Jil buy Houses

Sell Your Home As-Is,
For The Best Price Possible In Texas.

No showings, no repairs, no fees.

    Sell Your Home for the
    Best Price Possible in Texas

    Thinking about selling your home in Texas? If you want to get the best possible price for your home, it’s important to take your time and do your research.

    How to Sell Your
    Home to Jil Buys Houses

    Schedule A Meeting/Call

    Fill out our online form or give us a call to get a free quote on your home.

    Price it right.

    We'll schedule a time to view your home and make you an offer.

    Quick Closing

    If you accept our offer, we'll work with you to schedule a closing date.

    Move On

    On the closing date, we'll sign the paperwork and pay you for your home.

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    What Homeowners
    Think About Jil Buys Houses!

    Why Texas
    are requesting offers

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    Jil Buys Houses

    Property Investor

    If you're thinking
    about selling your home in
    Texas, now is the time to do it.

    If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to sell your home in Texas, consider selling it to Jil Buys Houses. We buy homes in any condition, and we can close on your sale in as little as 7 days. We’ll also pay all of the closing costs, so you won’t have to pay anything out of pocket.

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    Sell Your
    Home In Texas

    We Are Here To Help
    You Through The Entire Process No Matter What Your Situation Is.

    We Buy Properties all over Us In ANY Condition, Price, Or Location: Get A Cash Offer Within 24 Hours.

    Burden of Mortgage Payments: If you have a burden of your mortgage payments, your lender may start foreclosure proceedings. This means that they could take possession of your home and sell it to pay off your debt.

    Want to avoid foreclosure: If foreclosure proceedings have already begun in that case too you may need to sell your home. This is because the longer you wait, the less money you are likely to get for your home.

    Want to relocate: If you are relocating for a new job or other reason, you may want to sell your home.

    Retiring:  If you are retiring, you may want to sell your home in order to downsize or to get the money you need to live on.

    Vacant House: Vacant homes can become a target for vandals and squatters that can lower the property values in your neighbourhood.

    Divorce: If you are going through a divorce you may need to divide the equity in your home or because one of you may need to move out of the home.

    Inheritance Receiving: If you have inherited a property you may not want to keep the property or because you may need the money to pay off debts or other expenses.

    Denied Loan Modification: If you have applied for a loan modification and been denied you may not be able to afford your mortgage payments without the modification.

    Bad Tenants: If you have bad tenants who are not paying their rent or who are damaging your property, you may need to sell your home quickly.

    Bad Realtor: If you have a bad realtor who is not doing their job, the realtor may not be marketing your home effectively or may not be negotiating on your behalf.

    Bankruptcy: If you have filed for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court may order you to sell your home in order to pay off your debts.

    Job Loss: If you have lost your job, you may need to sell your home quickly. This is because you may not be able to afford your mortgage payments without a job.

    Tax Liens: If you have tax liens on your property, you may need to sell your home quickly because the government may seize your property if you do not pay the taxes.

    Probate: If a property is part of an estate, it may need to be sold quickly in order to pay off debts or to distribute the assets to the heirs.

    Expired Listing: If your home has been on the market for months without a buyer, the longer your home is on the market, the less likely it is to sell.

    Don’t Pay
    For Costly Repairs

    How to identify the most expensive home repairs?

    The most expensive home repairs can vary depending on the size and age of your home, the location, and the severity of the damage. However, some of the most common and expensive home repairs include:

    Typical Home Repairs Cost
    Foundation repair $3,000 to $10,000
    Roof replacement $5,000 and $15,000
    HVAC system replacement $5,000 to $10,000
    Water damage repair depend on the extent of the damage
    Mold remediation $2,000 to $10,000
    Termite damage repair $1,000 to $10,000
    Exterior Wall replacement $2,000 to $8,000
    Windows replacement: $1,000 to $5,000
    Upgrading electrical systems $1,000 to $5,000
    Sewer system repair $1,000 to $10,000

    These are just some of the most expensive home repairs. Repair costs vary depending on the specific circumstances. It is important to get some estimates before making any repairs.

    Our Mission

    Jil Buys Houses mission is to provide homeowners with convenient and hassle-free solutions to sell their homes regardless of the condition and location of the home. We offer the best prices according to the market and fast closings, so that you can move on with your life as quickly as possible. 

    Our mainly focus is:

    Sell Your Home Quick

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The average real estate commission rate in Texas is 6%. This means that the seller will pay 3% commission to the listing agent and 3% commission to the buyer's agent. However, commission rates can vary depending on the area, the price of the home, and the experience of the agent. With Jil Buys Houses, you won’t have to worry about any commisions.

    The best time to sell your house in Texas is typically in the spring, when there are more buyers in the market. However, the market can vary depending on the location. It is always best to consult with a real estate home buyers to get the best advice for your specific situation.

    The amount of time it takes to sell your house in Texas will depend on a number of factors, including the condition of your home, the location, and the current market conditions. However, in general, it can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months to sell a home in Texas.

    In addition to real estate commissions, there are a number of other costs associated with selling a home in Texas, including closing costs, appraisal fees, and home staging costs. The average closing costs in Texas are around 2-3% of the purchase price of the home. At Jil Buys Houses you are free from all these hidden charges.

    There are a number of things you can do to make your home more attractive to buyers, including:

    • Tidy up your home. 
    • Making minor repairs. 
    • Updating your home.

     Before hiring a real estate agent, you should ask them the following questions:

    • How many years of experience do you have?
    • What is your commission rate?
    • What is your marketing plan for my home?
    • What are your references?