Frequently asked questions
How does the house buying process work?
We follow a quick and simple process that makes things easy for sellers:
1. Call us to schedule a visit. Give us a little information about your house. You can do this by calling us at 303-847-8897, or by using the contact form on this website.
2. Get a cash offer. Christopher or someone on my team will contact you to arrange a visit. We will answer any questions you have and evaluate the condition of your house. If buying makes sense from an investment standpoint, you’ll get a cash offer for your house.
3. Close on your schedule. You are under no obligation to accept the cash offer. But if you do, we’ll set up a closing time that works for you, so you can get your cash and move on as quickly as you wish.
Will you pay market value for my house?
CSW Acquisitions is first and foremost a real estate investment company. We invest time and money to renovate houses and make money once the house is back on the market. After answering your questions and evaluating the condition of your house, we will make a fair, no-obligation cash offer that is based on the expected market value of your house after a full renovation, discounting the renovation time and costs.
There’s no need to deal with realtors.
We cover normal closing costs.
We pay cash — so there are never delays from banks, and deals don’t fall through because of financing.
We buy “as is,” so you don’t have to worry about repairs or cleanup.
We close on your schedule when you’re ready.
If you’re in a rush, we can close in as little as three weeks, so you can move on.
How do you determine the cash offer you will make for my home?
The approximate cost of repairs and renovations required.
The amount of time it will take to renovate your house.
The future “post-renovation” value of your house, compared to other homes in the area.
The amount of real estate commissions required to sell your home after renovation.
The cost of maintaining the house until it’s ready to sell, including insurance, utilities, taxes, loan payments, and more.
The estimated future “post-renovation” value of your renovated house, minus these costs, helps us arrive at the cash offer that we make.