Understand Your Home Selling Options

Many people think that there is just one way to sell a home. The default option is to hire a Realtor, market the home, review offers and go through a traditional 30-60 day escrow. It’s true that you are most likely to get the best final selling price with this method, but are you really … Continued

How Soon Do You Need to Move?

A lot of home sellers who come to Offer4Cash are looking to sell as soon as possible. They may be in a tough financial situation and trying to avoid a foreclosure or short sale. Perhaps they’re going through a divorce, job relocation or some other circumstance that necessitates and quick and easy cash sale. Or, … Continued

What Should You Do with That Property You’re Not Using?

Do you own a property in the Central Valley that you don’t really use? Perhaps you originally bought it as an investment or to fix up and use as a rental or personal vacation property. Maybe you inherited it from a relative and it’s just been sitting there for months (or years) unused. You might … Continued

Tax Tips For Selling Your the Central Valley House!

If you are selling a house in the Central Valley, you will need to understand your tax liabilities. The following tips and information should help you when preparing to sell and when preparing your taxes! For specific questions, contact a trusted tax professional, or the IRS!  Not All Profits Are Taxable As long as certain conditions … Continued

Alternatives to Listing Your Home in the Central Valley: Explained

Are you looking to sell your home in the Central Valley? If so, we want to share some possible alternatives to a traditional listing with a real estate agent. Many people aren’t aware of the different options that are actually available!  Selling your house can be an overwhelming task. The process of listing isn’t always as simple as … Continued

What to Do with an Inherited Property

We see it all the time at Offer4Cash. Someone inherits a Central Valley home from a family member and they don’t know what to do with it. Sure, it was a nice gesture to leave you the property, but now it is putting a burden on you. This is especially true if you live outside … Continued