Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve put together a list of the questions that come up frequently and their answers so you can read through them. If you’re question isn’t listed please feel free to call us at (855) 377-SOLD and we’ll be happy to answer any additional questions you might have.

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Who are you?

We are real estate investors who love flipping houses. There’s something magical about seeing transforming houses with updated paint, floors, finishes, kitchens, and baths to become a beautiful home for the next family. Besides the team you see on the About Us page, our team also includes our amazing contractors, real estate agent, and real estate attorney.

What do you do?

We pay cash for houses in Ohio, in any conditon or situation. That’s basically the most important part. We’re the ideal alternative if you’re looking to sell your house without an agent, sell fast, not make any repairs, and just be done with the house without any headaches. Even if time isn’t much of an issue but you just don’t want to deal with the hassles of selling traditionally, we can help. 

Is a cash offer right for me?

Believe it or not, most of the sellers we’ve purchased homes from here in Northeast Ohio were not desperate to sell at all, nor were they trying to escape foreclosure. Most of our sellers come to us because they’ve had a bad experience listing the house with an agent, they don’t want to deal with costly repairs, or the constant walkthroughs and showings that come along with a traditional home sale.

We buy houses in AS-IS condition, no matter the situation you might be facing. We are often a great option if you want to sell your house quick and with ease.

Let us run the numbers and see how much we can offer for your house, and we’ll let you know if listing with an agent would be a better choice or not. After all, it doesn’t hurt to get an offer from us before signing a listing agreement with an agent, our offers cost you nothing and there’s no obligation to accept. 

Will you list my house on the MLS?

We are investors and home buyers who buy houses, not list them. Our intention is to buy your house with cash, renovate it if needed, and sell it again for a profit or rent it out. We’re not middle men and you’ll be working directly with us the whole time. We have many solutions to buy your house if cash isn’t a good fit, including seller financing, subject to, and novations to ensure your house gets sold fast in a way that works best for you. 

Do I need to clean before I move out?

Nope! Don’t worry about a thing. Take what you want and leave the rest to us. Houses we’ve bought before have had food in the fridge, clothes on the floor, matresses, desks, hot tubs, even dead cats in the walls… gave our contractor a scare but hey, we’re not here to judge. We’ve seen it all! 

Are there any fees or commissions to work with you?

There’s no money out of your pocket. We don’t charge you anything. 

Do you pay fair prices for properties?

Yes, absolutely! If we didn’t make fair offers, we wouldn’t be buying many houses. However please know that there is a difference between a fair price and market value. If the house is in bad shape, we subtract the cost of repairs from the market value when calculating our offers. In some special cases we can present highly competitive offers at market value, however those cases do not allow us to pay all cash. Seller financing is one such case.

My house is in really bad condition, will you still buy it?

We buy houses in Ohio in any condition – good, bad, or even really bad. We are flippers, so the more room for improvement the more attractive your house is to us. So, yes! We’d love to buy your house, even if it’s in bad shape. You may even be surprised how much we can offer for your house. Just fill out our form to get started. 

"The process was painless. We had to wait a little bit to sell because of the holidays and the KeySolvers folks just waited and when we said we're ready, they were ready too and it was just perfect. With KeySolvers there was no pressure. We had other offers, but they were always lowball offers."

– Tim S.