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How Do I Sell My House In San Diego For Cash?

The process is really simple. First, we start with your in-home consultation to learn more about you and your home. From there we use Our Flipping Equation to determine what our highest and best offer can be. Finally, if you accept, cash can be in your bank account in as little as 14 days!

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Start by filling out the form. It will only take 5 minutes and we will take care of the rest.

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We’ll Contact You

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We’ll set up an in-home consultation to determine how much we can offer on your home.

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Get Your Cash!

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If you like your offer, schedule a closing date (of your choosing) and get your cash!

Get A Guaranteed Offer Today! 💰

Get a fair offer on your house (with full transparency).

Free one hour in-home consultation with home value estimate.

Absolutely NO obligation or commitment required.

What do you have to lose? Remember, it's 100% Risk-Free!

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Let’s Get Straight To The Point: Our All-Cash Offer Equation


[After Renovation Value] – [Rehab Costs] – [Fixed Costs] – [Profit] = Your All Cash Offer

home buying checkmark After Renovation Value (ARV) – What we can sell the home for after we buy it and after we fix it up.

home buying checkmark Rehab Cost – The costs associated with fixing and rehabbing the property.

home buying checkmark Fixed Cost – Our costs associated with holding and reselling the property. Such as insurance, taxes, utilities, closing costs, and any agent fees we experience when reselling. This is typically about 10% of the After Renovation Value (ARV).

home buying checkmark Profit – Our profits from flipping the house.

Ready to see a real-life example?

Let’s dive right in.


Real-Life Case Study: Ready To Become A Flipping Expert?

Here is an example from one of our recent flips. This house was still in its original condition (oak cabinets, wallpaper, old carpet, etc.) and according to an agent, if left in its original condition it would sell for $580,000.

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There were also other similar houses for sale in the neighborhood (same square feet, the same number of bedrooms, etc.), but those had recently been upgraded with items such as new roofs, granite countertops, new cabinets, new carpet, remodeled bathrooms, and new paint inside and out. The upgraded houses sold for $700,000.

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You may be wondering if those houses sold for $700,000, why wouldn’t the owner be able to sell his house for the same? The reason those houses sold for more is because of the upgrades that were put into them. If you were shopping for a new home and saw two similar houses both listed for $700,000, but one was in its original condition and the other had all these amazing upgrades, which one would you buy?

Now that we have some numbers and understand how upgrades in a house can affect the listing price, the owner now has to make a decision.

At This Point, There Are Two Options…

Option A: Sell With An Agent

Sell house for $580,000

Subtract Selling Fees

**assuming house only takes 2 months to sell**

Holding Costs -$3,000/mo

Closing Costs -$11,600

6% Agent fee -$34,800

Total Cost To Sell: $52,400

Selling Price – Cost To Sell = Total Profit

($580,000) – ($52,400) = $527,600

*This is best case scenario. Now imagine if it took 4 or 5 months to sell? That would increase the holding costs which would lower your profit and not to mention the headache it would cause – the unknown of when and if the house will finally sell so you can move on…

Option B: Sell With Us

All Cash Offer Equation

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After Renovation Value [ARV] = $700,000

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Subtract Our Costs

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Rehab -$80,000

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Fixed -$70,000

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Profit -$50,000

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This is a guaranteed sale with cash in your bank account asap AND close on the date of YOUR choosing!!

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Now you have a decision to make…

Sell your home for a guaranteed sale of $500k and have the cash in your bank account in as little as 14 days OR cross your fingers and hope for a ‘maybe’ sale of $527k depending on whether it takes 4 or 5 months to sell.


Ready To See How Much You Can Make Selling Your Home With Us?

Not sold yet? We get it, it’s a big decision!

This is why we want you to be as comfortable and confident as possible through the entire process. Check out all these advantages you get when selling with us that no one else can guarantee!

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Advantages Of Selling With We Buy Houses In San Diego

Sell extremely fast. You can close in as little as 14 days.
We Buy As-Is. No need to clean or make repairs.
No open houses or people constantly walking in and out of your home.
Close on the date of your choosing. Stay in the house as long as needed.
No bank inspections or appraisals.
Guaranteed sale of your house. Take the guesswork out of it.
No Agent Fees.
We Pay All Closing Costs.


If You Made It This Far…What’s Stopping You From Getting Your Free Offer?

Seriously, it probably took you longer to read all of this than it would to get your FREE offer.

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Get A Guaranteed Offer Today! 💰

Get a fair offer on your house (with full transparency).

Free one hour in-home consultation with home value estimate.

Absolutely NO obligation or commitment required.

What do you have to lose? Remember, it's 100% Risk-Free!

We promise 100% privacy. Your information will not be shared.

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