We Buy Houses in Las Vegas, NV
Selling a Las Vegas house is not a walk in the park. But some homeowners want to sell as fast as possible.
Many homeowners only stay for a while or move to another state suddenly to start a job.
Of course, cash is king not just in the casinos but for some homeowners. If your home is nearing foreclosure and you’ve lost your job, you need cash in your hands — fast!
We believe nobody deserves to lose their house.
At Nevada Cash Offer, we proffer win-win solutions to Las Vegas homeowners. We buy houses in Las Vegas with structural damage, legal issues, and tax problems in 7-21 days. We even buy houses with zero equity and give a small compensation, so you don’t move out empty-handed.
How We Buy Las Vegas Houses In Less Than Two Weeks
The first step starts with you if you want to sell your Las Vegas house fast. We’ll need you to contact us with details about your property to grasp what’s in store.
You can fill this form with your info or contact us via a phone call. We’re always ready to assess your situation, even if you have cold feet about selling.
All of the above will happen within 24 hours. After that, we’ll request an appointment for one of our experts to visit your property. It’s due diligence on our part to confirm the situation of the house.
We’ll get back to you with a written no-obligation offer if we like what we see. And as you accept our offer, we’ll start working on getting cash in your hands.
The title company will prepare the necessary documents to transfer the title to us. If everything goes smoothly, we’ll close the deal in 7 days. Otherwise, the transaction may last 14 to 28 days.
Why You Should Sell Us Your House in Las Vegas to Nevada Cash Offer
We are property investors who genuinely look forward to buying “ugly” houses. There’s no discrimination about location, curb appeal, or attention to detail like in dealing with traditional buyers.
As long as your house is standing, we’re always ready to buy. And we do it fast — all cash.
In short, these are benefits you stand to gain from selling to us.
We are not realtors and don’t charge a fee on the final sale price. What you see (cash offer) is what you get. This alone saves you cost on agent fees, staging, and closing.
Not everyone is in the right place to repair and stage a house. Or care about increasing market value as much as selling fast. And that’s fine. We’ll buy your house in any condition — even if it’s a hoarder house.
Close At Your Convenience
Our team works tirelessly to close the sale within a week. But if you prefer to close at a certain date for personal reasons, we can make that work.
Do you need cash to stay afloat, travel, move, or get out of a situation? We can buy your house within 7 to 14 days if your papers are clear.
No Extra Fees
You already know we don’t charge a commission on the sale. But neither do we charge application fees for our cash offer to you.
No Sign-Up and Annoying Emails
All you need to get our service is to give us a call. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form with basic info about your property to book a free appointment. And we’ll never send you annoying emails pushing you to sell your house.
Trust And Integrity
We understand the internet is full of scammers, and you may have your fears. But we’re a national veteran-owned business with an A+ Better Business Bureau rating. It will be impossible to stay in business if we ever breach your trust.
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Selling To Nevada Cash Offer Vs. A Realtor
How We Buy Your House Without Charging Commissions and Fees
We are property investors — something of large-scale flippers. We buy houses with minor or major issues with hopes of making a profit when we renovate them.
And we put this into consideration when we submit a cash offer for your house. In other words, we deduct the cost to repair/rehabilitate/clear your house. Also, we adjust the offer for profit when we resell — about 10-15 percent.
What do you lose? We see it as the cost of doing business. Typically, it amounts to 30% off the market value of your home if it were in move-in condition.
Save Up To 70 Days When You Sell Your Las Vegas House To Us
Selling a Las Vegas house on the open market to a financed buyer usually takes about 60-90 days until closing. Some 30-45 days to prepare the house and receive a reasonable offer and another 30-35 days to close the deal.
But you can avoid weeks or months of preparation when you sell your Las Vegas home to us. First, we’re ready to buy your house as it is. So you don’t have to spend a dime, time, or energy on repairing or staging the house before the sale. With us, you can receive an offer within 2 days.
Secondly, we’ll save you the time it takes a lender to inspect and conduct an appraisal before closing. We don’t even request contingencies. Rather, we calculate the cost of repairs and deduct it from our final offer.
Finally, because we don’t depend on a lender’s funding, rest assured the sale won’t fall through at the last minute. This way, you don’t waste time listing the house again.
We Service All Of Las Vegas
We buy houses from Downtown Las Vegas to Clark County. Our team will work around the clock to sell your house as fast as possible or to your convenience.
Our service areas in Las Vegas include Summerlin, Paseo, Green Valley North, Canyon Gate Master, Gibson Springs, Southern Highlands, Skye Canyon, Rhodes Ranch, Mountains Edge, Aliante, Centennial Hills, Tule Springs, Meadow Village, Anthem, Green Valley Ranch.
