Full Price Offer For Your House

“No Closing Costs, No Inspections, No Repairs.”

How Do I Get a Full Price Offer for my House?


Selling your Florida house for full price to us is fast and easy because we eliminate the “middlemen” (agents or banks). We do not depend on approvals or inspections from third parties in order to buy your house. More importantly, we aren’t giving you some “low-ball” offer either. Everything we do to buy your house is based on creating a win-win scenario for everyone.

Selling to Us Is Easy!


You Fill Out Our Form

We Need a little bit of information from you,  so that we can start our analysis and get your Full Price Offer.

We Analyze Your Property

Our Analysts use dozens of Data Sources to review the value of your house.

You Get A Full Price Offer

You receive a no-obligation, completely free Full Price Offer on your House.

How Can You Offer Full Price for My House?


Get More For Your House

We look for the win-win situations. This means the deal has to be good for you, but it also has to be good for us. We’ll work with you to show you how you can get more than your asking price choosing one way to do the deal or another. 

How to Sell to Us

We step you through the process. We explain all of the options and dispell some of the myths surrounding some of the financing options, and step you through the process.

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Scenario 1

You want to sell your house, so you contact a realtor.

Your house is valued at $300,000 on the current market. You have a mortgage balance of $190,000 and you are current on the payments. 

Closing costs are around $15,000

Inspection fees, and Repair costs are about $5000

Appraisal is $500

Agent fees are 6% or $18,000

After meeting with the Realtor, they determine your house is worth $300,000 on the market. You agree to list it with them. 

Another agent submits a contract on behalf of a buyer, and that contract is for your full asking price.

The buyer will be getting a bank loan to pay for the house, and the bank requires a home inspection, well inspection and appraisal.

You accept the contract.

The home inspection found a few items that need repair, and the buyer has requested that those be completed before purchase.

You have to hire a licensed electrician, and contractor to do the work. 

It takes 3 months for everything to be complete so that you can go to settlement.

At settlement, you have to pay the appraisal, inspection fees, closing costs, and Real Estate Agent Fees.

So What Do Our Deal Structures Look Like?

Here’s how we do what we do.

Offering Terms

It’s not the fastest strategy but it absolutely is the best.  Many people would sell this way if the risk were lower. Well, we’ve lowered it.

All Cash Offers

We can buy with an all-cash offer.  There’s just math around making sure our purchase makes sense.

Short Term Rentals

We do the work, you get paid. We can buy your house and still do STR, or we can do it together.


Never heard of a Novation deal?  Well let’s demystify this great deal structure.


What are option agreements?  Simply put, options are easier to understand than you thought.


Landlords buy properties and deal with tenants.  This might be a solution for you. Learn how we can work with you on this strategy.

List Your Property

Typical.  Listing with an agent is another way to NOT get the most money for your property.

Subject To

Why we never ever ever buy on Subject To.  the reason might surprise you.