When you know the address of the off-market home your Buyer is interested in, enter it in the search.
You, more than anyone, can determine what this house might be worth. Additionally, we’ll provide you with access to off market data generated from several trusted real estate valuation sources. You can determine a current estimated market value based on local recent sales comps to help your Buyer present the strongest offer.
Is your Buyer an all cash buyer? Is your Buyer’s offer subject to financing? Does your Buyer have a line of credit or available cash ready for a quick closing?
Your Offer and Letter of Intent are Non-Binding, but should be substantial and serious enough to get the ball rolling and to let the homeowner know your Buyer is ready, willing, and able to buy their home. Remzy should not be used to generate leads. Do not submit an offer unless you really have an interested Buyer.
The introductory price for our service is $9.95 to submit an offer. That’s it.
Remzy submits your Buyer’s offer to the homeowner. They’ll receive your offer in the form of a Letter of Intent and instructions on how to contact you through our website.
When your offer arrives, the homeowner receives a unique offer pin and can use it on our platform to view your offer, make a counteroffer, connect with you, send you current photos of the property, answer questions, and schedule a time to see the property in person.
Using the Remzy platform, you and the Homeowner can arrive at a mutually satisfactory agreement. You can also invite the Homeowner for a face-to-face meeting whenever you like. When you agree on a price, terms of sale, and your offer is accepted, You prepare a formal contract of sale, and get the house Under Contract. If requested, Remzy can introduce you to a local real estate attorney.
Contracts are signed, deposits are made, and due diligence process begins. You’ve done this many times before. Simply get your team together and get your Buyer to Closing.
This is where you shine.
At Closing, your Buyer and the Seller pay their own traditional closing costs. The Buyer pays your Broker/Agent commission at closing.
Congratulations, you just helped your Buyer buy a house that wasn’t for sale.
You just got an unsolicited offer delivered to your home. Someone is interested in buying your home. Enter the unique offer code at Remzy.com/Offer to access the offer details and connect safely and securely with the interested Buyer in our Homeowner dashboard.
If the agent provided you with their contact info, feel free to call them directly.
Our tools will help you make a decision on whether to accept, reject or counter-offer. Using off market estimates, get an estimated valuation of what your house might be worth in today’s market.
If you already have a relationship with an agent, we encourage you to get their advice, and/or connect them with the buyer or agent that sent you the FedEx.
Only you know how much it would take to make you move — our Buyer is ready to negotiate. If you are interested in selling your home, do the research, and make a counteroffer. Don’t worry, it’s not legally binding until you both sign a contract. If you’re not interested, you can simply reject the offer.
When you agree on a price and accept an offer, the Buyer's agent will draft the contract. It is very important that if you are not working with a real estate agent that you hire an attorney to help you navigate the inspection process to get to closing. Escrow is opened and deposits are made. It’s time to start planning your next move.
Remzy does not earn a fee from the sale of your home. We are not a real estate broker, and we do not give any legal advice. Depending on who sent you an offer and who you decide to work with, you could owe real estate commissions. Always discuss this with the agent that sent you the offer, and with any real estate professional that you ask to represent you. Once you know what the commissions are, you can adequately adjust your asking price. Everything is negotiable, including asking the buyer to cover all fees.