We Buy Houses in Miami, FL
Looking to sell your property in Miami? Meridian Trust specializes in buying houses, townhouses, condos, apartments, and multi-family units in Miami. In our 15 years as a professional home investment company, we've purchased tens of thousands of properties. Discover how much you could get paid — in cash — for selling your Miami property. Get a free, no-obligation cash offer by entering your Miami address below.
Sell Your Miami House in 3 Easy Steps
Don't wait for your Miami property to sit on the market. If Meridian Trust buys your house, it can take as little as 10 to 15 days to get paid.
Simply follow these 3 steps:
It’s that easy — and fast — to sell your Miami house.
Why Sell Your Miami House to Meridian Trust
The Miami housing market can be competitive, which is why it’s great to have an alternative. We buy Miami homes, townhouses, condos, apartments, and multi-family units “as is,” in any condition. Instead of watching your house lose value as it sits on the Miami market, you can get paid in 10 to 15 days.
Factors to Consider When Selling Your Miami House
Is it the right time to sell your Miami house? There are a number of factors to consider, including the Miami market, your personal needs (e.g. downsizing for retirement or moving after a divorce), and financial readiness.
Miami Housing Market
The climate of the housing market can help you determine how fast you’ll be able to sell your Miami property, what route you should take to sell it (listing it on the market or selling it to a home investment company), and the price you should expect to receive for it.
Supply and demand plays a huge role in determining whether it’s a “buyer’s market” or a “seller’s market.” Ideally, you want to sell your Miami house when there are more buyers than there are properties available (i.e. a “seller’s market”).
You may have bought your Miami house excited about the tree-lined streets and beautiful, natural parks that reflect the charming and unique character of the town. However, things change over time. You may be in a different phase of your life now than you were at the time of purchase. Your family may be growing or downsizing, as your kids move out for college or you plan for retirement. Maybe you’re relocating for a job or moving after a divorce. Or you may be thinking about moving for financial reasons. Cost of living may have gone up and you want to move to a less expensive area or property. Maybe the property is damaged and you can’t afford the repairs. Whatever your reason for wanting to sell your Miami house fast, make sure that you are financially ready first. There are often unexpected costs that arise, even when selling your Miami house.
Here are some factors to consider about the Miami market as you prepare to sell your property. These specific data points will fluctuate over time and were gathered based on the market at the time of publication.
The more comparable homes for sale in your area, the harder it may potentially be to sell your house in Miami.
Financial Readiness to Sell Your Miami Property
Your finances and living situation are also considerations when determining if you should sell your Miami house. Although you’re selling your house, there are still potentially costs associated with the process. For example, if you hire a real estate agent in hopes of selling your Miami house fast, you’ll probably pay a commission at closing of roughly 6 percent of the sale price. If it’s a buyer’s market, the buyer may even ask you to pay some of their closing costs, which could run an additional 2 to 5% of the sale price.
If you’re trying to sell your Miami house fast, you may also decide to hire movers. Local moves within 50 miles can cost up to $1000 for a three-bedroom house, according to Consumer Affairs. Moving more than 100 miles away after you sell your Miami house? That could run anywhere from $2,000 to $8,000, depending on the size of your belongings.
This makes it important to have cash on hand, in order to cover the costs of the move up front.