Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Questions About Selling

We’re here to help answer any questions you may have about selling your home to us. If we missed anything, please contact us.


  • Single-family homes
  • Duplexes, triplexes, and quadplexes
  • Condos
  • Multifamily properties of 5+ units
  • Vacant land
  • Properties outside of our locations and properties where the owner doesn’t have a clear title to sell.
  • Once we speak to you and learn more about your property, we can have a cash offer to you within 24 business hours.
  • Yes! We can either purchase your property with your current tenants or vacant.
  • That’s ok. We buy houses in “as-is” condition. Which means you don’t have to make any repairs.
  • Yes. Since market conditions can change quickly, our offers are only good for 7 days.
  • On average, we can usually close within 7-10 business days if there is not an HOA. If there is, add 3-4 business days. We can also close longer if you need more time.
  • There is absolutely zero obligation for you. Once you tell us a bit about your property, we’ll take a look at things, maybe set up a call with you to find out a bit more, and make you an all-cash offer that’s fair for you and fair for us. From there, it’s 100% your decision on whether or not you’d like to sell your house to us… and we won’t hassle you, won’t harass you… it’s 100% your decision and we’ll let you decide what’s right for you.
  • If you’re behind on mortgage payments or facing foreclosure, we can help. Our cash home buying process allows you to sell quickly before going into full foreclosure. We’ll settle any outstanding payments owed to your lender so you can walk away without the foreclosure on your record. Contact us immediately to explore this solution if foreclosure is looming.


  • Your property is carefully evaluated by our team of experts who specialize in your local market. Their expertise combined with our market-specific evaluation technology, Nexus Homebuyers provides customers with a data-focused offer on their property.
  • Nexus Homebuyers can work with you to cover certain closing costs. Homeowners are responsible for HOA transfers fees, taxes, and any outstanding liens or judgments.
  • Online sites like Opendoor,, Redfin, and others generate their own values through computer-generated algorithms. Their values are based on the market as a whole and are limited based on public information. At Nexus Homebuyers, we take into account your property’s condition, what properties have sold for in similar condition, and where the market is headed. While our offer is not meant to be an appraisal, it is a genuine cash offer backed by data and our team of local experts.
  • When you sell your property to us, you do not have to pay any fees, commissions, or make any repairs. We can also help cover closing costs in certain situations.
  • At Nexus Homebuyers, our team does our best to present you with an offer that is the most that we can pay. If you feel your offer is off, please reach out to our team to let us know. We would love to hear how we can improve.

Accepting An Offer

  • Once we agree on the terms to purchase your property, we send you a purchase and sale agreement to sign. Once the purchase and sale agreement is signed, we send the agreement to the title company and escrow is opened.
  • We send you a purchase and sale agreement electronically to sign via RightSignature, Docusign, or Hellosign.
  • We understand things happen. Contact our team if something changes and we can work with you about changing the closing date.

Home Inspection

  • Yes. Within a few days of a signed agreement, we will schedule a free inspection to review your property. This inspection helps us get a better idea of what repairs we may need to make after closing on your property. Don’t worry! You aren’t responsible for making any repairs.
  • Nexus Homebuyers will need access to your entire property during the inspection. Our team will answer any questions for you prior to the inspection.
  • Our inspections are typically completed within 1-2 hours for a single family property depending on the size of the property. A multifamily property may take a bit longer.