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Since 2002

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We were falling behind on our mortgage when we contacted House Buyer Network. Not only did they help us sell our property, but it was sold quickly and with real class.

We were able to save our credit and walk away from the closing table with cash in our pockets. What a big relief! Thanks House Buyer Network.

–Timothy and Julie U.

Our Simple 3 Step Process

Fill Out the Form – Process One

Step 1

Fill Out the Form

and we’ll get in touch with you right away, and make an appointment to inspect your home.

 

Cash Offer For Your Home

Step 2

We'll Make an Offer

We’ll meet you at the property and make you a fair cash offer for your home.

 

Offer Choice - Process 3

Step 3

You Accept and We Close

If you like the offer, we’ll close on a date of your choice!

 

Benefits of Working With Us

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Cash Offer

When you fill out the form or call us, we will get you a no-obligation cash offer.

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Close Fast

In most situations we can close within a few weeks or less.

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Easy Process

Our goal at House Buyer Network™ is to make the home-selling experience straight forward and stress free.

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As-Is

Forget about making those costly repairs. We'll buy your home in it's current condition.

House Buyer Network™ is North America's largest home selling solutions service.

Our professional, experienced home buyers have processed more than $100 billion in property since 2002 and in 2019 we're off to a great start helping home sellers just like yourself.

We buy houses across the U.S. and Canada, so our home buyers can assist you in the home selling process no matter where you need to sell a house.

We're also the only company who gives you two options for selling a house fast. See our Solutions page for full details.

 

We Will Buy Your House Regardless of the Situation

  • Mortgage Issues
  • Behind on Taxes
  • Problem Tenants
  • Title Issues
  • Divorce
  • Condemned Property
  • Probate
  • No Equity
  • Expired Listing
  • Pre-foreclosure
  • Bankruptcy
  • Retiring
  • Fire Damage
  • Code Violations
  • Hoarders
  • Downsizing
  • Liquidating assets
  • Disability
  • Title Issues
  • Liens
  • Squatters
  • Inherited
  • Trouble Selling
  • Ugly House
  • Extensive Repairs
  • Job Loss
  • Relocation
  • Medical Bills
  • Legal Bills
  • Judgements

Why “Average Sale Price” Statistics are Misleading

One of the most common statistics used when gauging the strength of an area’s real estate market is the average sale price of its homes, but looking into that figure more deeply reveals just how misleading it can be.

When listing a home for sale, most realtors establish a price for the home based on market comps of the area — taking into account what other houses sold for and how the home they are listing compares to those. That price is a gross sale price, however, and doesn’t reflect what the home owner actually receives from the sale. The difference between the gross sale price and the amount with which the seller actually gets to walk away from closing is affected by a number of factors.

Determining Net Proceeds

Most people would be surprised to discover that home owners in hot U.S. real estate markets like California, Florida or Las Vegas often receive offers for their homes that actually exceed the asking price. That is because in almost all other U.S. cities, statistics suggest that a realtor usually secures an average sales price of only 92 to 95% of the listing price. In addition, a number of other costs must be subtracted from that figure as well:

  • 5 to 7% for realtor commission
  • 3% toward the buyer’s closing costs (on average)
  • Realtor-recommended upgrades to make the house show better: new paint, carpet, minor landscaping, etc.

After all costs are figured in, the seller often walks away with only 75 to 85% of what the house “sold” for.

This should not reflect negatively on realtors by any means — their services are still very much in demand and are invaluable for many home owners — but the more people realize the difference between what their home sells for and what they actually net, the more the number selling their home through “non-traditional” methods continues to rise.

It’s easy to find two houses on the same street in any neighborhood in the U.S. where the seller who sold their house for a higher price actually received less money at closing. If real estate prices were discussed in terms of net price to the seller rather than gross sales price, more home owners would discover that, for them, alternate channels for selling their home are more profitable than going through a realtor.