Do You Want to Avoid Paying Expensive REALTOR® Commissions?

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When it comes time to sell your home, the last thing you want to think about is just how much of your money your agent is going to get. Is there a way to avoid paying expensive REALTOR®  fees when selling your home? There sure is and we can help.

Sell Your Home Fast 

Save time with listing your home for sale the traditional way. We will assess your property, make an offer, and have you on your way. Once the offer is accepted, we will move quickly to get you your funds. No need to wait on an agent to market your property to ready buyers, we’ll buy it from you at a fair price.

Keep More Cash in Pocket

Without the worry of REALTOR®  commissions, you get to keep more money in your pocket. You don’t pay us a commission to buy your home meaning you get to keep more of the equity you’ve spent years building up.

No Remodeling Needed

Forget paying for renovations or updates to your property. We’ll take it as is. No longer do you have to worry about staging, repairs, or even showings. There’s no need to have strangers coming in and out of your home.

Skip the Inspections

Don’t worry about hiring an appraiser or home inspector to tell you what your home is worth. We will run honest and fair assessments of your property prior to making an offer on your home. You will know exactly what your home is worth and what other properties in your area are selling for. 

No more commission fees to pay, no more stressful showings, no updates needed to your property. There are many advantages to selling your home with Keller Home Solutions that don’t require you pay those expensive REALTOR®  fees. We’re here to help. Give us a call when you are ready to sell your home and want to consider all your options. 

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