It depends. Generally they weigh the cost of having you evicted and taking the chance that you will vandalize the property or leave a large amount of damage and debris against having you moving willingly within 2 weeks and having the house broom clean, which means that ALL of your personal belongings are removed, closets, cabinets and floors are swept and free of debris and all personal items are removed from the grounds. The cash-for-keys agent will inspect the property once you move out and give you the check if everything looks as promised. I have never known them to give more than $4,500. If they go through the eviction they could put you out in a very short amount of time, move your personal items to storage or put them on the curb and you would not receive anything and would have to hire an attorney. Something is always better than nothing. Good luck.