Instant Offer program
Sell your home in 2 weeks or less with an Instant Offer from Gail DeMarco
Top 10 questions regarding the program
How do you determine the offer price?
A Competitive Market Analysis is conducted to determine the current fair market value for the home. The offer price will reflect the current fair market value. To learn more about this process visit 5 Proven Steps To Selling Your Home.
Who is purchasing the home?
Gail DeMarco Real Estate organizes the home to be purchased for all cash through real estate investors across several different platforms and business models. Unlike many other programs throughout the country, this program does not require a 3rd party approval process.
Can I sell my home as-is without doing any repairs?
Yes! Nearly all homes purchased through the Instant Offer Program have been and will continue to be purchased in as-is condition with no repairs.
When can I get my cash…when do I move?
The selling process can be completed in as early as 2 weeks or less if you desire. The date you move can be flexible and determined on a case-by-case basis.
What fees am I paying?
The home is purchased at full fair market value minus a 6% broker commission and program fee. If maximizing your selling potential is the most important aspect of your sale, consider utilizing our other program offers.
Do I have to show my home to anyone?
No! The only people that will need to view the home is the real estate agent that assists you with the sale and a home inspector.
What’s the catch? Why would you offer this program?
There is no catch! We offer the program in order to simplify the selling process and give you control over how and when your home is sold.
What’s the difference between this program and many others?
The Instant Offer Program is a program funded by several different potential investor sources. Instead of having only one all cash buyer, Gail works with an entire network of diverse investors.
How do you determine if my home qualifies?
In order to streamline the approval process, the home must be located within city limits, on public sewer and water systems, built after 1965, fully permitted and reflect a current value of no greater than $500,000. Lastly, the home may not already be listed with a real estate broker.
Additional information and restrictions
- The buyer is a licensed real estate broker in the state of California.
- All offers are contingent upon buyer's approval of inspections.
- There may be more profit potential by selling the home utilizing traditional methods.
- Homes are typically resold within a short period of time of purchasing.
- The buyer reserves the right to decide not to make an offer to purchase the home.
- Additional restrictions apply, program details are subject to change.
- This is not intended to be a solicitation if your home is already listed for sale.
Please call us with any questions.(904) 640-8000