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Frequently Asked Questions

Who usually sells houses to Tunnie Buys Houses?

People with all different situations sell to us, but they all share one thing in common: They want to sell a house quickly, and to someone who has their best interest and can meet their needs. 

Here are just some of the reasons people sell to us:

  • Need to sell an inherited property quickly.

  • Want to unload a rental property with problem renters.

  • Relocating or job transfer.

  • Going through a divorce.

  • Falling behind on mortgage payments and facing possible foreclosure.

  • Not wanting to deal with a structural or repair issues.

  • Simply moving, but not wanting to mess with repairs, painting, or cleaning.

  • Not enough equity to sell traditionally.

  •  Vacancies or not producing income.

  •  ...and more.

What is your process on buying my home?

We follow a quick and simple process that makes things easy for sellers:

  • CALL US TO SCHEDULE A VISIT. Give us a little information about your house. You can do this by calling us at 405-413-5121, or by using the contact form on this website.

  • GET AN OFFER & OTHER OPTIONS. We will answer any questions you have about us and evaluate the condition of your house. If buying makes sense from an investment standpoint, you’ll get an offer for your house. If we do not make an offer for your home, we will provide you with various solutions to your situation.

  • CLOSE ON YOUR SCHEDULE. You are under no obligation to accept our offer. But if you do, we’ll set up a closing time that works for you, so you can get your cash and move on as quickly as you wish.

How do you determine the offer you will make for my home?

After buying many homes & condos, we have developed a estimation system. Before making you an offer, we will will evaluate a number of factors, including the following:

  • The current condition of your house.

  • The approximate cost of repairs and renovations required.

  • The amount of time it will take to renovate your house.

  • The after repair value of your house, compared to other homes in the area.

  • The amount of real estate commissions required to sell your home after renovation.

  • The cost of maintaining the house until it’s ready to sell, including insurance, utilities, taxes, loan payments, and more.

The estimated after repair value of your renovated house, minus these costs, helps us arrive at the offer that we make.

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