Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices introduces QuickBuy

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Starck Real Estate has introduced QuickBuy – an alternative home sale option made available through a partnership with Moving Station, LLC.

The relationship allows Starck Real Estate to present Midwest home sellers with a reliable “instant” offer for their home as an alternative to a traditional home sale.

Consumers who request a QuickBuy offer from Starck will reportedly receive an immediate offer with the expertise and guidance of a knowledgeable agent.

Homes must qualify for the program before an offer is made. But once the seller accepts a QuickBuy offer, the home may close in as few as 14 days.

There is no cost for consumers to request a QuickBuy offer and home sellers in Northern Illinois are free to explore this new option through their local Starck Real Estate brokerage.

“Our business has always focused on the needs of consumers and adding an instant buying option is just one more way to respond to our clients and give them more choice and control over the sale of their home,” states Aaron Starck, President of Starck Real Estate.

“The web is increasingly crowded with real estate algorithms and home value estimates, but the majority of consumers look to their local real estate broker for superior market intel and trusted guidance for their real estate transaction. People simply can’t get that from the internet,” he continued.

For sellers who want to test the sale of their home on the market to find a better price, but with the assurance of a cash buyout, if the home does not sell, they can also select QuickBuy Lock.

If the home does not sell in 150 days, the seller can accept the QuickBuy Lock offer to close in 180 days.

Consumers can simply contact Starck Real Estate to request a QuickBuy Offer or contact one of Starck Real Estate’s 17 offices.

Seller’s homes are qualified over the phone and after a visit from a Starck Broker, if the home qualifies, QuickBuy will generate an offer.

The Starck broker will present the offer to the seller and, upon acceptance, typical home inspection will follow. If the offer is rejected, the agent will provide other home sale options.

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