes that situation undesirable to many buyers, too. Let’s face it, a house built in 1920 that worked for our grandparents will not work for most homebuyers today.

Selling a House That is Outdated to We Pay Fast

We Pay Fast is a team of cash homebuyers. They buy homes in any condition, including outdated houses. They have a skilled remodeling crew for updating homes that today’s buyers might overlook. So, the We Pay Fast investors may be interested in my home for sale.

They pay fast cash to sellers in a time crunch like me, who own property that is not 100% up-to-date like mine. The professional buyers at We Pay Fast make offers over the phone and provide all the paperwork needed to close the sale within a week to ten days.

I can call We Pay Fast at 405-521-1807, email [email protected] or fill out the brief contact form online at wepayfast.com and receive a phone call in reply within 24 hours. Selling a house that is out-of-date may be fast and easy for me with We Pay Fast.