Your question is not sufficiently clear to provide you the correct answer.
The question must be asked, "Do you NEED to sell your home on a cash basis?"
This means is your home is a sate of disrepair that the sale will not be financed by a traditional mortgage provider. The cash price offers for such properties ARE reflective of condition, not simply a discount because it it a cash purchase.
You may be in a situation where time is an urgent issue and you believe a cash purchase will be the solution to meet the urgency. That requires a different strategy.
Here in Dunedin/Palm Harbor FL nearly 40% of homes sale, at all price points are cash purchases. These sale are not for distressed home and they are NOT discounted.
There are many models for selling a home, in any condition and under a wide range of situation.
The past years have compelled real estate professionals to develop many strategies to help home owner sell their houses.
Pick up the phone and call a Kalamazoo REALTOR and have a chat regarding the three most obvious options available to you.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
There are many good buyers with cash in the Kalamazoo market looking for property. I have had four cash sales this year and work with a couple investors actively looking to buy more real estate. If your home is in need of repairs and can't easily be financed, or if you need a quick, uncomplicated sale, this can be a wonderful option.
All the best.
If you want to sell for 60% to 70% of the market value, go for it. You can probably get more just by picking any agent and listing it. If you want a good price, pick an excellent agent and listen to what they say. You'll put more money in your pocket.
Yes there are companies and individuals who do pay cash for properties. But many of these people will pay you under market Value for the property, usually it is well under market value.
Contact a local Realtor and see if they have any investors that are interested in purchasing local properties. Or look online for local property buyers and contact them. It doesn't hurt to get an idea of what they are willing to pay. If you are truly interested in selling your property, have a local Realtor run some comparables for you to see what similar properties sell for. Also find out what the average time on the market is for homes in your area, you may be pleasantly surprised.
The bottom line is, weigh out all of your options and make a smart decision.