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Cash Buyers hve a better chance of not falling apart.
Ginger Harper - Just went into contract yesterday on a multiple offer deal. Why? CASH and Full Price. An argument can be made that all deals are cash but I argue that loans mean necessary contingencies! Dodd-Frank means - add 3 days if you make a change!! Sellers will take the cash offer over any loan. What I won't say is that a low ball cash offer will win out over a PreQual.
Cash is king again. The Trid is messing up COE time which was 21 days now it is pushing out too long......
Both are equally qualify to me.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Show me the cash!
Cash preferred but I sure won't quibble if they are well qualified
I like cash first because it is quick and we can close in a few days if the buyer is wiling.
I'm a mortgage lender so this is a no brainer, I like to work with folks that come to me in advance and let me do a pre approval letter for them. It makes it easier on my Realtors too so they like it as well. Cash buyers tend to be more demanding
DEANNA C. SMITH CERTIF...
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
cash....without a question....
As long as they close that is what matters.
Cash. If they have the green they will be seen.
Cash buyers are always good, but buyers with financing are always good too!
CASH is alway nice.
Cash buyers close quicker.
Cash is easier but sometimes cash buyers think they should get a big discount for cash. The seller doesn’t care.
Cash is king.
Show me the "green" is some form and we are ready to go!
I list and sell a lot of REO homes and work with a lot of cash buyers, so a cash buyer with no contingencies is always best. Pre approved buyers make up teh rest of my sales, and although taking more time, it is more rewarding to them when we close
Cash is always easier, but we still recommend an appraisal.
In my market cash is always preferred. I enjoy working with clients that follow through, whether they are cash or not.
Ginger Harper as long as I am confident that they can close - and are really motivated, I'd work with them.
'CASH' buyers usually are looking for 'deals' - difficult to get it in this market.
Cash buyers are easier.
I like cash buyers - They can close quickly and that appeals to sellers. I do want to qualify this with "reasonable cash buyers" not the kind that think cash qualifies them to a 40%+ discount off the market price.
the word cash is music to my ears
Yes, I am glad to work with either.
I am happy to work with any qualified buyers.
Either is fine with me, but more sellers might prefer cash.
Working with a cash buyer now. I like the idea of no 3rd party financing.
Either one is fine with me. A cash buyer can back out of a contract as easily as a pre qualified buyer.
Who wouldn't love a cash buyer but not everyone will be able to pay cash. I'm happy to work with a well qualified buyer getting a mortgage as well.
I take what I can get.
I like cash buyers. I will always remember a buyer that made an offer then asked if I wanted all of the money now. The offer was not even accepted.
Cash is king and I will always take a cash buyer over a "prequalified" one!
Ginger Harper Cash buyers, but they better document they have the cash on hand.
I prefer cash as long as they have been counseled about the current market conditions and don't think they can low-ball because they are paying cash.
My clients are mostly cash. I took a listing which I recently posted about and it closed 18 days after the listing date!
Cash. All day long.
Love them BOTH !!!
As long as they qualify I don't care
Buyers who can close the transaction.
We work with more cash buyers, and have only done 1 VA loan and only a few Conventional loans. We prefer whichever buyer will buy the house we have on the Market Ginger Harper!