If you have any questions about House Buyer Network™ that have not been completely answered, please feel free to browse our FAQ or give us a call, and we’d be happy to answer them. (855) 835-2544
- Where do you buy property?
- Am I locked into using your service when I submit your form?
- Do you buy townhouses and condos?
- How do you calculate the offer?
- Is it best to contact you by phone, email, or form fill out?
- Are there any fees for your services?
- Do you really buy houses in any condition?
- What information will you need from me to buy my home?
- Are you able to help with houses going into foreclosure?
- Are you realtors who just plan to list my house?
1. Where do you buy property?
We buy houses in all 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico and Canada. We don’t just buy houses in the major cities– we buy homes for cash in rural markets and metropolitan areas. Our network of house buyers enables us to reach more sellers in markets that many “We buy houses” companies and iBuyers don’t serve.
2. Am I locked into using your service when I submit your form?
No. There are no obligations to work with us or accept our cash offer. When you submit the form, we simply assess your property and put together an offer for your home ASAP. It’s then up to you to decide whether you want to work with us!
3. Do you buy townhouses and condos?
Yes. We buy townhouses, condos, duplexes, single-family houses, and multi-family houses.
4. How do you calculate the offer?
Our offers are calculated based on 4 variables. Here’s how it works:
Your Offer = ARV – Repair Costs – Selling Costs – ROI
This is the market value of your home after we buy and renovate your house.
This is what we estimate our cost will be to update the house to current market conditions, and it’s what you are saving (along with your time) if you sell your house to us!
This is an estimate of the cost of selling commissions, excise tax, property tax, utilities, insurance (title and property and escrow fees.) It’s typically around 10% of the ARV.
This is how we pay our contractors and keep the business running. If we didn’t return some level of profit, we wouldn’t be a great business!
5. Is it best to contact you by phone, email, or form fill out?
We prefer sellers fill out our form because this lets us take a quick look at your property and come better prepared to our initial phone call. However, if you prefer to call or email us, by all means! We have some sellers who prefer email only and others who prefer not to fill out their info online. We’re happy to accommodate your preferences.
6. Are there any fees for your services?
No. House Buyer Network does not charge any fees or commission when buying your house. Not only do we not charge fees, we actually pay for all closing costs at settlement!
7. Do you really buy houses in any condition?
Yes. We buy houses AS-IS. This means anything from cosmetic repairs to full guts, we will buy in its current condition. You don’t need to make any repairs or do any cleaning. Even if your home needs extensive repairs due to fire damage, water damage, or structural issues, we will buy it as-is!
8. What information will you need from me to buy my home?
At first, we just need the property address and a good email to get in touch with you.
Our quick form takes you to an optional Step 2 form where we collect more information about your property such as the kind of repairs needed and how long you’ve owned the property.
We also like to gather some info on your situation such as your reason for selling and your timeline to sell. All of this information helps us connect you with local cash buyers from our network who will make you a fair offer!
9. Are you able to help with houses going into foreclosure?
Yes. However, it’s important to call us ASAP ((855) 835-2544), so we can delay any auction and acquire the payoff to give to our title company or closing attorney (depending on the state you’re located in).
10. Are you realtors who just plan to list my house?
No. We are not real estate agents or iBuyers. We are cash buyers who want to buy your house and either flip it or hold onto it as a rental property.