We Buy Houses Prescott
Are you needing to sell your house in Prescott?
You may be asking yourself: “How can I sell my house fast Prescott?” OfferJump is here to help! We buy houses Prescott. We specialize in working together with homeowners to provide easy cash buyouts for their houses.
Fast & easy home selling
We buy houses as-is
Don’t worry about paying for repairs or cleaning out your house.
Choose your closing date
OfferJump gives you complete flexibility and control of your moving date.
Fast & easy process
Seamlessly transition into the next phase of your life.
Just to be clear, we will work diligently to understand your issues with your house and provide the best solution for you moving forward. We aim to make selling your Prescott house as simple as possible – we will give you a no-obligation, all cash offer regardless of the condition of your house.
We Buy Houses Prescott, Regardless of Condition!
Thousands of homeowners like you all over the U.S. find themselves in a pinch and need to sell their houses fast. Whether you are in danger of losing your house to the bank, own unwanted property, or need to move out as quickly as possible, we can help your situation with an all-cash offer.
We understand the issues you face, as we’ve worked with many homeowners in similar situations. We buy houses Prescott as-is – just like the pictures above! You won’t pay a dime fixing up your property or preparing it for multiple open houses with a realtor.
Are You Saying “I Need to Sell My House Fast Prescott“
AND you are facing these issues?
Do you have nightmare tenants in your property?
Rest assured – we will deal with your tenants from here on.
Did you inherit unwanted property?
Don’t be overwhelmed with the expensive property you inherited.
Is your house too costly to repair?
Don’t worry about fixing your house, we will take care of the repairs!
Do you need to move quickly?
Avoid paying for two properties at once and sell fast to us!
Are you currently facing divorce or foreclosure?
Avoid life’s headaches and get a fair, no-obligation cash offer now.
Are you carrying unwanted or vacant property?
Stop throwing money away for that unwanted property.
If So, Get Your No-Obligation Cash Offer Now!
Why Shouldn’t I List With A Realtor?
Many Prescott homeowners think listing a house with a realtor is a no brainer. We see many cases where listing a property with a realtor is not the best route.
Even if your house is in perfect condition and the market is hot, listing a house with a realtor on the open market can still be very time consuming and costly. When you consider a house that needs major repairs or has challenging tenants, it is unlikely your house will sell quickly for top dollar.
Keep in mind, when you list a house with a Realtor:
✗ It may take months to sell your house
You will have to wait until the right buyer
✗ You pay for repairs, commissions & closing costs
That will cost you around $22,000 for the average house in Arizona.
✗ You will deal with open houses
You will have to stage and prepare your house for multiple open houses
Get Your No-Obligation Cash Offer
We’re a family-owned business with nearly a decade experience behind us — we have dealt with homeowners in nearly any situation! We take our time with every homeowner to discuss all of their options and come up with the best possible solution for them.
From the moment you contact us for an all-cash offer, we will walk you through the selling process from start to finish.
Simply follow the steps below:
Fill out the form
Give us some information about your property
We assess the property
We can either assess your house online or in person
Receive your no-obligation cash offer
We will close on your timeline and even help with moving costs
Or Give Us A Call Now At (480) 738-3794
According to the United States Census Bureau, the current population in Prescott, Arizona is around 42,000 people. Prescott is a city located in Yavapai County, Arizona. The city is the county seat of Yavapai County. Prescott was designated as the capital of the AZ Territory, replacing the former capital at Fort Whipple in 1867. The territorial capital moved to Tucson in 1867, but was moved back to Prescott again in 1877. Since 1889, Phoenix has been the capital of Arizona. The “Quad City” area is formed by the towns Chino Valley, Prescott Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, and Prescott. This area is also sometimes referred to as central Yavapai County, which would also include Mayer, Wilhoit, Paulden, and Williamson Valley. The city is the center of the Prescott Metropolitan Area, defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as all of Yavapai County.
The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe reservation is located beside the border of Prescott. Prescott is in the Granite Creek watershed and holds the convergence of Granite Creek and Miller Creek on the north side of the city. There was a severe drought from 1999-2009, marked by the lack of snowpack in the nearby Bradshaw Mountains. Local creeks typically do not contain water except immediately after the rare rains.