What's my Home Worth? Get the true Market Value customize to you!

Not an inaccurate estimate algorithms that can be off by $10000s costing you $40000 $50000 or more by not pricing your home correctly

Sell your home fast and for the best price.

Get a quick and commitment-free cash offer, compare your options, and sell safely.

Be Careful when you contact anyone offering to buy your house!

Why are you selling & when do you need to move?

The questions they ask or you fill out on the forms can be used to negotiate against your bottomline!

This information could be used against you in negotiations or even during the contingency period to take a larger portion of your net proceeds. Consider how you will feel a day before you close, expecting to be able to move on with your life. Now imagine that a week before closing, the buyer informs you that the repairs will cost $25,000 more than estimated, and that if you do not lower the price, they will cancel escrow. How would you feel then? A professional experience agent representing you, knows how to negotiate these contingencies when you have the leverage, not when you are at your weakest.

Their negotiations to get the best price from you have started on first contact.  Only licensed agents have the duty to keep your information confidential.

A Licensed real estate representation is required to provide you with fiduciary responsibility.  That is to look after your money, not theirs. 
That is the opposite of the investors objective to maximize their profits. 

Their profits have to come from somewhere and it's your bottomline when selling your home. Their claims of 'no commissions' can cost you many times more in lost profits by not getting an accurate market value in real time market conditions.  Not an appraisal.  Know the difference.
Selling your Home get licensed representation

Licensee’s Duties Owed to the Client:

A Nevada real estate licensee shall:

  1. Exercise reasonable skill and care to carry out the terms of the brokerage agreement and the licensee’s duties in the

    brokerage agreement;

  2. Not disclose, except to the licensee’s broker, confidential information relating to a client for 1 year after the revocation

    or termination of the brokerage agreement, unless licensee is required to do so by court order or the client gives written


  3. Seek a sale, purchase, option, rental or lease of real property at the price and terms stated in the brokerage agreement or

    at a price acceptable to the client;

  4. Present all offers made to, or by the client as soon as practicable, unless the client chooses to waive the duty of the

    licensee to present all offers and signs a waiver of the duty on a form prescribed by the Division;

  5. Disclose to the client material facts of which the licensee has knowledge concerning the real estate transaction;

  6. Advise the client to obtain advice from an expert relating to matters which are beyond the expertise of the licensee; and

  7. Account to the client for all money and property the licensee receives in which the client may have an interest. 

Licensee’s Duties Owed to All Parties:
A Nevada real estate licensee shall:

  1. Not deal with any party to a real estate transaction in a manner which is deceitful, fraudulent or dishonest.

  2. Exercise reasonable skill and care with respect to all parties to the real estate transaction.

  3. Disclose to each party to the real estate transaction as soon as practicable:

    1. Any material and relevant facts, data or information which licensee knows, or with reasonable care and diligence the licensee should know, about the property.

    2. Each source from which licensee will receive compensation.

  4. Abide by all other duties, responsibilities and obligations required of the licensee in law or regulations.