Sell Your House Fast During Divorce
We Buy Houses As-Is Before or After Divorce
Are you looking for a buy for your house during your divorce settlement? Are you having financial difficulty that you need to get out of right away? If so, we can help. Local Guy Buys Houses can assess your property, make a cash offer, and close the sale in as little as a week. We buy houses as-is regardless of your situation or the condition of your property.
We understand that a divorce settlement is a time-sensitive issue. So, we waste no time in getting back to you with an offer after you contact us. We simplify the process by eliminating the steps in a traditional home sale and buying directly from you. You don't have to prep the home, hire a realtor, or list the property. You also don’t waste time with amateur home buyers who may or may not commit.
Before you call the realtor, contact us first. Fill out our online form or call for a fast cash offer. Sell your house fast to Local Guy Buys Houses.
Sell Your House for Any Reason. We’ll Buy it Anyway
- Old house
- Financial hardship
- Vacant house
- Short sale
Whether you’re living in the home or moved out, selling a house isn’t easy during divorce. A traditional home sale may not work for you, because it can take too long. A family law attorney may also bring up legal issues that keep you from selling the house on the market.
By simplifying the process, we make it easier for any divorced couple to sell the home and work out their settlement. We’ve worked with home sellers in all types of situations including
Are you going through financial hardship as a result of your divorce? Is bankruptcy an option you’re considering to get out of your mortgage? Our cash home sale solution allows you to sell the house quickly and raise the cash to pay off your mortgage and other debts. You don’t have to file bankruptcy or destroy your credit.
If you can’t catch up on your late mortgage payments and the bank is threatening to foreclose, we can help you avoid foreclosure by buying your house right now and paying cash. We can work with your lender to help you pay the remaining balance on the loan. You can sell your house, pay the debt, and get a fresh start.
Vacant or Abandoned House
Have one or both parties moved out of the house? Are you planning to sell the house after the divorce is finalized? Whether you have a single-owner or joint mortgage, you can sell the house no matter how long it’s been empty. You don't have to list it on the market and wait for a buyer. We can make an offer right now and speed up the sale so that you can reach a settlement.
Sell Your House As-Is in 4 Easy Steps
If you're in a situation where you need to sell your family home right away to divide the proceeds and settle your divorce case, a traditional home sale may not work for you. Our cash home sale solution allows you to sell your house fast and get out of your mortgage in these four easy steps:
Step 2: Schedule an Appointment
We will schedule an appointment to ask you a few more questions about the house so that we can put together a fair cash offer that works for both of us.
Step 3: Get a No-Obligation Offer
We will buy your house as-is regardless of its condition. You never have to worry about paying fees, commissions, or repairs. Get a quick cash offer in as little as 24 hours.
Step 4: You Cash Your Check!
The last and most important step is you receive the check for your house! We love helping as many people in our local community as possible, and buying homes for top cash value.
There’s no need to make home repairs, hire a real estate agent, list the house, show the house, haggle with buyers, wait for the loan to come through, and go through a long closing process. We eliminate all these needless steps by buying your house directly from you. All you have to do is accept our offer, sign the title transfer, and get cash. You walk away with no strings attached.
What Are the Advantages of a Cash Home Sale During Divorce?
There are several distinct advantages of a cash home sale that make it your best option when you are getting a divorce.
You Don’t Have to Wait to Settle
A traditional home sale can often delay a divorce proceeding because you have to wait to close on a deal. It can take months to find a buyer. We speed up the process by offering cash for your house and buying it as-is. In most cases, we can close in one to three weeks. However, we can possibly expedite your sale so that you can close in as little as seven days. You don’t have to wait to sell your house during divorce.
There Are No Selling Costs
Whether you have a single-owner or joint mortgage, selling a house can cost you thousands of dollars. Home repairs, closing costs, and realtor commissions can significantly eat into your profits. You’ll end up with even less if you have to split the proceeds. When you sell to our team, you pay zero selling costs. It puts more money back in your pocket and can ease the financial burden..
Get a Guaranteed Offer
There may be a lot of people interested in your house. You may even get a few offers. However, there are no guarantees that buyers will qualify for a loan or follow through with the purchase. Local Guy Buys Houses is a team of seasoned home buyers. We do our homework, make a fair offer, and follow through. We have the resources to pay cash for your house without having to apply for a loan.
Sell Your Home Fast for Cash
If you need to sell your house fast but don’t want the hassle of a traditional home sale, contact Local Guy Buys Houses. We buy houses as-is. No repairs are needed. Avoid closing costs and realtor commissions. Close in as little as seven days. Call 855-205-5999 to get a fast cash offer from our local home buyers.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cash Home Sales
Choosing to sell your house during a divorce is influenced by both emotional and financial factors. Selling early can bring quick cash but may make splitting assets tricky. On the other hand, selling later gives more flexibility but requires ongoing communication with your former spouse.
The decision to sell post-divorce largely hinges on what both parties agree upon. Some choose to sell right away due to financial needs or emotional relief, while others delay for varying reasons. There's no set rule, as individual situations and housing market trends play a role.
If a single ex-spouse sells the house post-divorce, they can use the $250,000 tax-free gain. But, if both names are on the deed and both lived there sufficiently, each might qualify for the $250,000 exemption, irrespective of their marital status during the sale.