Yes probably in this market. But.... you may actually sell for a higher net if you list the property on the MLS and offer at least 2.5% to the Buyer's agent. The cash investors that are paying above market value have Realtors searching for properties for them and if you are not offering a commission to a buyer's agent they will bypass your property.
You can find a flat fee listing Realtor to put your property on the MLS. Then wait a week and if your property is a viable rental property (no backyard pool) then you should get mutlple cash offers above a price it can possibly appraise for.
All the best,