The answer is simple: SnapDoor enables transparency throughout the home selling process. As a result, buyers compete for your home and you can comparison shop for the offer that best meets your preferences. SnapDoor does not charge sellers for the use of its technology platform. Sellers have FREE access to a quick and efficient marketplace to sell their home.
When you decide to sell your house, there are three different options (described below) that are available to you. Of the three, SnapDoor's online marketplace is the most likely to: (a) result in a quick sale, (b) generate the highest net proceeds, and (c) pose the least amount of risk.
First, you can try to sell it on your own. Unless you're a real estate expert, this option will likely be full of headaches, yielding less than optimal sales price. And more costly than you may think.
Second, you can hire a real estate agent and sell your home by listing it on the local Multiple Listing Service ("MLS"). Unless your agent is an expert negotiator who knows how to handle multiple offers with auction-like efficiency, you may or may not end up with the best possible offer. This is especially true if your market is characterized by low inventory and competitive offers for homes. The process can also be time consuming if the initial pricing was off.
Third, you can hire a real estate agent, list the home on MLS as in the second option, but also use the power of the SnapDoor marketplace to solicit the best possible offer -- not just the best possible price (competitive sales mechanisms generally yield a higher price for sellers) but also the best non-price terms that minimize the risk of the transaction falling through. Buyers compete on both price and non-price terms for your house.
And if the SnapDoor approach fails to generate a great offer, traditional marketing methods are still open to you. SnapDoor poses no additional risk for sellers, just additional benefits.
SnapDoor lets you close with confidence!
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