“We used offer pas to sell our house. After all of the bad reviews we we nervous. We were ok with the 7% fee. We spent over a thousand dollars fixing up our home but after the inspection they wanted 9950 in repairs to repaint the inside and out side of the house, nrw carpet and a couple more repairs so I have to deduct a star. They were extremely helpful. Josie was nice. If you no what you are getting into and want flexibility with your move dates AND don't want to pay for all the repairs before listing your home than this is for you.”
“My wife wanted to be closer to her job; neither of us liked our neighborhood and we didn't want to go through the rigmarole of selling; so we chose Offerpad. Initially, they offered us $125K (our pay-off was $100K) but there were $16,500K in deductions. In the end, we were left with enough to pay-off our mortgage, the credit card we used to do minor repairs before the inspector came and about $6K for our pockets. If you want to get out of your home and start a new life somewhere else, Offerpad is the way to go but if you want to maximize your home's value and leave with a lot more pocket change, be patient and sell it the traditional way.
Conclusion: what we liked most was that they paid off our mortgage and monies owed to us literally within an hour after closing; what we liked least was the 7% fee (most realtors charge 3%). One last thing, I got hit with a $500 "clean-up" fee after closing because I left "trash" in the backyard. My advice to you, when your home inspector and marketing consultant comes through, ask the consultant to do a "yard inspection" so they can identify anything that may leave you with less money. I hated being nickeled and dimed.”