FAQ'S

Are you Realtors?
One or more of our owners hold an active Real Estate license but it is important to note that we are not acting as a Realtor. Realtors are typically looking to list your property on the open market and charge you a 6% commission when your home is sold. We are direct cash buyers with a team of investors that buy and sell properties for a profit. Our business thrives on buying homes from regular homeowners like you. Most owners don’t realize that committing to list their property with a realtor also may mean that they are obligated to pay the brokerage the 6% commission regardless of whether they find a buyer themselves or through the Realtor.
If I submit my property details to get a cash offer, how long do I have to accept it?
Typically the time allotted to accept an offer we have made to you is 15 days, however please check with your assigned acquisition specialist.
If I submit my property details to get a cash offer, am I obligated to accept the offer?
No, there is no obligation to accept any offer you receive from My Quick Home Buyers. An offer is just an offer that you can be accepted/denied or ignored. However once the contract has been signed and delivered to all parties it is a legally binding document where both parties have obligations to each other. Please refer to your contract to read those obligations or call your assigned transaction manager if you have any questions. 
How soon can you close?
My Quick Home Buyers can typically close a transaction within 30-45 days, unless an unforeseen issue arises that causes a delay. For example, if we discover a lien or title issue that must be resolved by the seller, this could delay a closing since we would need to wait on this issue to be cleared before we can close, unless it was agreed otherwise.
What state do you buy property in?
We buy properties in Florida only, specifically Broward, Miami-Dade & Palm Beach Counties
What types of properties do you buy?
We buy Single Family homes, Multi Family properties, Condos, Townhomes, and Vacant land 
How can you buy my property without seeing it?
It sounds kinda odd to make an offer sight unseen. However we are a very unique company that does a large volume of transactions. Since we are local to South Florida and we know the backyard very well. We only schedule to see the property before closing and during our initial inspection period. 
What title company do you close with?
We close all our transactions with South Florida's Best Title Company Giannell Title. A local title company owned and operated by experienced attorneys. They are located at: 3343 W. Commercial Blvd Suite 100, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 and can be reached directly at 954-449-6896.
Who holds the deposit on your Real Estate Contracts?
All deposits also known as escrow money will be held by a third party: South Florida's Best Title Company Giannell Title. A local title company owned and operated by experienced attorneys. They are located at: 3343 W. Commercial Blvd Suite 100, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 and can be reached directly at 954-449-6896.
At closing, how will my cash be received?
We use South Florida's Best Title Company Giannell Title will facilitate our closings. They will send you your proceeds at the conclusion of our transaction. You can decide to receive your cash by check or by direct deposit into your bank account. If you have any questions on this. You may contact your assigned transaction manager or reach out to Giannell Title directly at 954-449-6896.
Are there any closing costs when I sell to you?
As a courtesy we cover your closing costs, which is typically 1.5% of the purchase price, this is a savings right back into your pocket.
Are there any fees that will be deducted from the purchase price I see on the contract?
As a courtesy My Quick Home Buyers will cover your closing costs, which is typically 1.5% of the purchase price, this is a savings right back into your pocket. There are other fees they may be deducted from your purchase price if they are applicable, such as prorated property taxes, seller mortgage payoff amount, delinquent Association fees, liens, violations, unpaid child support, judgments and seller attorney fees to name a few. Please refer to your contract or call your assigned transaction manager if you have any questions.
What’s the difference between a cash buyer and a buyer with bank financing?
A cash buyer is prepared to make a full payment on the house in cash. They don't need to obtain approval from a bank. On the other hand, a buyer with financing is someone who purchases your home by securing financing from a bank, and will need the bank's approval, which must be obtained by getting an appraisal, survey and having their credit checked among other things. This extra red tape can sometimes lead to contract fall cancellations due to reasons out of the buyers control. So in other words, a buyer with financing can love the property and be denied financing from the bank while under contract. Here at My Quick Home Buyers, we are cash buyers.
Will My Quick Home Buyers buy a property that already has a tenant?
Yes, this is NOT a deal breaker, we often buy properties from owners who already have a tenant in place. Whether the tenant's rent is current or delinquent we can still buy the property and take over as the new landlord without disrupting the tenant in the process. It is important that you disclose in writing if we will need to buy the property with the tenant and what the terms of the rental agreement are.
I live out of state, do I need to be physically present at the time closing?
No, upon request out title company can help you facilitate a remote closing using RON technology (Remote Online Notarization) and also have your closing proceeds wired to your bank account.
I’m local, can I attend the closing in person?
Absolutely, our title company Giannell Title is conveniently located at 3343 West Commercial Boulevard, Suite 100, Fort Lauderdale FL 33309. Once your closing is scheduled, you may attend closing signing in person.
I own my property with multiple owners, can I still sell you my property without them?
No, all owners on title must agree and sign at the time of contract and at closing. If there are any owners that are deceased or incarcerated, please let us know so we can help find a solution.

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