Selling To Elevated Home Buyers vs. Listing With A Local Colorado Agent

You want options, I understand that.  I’ve sold many houses over the years in Colorado, many of them remodeled and in move in condition, and trust me, even then it can be a frustrating and unpredictable process.  Buyers are increasingly picky regarding home condition and inspection companies are more than happy to oblige, often picking apart every aspect of the home and scaring potential buyers, causing dropped contracts and wasted time and money.  At the end of the day you want the most money possible for your home with the least amount of hassle.  Lets dive into the details and see how these two options compare.

Selling w/ An Agent SOLD To Elevated Home Buyers
Commissions / Fees: 6% on average is paid by you, the seller NONE
Who Pays Closing Costs?: 2% on average is paid by you, the seller NONE – I pay all costs
Inspection & Financing Contingency*: Yes, up to 15% of sales fall through NONE
Appraisal Needed: Yes, sale is often subject to appraisal NONE – I make cash offers
Average Days Until Sold: +/- 91 Days IMMEDIATE CASH OFFER
Number of Showings: It Depends NONE
Closing Date: 30-60 +/- days after accepting buyers offer The Date Of YOUR CHOICE
Who Pays For Repairs?: Negotiated During Inspection Period NONE – I pay for all repairs

Work The Numbers And See Which Way Helps You Get There…

As a simple visualization, if you are thinking of listing your home at $200,000 dollars in Colorado Springs, you would end up paying the following costs to sell your house.

Real Estate Commissions: $12,000

Closing Costs: $3,500

Tax, Mortgage Interest (150K loan), Insurance (90 Days listing to sale):  $1,500

Home Repair Costs: Varies, usually $2,000-$4,000 on a home in good condition already.

Total: $20,000

You can see that you would end up netting a total of $180,000 from your original purchase price.  And that’s hoping the house still closes 90 days after listing and doesn’t fall through with an inspection objection or a loan objection.

I of course am not a retail buyer, but depending on your priorities and situation I can offer you a very fair price with many other advantages and guarantees you simply can’t get from selling your home conventionally.

Such as…

I can close quickly, in 7 days, 14 days, its your decision!

I recently closed on a house in 3 business days, I have the cash and financial partners to buy your home quickly with absolutely no contingencies or risk of fall through.

You can leave the house “as is” no cleanup, no repairs

Perhaps you think your house is too messy, cluttered or broken to be sold, trust me, I’ve seen it all.  If its a burden for you, and has kept you from listing or selling, don’t worry, I can take care of it.  I’ve bought homes which have required multiple 40 yard dumpsters.  I’ve also purchased houses that have water damage, smoke damage, and structural damage.

No closing fees or commissions

I work directly with the title company, there are no real estate agents and the closing fees are paid by me.

I can offer you the highest cash price

I don’t have a large marketing department, or an in house construction company.  I’m a singular investor, and less overhead means I can offer more money for your property!




There is of course no obligation whatsoever to see what I can do for you.  I’d be happy to discuss your options!


See for yourself and get a fair all-cash offer on your house today.

Just fill out the short form below or give me a call at (719) 398-1042 and let’s chat! The process is simple and you can close on the date of your choice. You have nothing to lose by getting an offer (no obligations – no pressure). But you could potentially lose thousands of dollars or months of your time by not requesting your FREE house offer below. 

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*An inspection contingency lets the buyer have time to do an inspection and back out of the sale or negotiate a new price if there are repairs that need to be done. If you can’t come to an agreement with the buyer, the buyer has the right to back out of the sale. Similar, a financing contingency gives the buyer the wiggle room to back out of the purchase if they can’t obtain a loan or if the home doesn’t appraise for the value that the bank needs to close the loan.

Here at Elevated Home Buyers I don’t use bank financing so you don’t have to worry about my ability to close on a deal.