Essentially, we are ready to buy your house in any area of Vegas.
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About Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas” is Spanish for “The Marshes,” owing to the grassy meadows it was once covered in. Most of which paved the way for today’s bright streets, gigantic hotels, and high-roller casinos.
And is now dubbed the entertainment capital of the world. While the casinos and hotels play a big role in its fame, that’s not all the city is about.
Las Vegas is not only an entertainment hub but also the economic and population center of the state of Nevada. Again, not a surprise for a place crammed with almost half of the world’s largest hotels.
Popularly known as the brightest spot on earth, Las Vegas never sleeps. Or at least The Strip — where you’d find most of its casinos — never sleeps. Indeed, Downtown Las Vegas is essentially catered for guests, not locals. The shining star attracts over 40 million visitors yearly alone.
Beyond “the Strip” is an ordinary western countryside. Where you’d find its bustling suburbs and quaint neighborhoods. If you’re trying to get away from it all, we can buy your house to help you move on with your life.
Key Housing Market Stats In Las Vegas
The following are recent stats in research by Roofstock
- Home value has increased by more than 20 percent over the past two years
- The median listing price of a home per square foot is $226
- The best neighborhoods in Las Vegas are Sun City Summerlin, Lone Mountain, North Cheyenne
- Of all neighborhoods, the Paseos is the most expensive, with an average listing of $799,500
- Single-family homes make up more than 63 percent of housing units.
Socio-Economic Environment in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a top vacation destination in the United States. But there’s more to Vegas than bright lights, thrill rides, booze, pool, and fancy hotels.
Take the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Center, for example. It’s the exact opposite of Sin City. Dry, quiet, and natural. Las Vegas offers more outdoor attractions like the Spring Mountains, Spotted, and Pintwater mountains.
And for some reason, likely the abundance of hotels, Las Vegas is a magnet for conventions. It hosts 60 out of the 200 largest conventions in the U.S. and more than 20,000 conventions annually! That’s a U.S record too.
Fun Facts About Las Vegas
The City Of Lights
Did you know Las Vegas is home to the brightest spot on earth?
And it’s in none other than the Vegas Strip — home ground of the classiest hotels and casinos.
For comparison, its brightness casts a shadow on the McCarran Airport and Nellis Airforce Base tarmacs.
We can see this clearly in an image shot from the International Space Station with a Nikon camera.
The Home of Conventions
Las Vegas might be the world’s entertainment capital and an education hub. ‘S also the top trade show destination in the U.S for 22 years and counting.
The city hosts about 60 out of the 200 largest conventions in the United States.
And welcomes over 20,000 meetings annually. These numbers also top the country’s ratings.
Also noteworthy of mention is the rise in hotel and accommodation prices when attendees are in town, even during the weekdays. It’s profitable to use your home as an Airbnb during this period.
Tallest Observation Center
Offering fun, fine dining, and gambling experience is the Strat Hotel Casino and Skypod. Its building is a 1,148 ft observation tower with a revolving rooftop restaurant and thrill rides at its top.
Imagine getting sling-shot a thousand feet into the sky.
In typical Vegas fashion, it has a casino and shopping mall at its base. The Stratosphere complex is located in Naked City — one of the many locations where we buy houses in Las Vegas.
Undisputed Casino Empire
When you think of “casino” or “gambling,” surely Las Vegas pops up next. And rightfully so too.
There are more than 150 casinos in the city alone. That’s more than all the casinos in Oklahoma — a state with the second-highest number of casinos in the U.S.
The Las Vegas strip alone is a 4.2-mile line of hotels and casinos, considered the world’s largest adult playground. But ironically, it is located in Paradise — a town outside of Vegas city limits.
And pop culture has portrayed Las Vegas for decades as the world’s gambling capital.
The Egyptian Rival
Luxor is a Vegas hotel and casino with architectural structures that lock horns with Egyptian monuments.
It’s a 110 ft sphinx sky beam, taller than the Great Sphinx of Giza. You can see the powerful beam piercing thousands of feet into the sky from miles away. The heat and light from the beam attract moths, bats, and nocturnal raptors, giving it a cryptic ambiance.
Just behind the human-headed lion is the Luxor Pyramid. Standing 350 feet tall, it’s one of the world’s largest— only two Giza pyramids are taller.
If you visit the hotel during the day, you take a photo of the Sphinx with the pyramid in the background.
Sell Your Las Vegas House Now
Are you considering selling your Las Vegas house? What’s holding you up?
Contact us now. We can talk things over to give you clarity about your options. You can try us out at no cost or obligation. We’ll send you a no-obligation cash offer within a day.
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