Selling My Home By Text Message?
I am not selling my home by text message, although some people seem to prefer doing business by text. It is simply not for me. Selling my home is too important and has too much bearing on my finances. I need to speak on the phone and communicate by email to conduct a real estate transaction that works for me.
It is easy to see to look at my phone and see that many real estate agents have chosen to market their services and their properties by text message, which feels like spam to me. And some homebuyers who want to look at a “for sale by owner” listing online may text the seller to make an appointment to see their house. These are two common uses of texting to buy and sell real estate. Neither of these situations appeals to me as a seller.
What I want might seem old-fashioned now, but it starts with talking on the phone and getting to know the person I am dealing with as a buyer. Paperwork can follow by mail or email, of course, but hearing someone’s voice in person or on the phone is important to me at the beginning of a transaction.
We Pay Fast Makes Offers On The Phone
When I call a buying specialist at We Pay Fast at 405-521-1807, I will either speak to them immediately or get a call back within 24 hours. Or, if I choose to send an email instead, I will also get a phone call in reply within 24 hours. They like to connect with people on the phone, too, just as I do.
We Pay Fast has the experience and the system to assess properties, make offers, produce the needed documents, and close sale transactions in as little as a week to ten days from signatures on a purchase agreement. And it all starts with a phone call to 405-521-1807 or an email to [email protected], because I am not selling my home by text message.