Sell Your House Fast in Worthington, Ohio

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Andrew and his team are local homebuyers in the Ohio market. They have been serving the community for more than 20 years. Their primary goal is to help homeowners in their local community through real estate.

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Selling w/ An Agent SOLD To Northeast Community Homebuyers
Commissions / Fees: 6% on average is paid by you, the seller NONE
Inspection & Financing Contingency*: Yes, up to 15% of sales fall through NONE
Appraisal Needed: Yes, sale is often subject to appraisal NONE – We make cash offers
Average Days Until Sold: +/- 91 Days IMMEDIATE CASH OFFER
Number of Showings: It Depends 1 (Just Us)
Closing Date: 30-60 +/- days after accepting buyers offer As little as 30 days
Who Pays For Repairs?: Negotiated During Inspection Period NONE – We pay for all repairs

We buy houses fast in:

Bexley

Hilliard

Reynoldsburg

Worthington

Whitehall

Pickerington

Johnstown

Blacklick

… and more!

Worthington City is suburban in northern Columbus that also seat in the County of Franklin, Ohio. In 1803, James Kilbourne, the former elected U.S House of Representatives founded the city. He suggested to name the city after Thomas Worthington, who eventually became the Ohio’s Governor. In 1804, the town had been improved where it had built significant establishments such as Masonic Lodge, post office in 1805, university academy in 1808 as well as a manufacturing and newspapers firms in 1811. Few years later, Worthington was officially determined as an incorporated village by the Ohio Legislature year 1835. Read more…