We're ready to show you how easy moving on can be
From requesting the purchase offer to signing the contract, we’ve made the process fast and easy.
Now that we are under contract, we’ll schedule a home inspection to check everything about.
CLOSE AND MOVE
You picked your closing day. There are few things to do before you move on.
We're Excited to see Your Home - Inspection Time
Work with Trusted Cash Offer to schedule a time for an inspector to come out and review your home.
An independent inspector will inspect the condition of your home at no cost to you.
Based on the inspection, we’ll determine if we missed anything requiring a repair credit.
RELAX UNTIL CLOSING
Because you sold to us, and picked the day you wanted to close, all you need to do now is relax.
We are elated to buy your home, and we will need to see everything in it so serve you better and get you a fair price. We inspect your property with our trusted staff who look for features that may not be up to code, structural damage, and evaluate the overall condition of the property. The inspection process is usually 20-30 minutes.
Scheduling the Inspection
Once the contract is signed, we get to work! If there is a tenant in the property and you wish to keep the home sale candid, you may let your residents know that we are simply evaluating what repairs and rehab that need to be done on the property, and that’s exactly what we are doing. We would like access immediately to ensure a speedy home selling process.
A Trusted Cash Offer staff member will arrive at your property ready to take photos and notes for our contractor. The main area of concern are following : roof, foundation, A/C units, electrical, plumbing, drywall condition, termites, water damage, floor plan, functionality, and flooring.
We understand that our company and our partners will be rehabbing/remodelling your home for a retail sale, so we will need to know what the total cost of the rehab will be shortly after our inspection.
The Trusted Cash Offer Homeowner Consultant will work independently from the third-party inspector, walking through the home to identify any issues that may affect our ability to sell it. We may ask you a few questions and take some pictures.