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FREE iBUYER MARKETPLACE

FREE TO SUBMIT – NO TRANSACTION FEE – MULTIPLE iBUYERS

Your Clients – Your Options

Selling on the MLS has long been the preferred means by which you get the most for your client. In some cases however, your seller might need to move quicker and they are willing to forego some of the proceeds for a quick sale. But instead of sending them to one of the institutional iBuyers, why not hold their hand through the process and request an offer from an independent cash buyer/investor? Your client will typically net MORE in the end, by keeping you as their agent throughout.

Sample Comparison Offer

Option A

Agent Assisted Instant Offer with OfferAI

After Repair Value $245,000
Fix up Cost Estimate $10,000
Requested Offer Amount $186,000
Listing Agent Commission (1%) $1,860
Buyer’s Agent Commission (3%) $5,580
Closing Costs (1.5%) $2,790
Estimated Net to Seller $175,770
Estimated time to close 14 Days

Option B

Instant Offer with an iBuyer like Opendoor

Fair Market Value $220,000
Initial Offer Amount $206,800
Fix up Estimate $10,000
Post-inspection Offer Amount $196,800
Administration Fee (9.5%) $18,696
Closing Costs (1.5%) $2,952
Estimated net to seller $175,152
Estimated time to close 14 Days
Option C

List on the MLS

Listing Price After Repairs (ARV) $245,000
Required fix-ups (You provide) $10,000
Agent Commissions (6%) $14,700
Closing Costs $3,675
Estimated net to seller $216,625
Estimated time to close 45+ Days

FREE to request offers for sellers – FREE to share with buyers

OfferAI simply provides the free platform for agents to compare options with their clients, and if it’s a fit, submit off-market properties for offer request to cash buyer/investors. Those investors are presented these ‘deals’ as agents with cash buyer contacts, showcase your client’s property to them. 

 

OfferAI receives NO proceeds from the transaction.

Adjust the numbers

During the property submission process, you can work with your client to submit an offer request that has a high likelihood of being attractive to investors. You can adjust the commissions, both yours and the buyer’s agent commission if necessary to increase the net to seller amount. The buyer’s agent commission will not adjust downward from 3% until your listing agent commission is reduced to 1% or lower. Keep it attractive however, so buyer’s agents are motivated to share broadly with their investors.

Ready to take control?
There is NO CHARGE to utilize the platform.

Need assistance?

Feel free to reach out to our support team. We’re happy to help! 855-711-1555

Frequently Asked Questions

Does OfferAI buy houses?

No. We provide the platform for agents to post properties for instant offer requests, and the tools for other agents to present them to their cash buyers/investors.

Can I request an offer for my client who’s home is listed on the MLS?

No. If your clients property has been listed on the MLS in the past year, you cannot submit it for an offer request on OfferAI. Most investors are simply are not interested.

What happens if there is an investor interested?

If you have packaged the deal where it is attractive to an investor(s), that investor will reach out to the buyer’s agent, who will contact you, the listing agent, with questions or an offer.

If an investor makes an offer, does my client have to accept it?

No. You and your client are always in the driver’s seat.

How does the closing work?

Once the communication between the listing agent and the buyer’s agent begins, OfferAI is out of the picture. You handle the closings the same way you would in a typical closing.

Can my client choose to close when they want?

Yes. As with any typical on-market listing, this off-market listing will be handled the same way. Your client can close however they want.

What are the fees involved?

Of course, it’s FREE to request an offer on OfferAI. Something you don’t see everyday though, is there is NO CHARGE to use the platform. We don’t collect anything on the transaction! That leaves more room for your commission and for your seller to get the most out of the quick sale.

How does the whole thing work?

To get an overall look at how this works, please watch this video: