First, a retail price will not be what you actually get paid in the end.
In order for you to get full retail for your property, you will need to hire a realtor and commissions are normally 6%!
Second, most retail buyers will ask for the seller to pay for as much as 3% of their loan costs.
We will make you a fair cash offer for your home, which will be less than retail, but that will usually pay you more money than if you were to sell your home through a realtor at a retail price.
Third, you might be required to do a number of repairs to get your home "market ready" before a realtor will want to put it on the market.
After inspections, most buyers will ask you to do additional repairs before they close on your property.
These repairs could cost thousands and you still don't have a guarantee that the buyer will close.
Fourth, you most likely will be making your mortgage payments during the months it will take to sell your home.
All of this means that the amount of money you end up with by selling retail is thousands of dollars less than what you actually sell your home for.
Ultimately, it is simply much faster and easier to save yourself all of that hassle and have us buy your home as is and possibly net the same amount of money or more.