Home IBuyer Programs Provide to Real Estate

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty

Homeowners who wish to sell their home has a choice to take an instant offer (usually must make a decision in mere days) or sell their home the traditional way.  Selling the traditional way using a real estate agent may result in greater return on your investment.  More companies are investing in technology; therefore, this is playing larger role in helping buyers and sellers satisfy their real estate needs and desires.  As time passes there probably will be fewer realtors; therefore, people will need to develop new skills that will be of value to the consumer.  The IBuyer programs offer greater convenience and less stress to the seller having a predetermined closing date which allows the seller to receive their sales proceeds on that date.  The advantage to this is: allows the seller more easily move forward with their moving plans, including the purchase of their new home.  Some companies are allowing the seller the capability to secure a mortgage for their new home prior to selling their current home by leveraging seller’s cash offer.  This has the capability allowing qualified clients up to six-months with no out-of-pocket cost.  Many home buyers need proceeds from prior home in order to purchase their next home.  In conclusion, these IBuyer programs are probably here to stay, and probably will take on future modifications how house buying and selling will occur.  Also, realtors will need to adjust how they do business, and there may be fewer realtors needed due to technology.   


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