Earthwise Estates LLC


How does Earthwise Estates work?

At Earthwise Estates, we simplify the process of selling your property. You start by providing us with some basic information about your property. Our team evaluates it and makes you a fair offer. If you accept, we handle all the paperwork and close the deal quickly, often within days.

What types of properties do you buy?

We buy all types of properties, including vacant lots, acreage, rural properties, houses, and more. Whether your property is residential, commercial, agricultural, land, or undeveloped, we’re interested in making you a competitive offer.

Do I need to make any repairs or improvements to my property before selling?

No! One of the benefits of selling your property to Earthwise Estates is that you don’t need to make any repairs or improvements. We buy properties in as-is condition, saving you time, money, and hassles.

How long does the selling process take?

We understand that time is valuable, which is why we strive to complete transactions as quickly as possible. While the timeline can vary depending on factors such as property location and title issues, we often close deals within a few days of reaching an agreement.

Are there any fees or commissions when selling my property to Earthwise Estates?

No! Unlike traditional real estate transactions, there are no hidden fees or commissions when you sell your property to Earthwise Estates. What you see is what you get – a fair offer for your property.

Can I sell my property if it has back taxes or liens?

Yes! We can still make you an offer on your property, even if it has back taxes or liens. We’ll work with you to address any outstanding issues and ensure a smooth transaction.

What if I have more questions?

If you have any other questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.  Our team is here to provide you with the information and support you need to make the best decision for your property and selling needs. Contact us today, and let’s start the conversation.

Selling with a Real Estate Agent vs. a Property Investor

Expertise and Experience

Selling with an Agent: Real estate agents provide professional guidance, expertise, and experience throughout the selling process.

Selling to an Investor: Investors may not have the same level of expertise or experience in real estate transactions. They may prioritize quick deals over maximizing your property’s value.

Market Exposure

Selling with Agent: Agents have access to extensive networks, marketing channels, and resources to reach a wide range of potential buyers, including investors.

Selling to Investor: Direct sale to an investor may limit exposure to a smaller pool of buyers, potentially resulting in a lower sale price.

Price Optimization

Selling with Agent: Agents help determine the optimal listing price based on market analysis, comparable sales, and other factors to maximize your property’s value.

Selling to Investor: Investors may offer a quick sale but may not offer the highest price, especially if they’re looking for below-market deals for investment purposes.

Negotiation Skills

Selling with Agent: Agents are skilled negotiators who can represent your interests, negotiate offers, and navigate complex transaction details on your behalf.

Selling to Investor: Negotiation with investors may be more straightforward but may not result in the best terms or price for your property.

Legal Protection

Selling with Agent: Agents ensure that all legal requirements and paperwork are properly handled, reducing the risk of legal issues or disputes during the transaction.

Selling to Investor: Selling directly to an investor may involve fewer legal formalities, but you may need to ensure legal protections on your own or with the help of legal counsel.

Time and Convenience

Selling with Agent: Selling with an agent may take longer due to the marketing and negotiation process, but it offers convenience and peace of mind with professional guidance.

Selling to Investor: Selling directly to an investor may result in a quicker sale, but you may need to compromise on price or terms for the sake of expediency.

Commission or Fees

Selling with Agent: Agents typically charge a commission (usually a percentage of the sale price) for their services, which is paid at closing.

Selling to Investor: Selling to an investor may involve negotiating fees or discounts, but there may be fewer upfront costs compared to working with an agent.

Potential Sale Price

Selling with Agent: Selling with an agent may result in a higher sale price due to broader market exposure, strategic pricing, and skilled negotiation.

Selling to Investor: Selling to an investor may result in a lower sale price, especially if they’re looking for below-market deals to maximize their investment returns.