Sell Your Property the Professional Way
Selling an income-producing property is not the same as selling an owner-occupied property. This process involves tenants, rent money, legal leases, security deposits, and coordinated inspections, just to name a few of the nuances. We are professional property managers that help investors buy and sell properties. We know exactly how to put together a listing package to reflect what a potential buyer will be looking for. We will be able to address questions from the eyes of the investor getting you to the closing table.
What Types of Properties Does Evernest Sell?
Small Multifamily (20 Units or Less)
We Have a Network of Buyers
Evernest has a long list of current clients looking to add rental properties to their portfolio. Many times, we can sell your property to one of our many investors, making the whole process even faster, not to mention stress-free. Once a property is packaged up correctly by our team, we can present it to potential buyers that are looking for a property within their buy box. This process could potentially save you thousands in commission costs.
Positioning Your Property to Sell
Many times, there are additional upfront steps needed to package a rental property up for sale. Our team will be able to assist with ensuring professional proforma analyses are developed, getting month-to-month leases or estoppel letters executed, and deferred maintenance addressed. Do you have a distressed property and are looking for a quick cash close? We can address that as well. We indemnify value-add opportunities that will attract potential investors to purchase your property.
Talking Cash Flow
Rental property language is a whole different world than that of a traditional buyer and seller. Our team is fully trained and nationally recognized rental property experts, understanding cash-on-cash, cap rates, and internal rate of returns.
Correctly marketing a rental property to put on the market can immediately increase value to a potential investor. Many times, we encounter listings with inaccurate or missing data. This can cause a delay in a potential buyer planning to purchase a property. Providing accurate information from day one brings value, along with partnering with professional property management to get your property sold.