Should I Sell My House to Family?
Sooner or later, problems could come up if I sell my house to family members. That is true of a home sale to any buyer, but family members will continue to be part of my life. Selling to unrelated buyers is a different situation entirely. They will not be visiting for birthday parties and holiday celebrations.
No house is 100% perfect, even new homes usually have more than one issue the builder is called in to handle. But my house is not new, and it has a few issues I am living with rather than taking the time and spending the money to repair.
For example, there are cracks in the concrete patio in our back yard. It’s not a problem for us, but it could be bothersome for a new buyer, including members of my own family who like things to be “just so.” Yes, they are very particular, especially when it comes to the outdoor spaces where they will be entertaining their friends and business associates. Making a good impression is very important to them.
Selling my house to these relatives could cause a rift in our relationship and affect future family gatherings. I am not being negative, I am being realistic, and considering whether it is wise to sell my house to family.
Should I Sell to We Pay Fast?
Instead of striking up a conversation with my relatives about wanting to sell my house, I could call We Pay Fast instead. They pay cash to sellers within a week to ten days from signing a purchase agreement, with no commissions, legal fees or closing costs charged to the seller. It is a clean, quick and easy home sale transaction, unlike selling to my family members.
I can call We Pay Fast at 405-521-1807 or email [email protected] to get in touch with their team of real estate investors. I’ll get a call back within 24 hours to talk about my house for sale. Once I talk to a professional home buyer with We Pay Fast I will know if I should sell my house to family or not.