Whether it’s time to free up cash for a new venture or you’re selling to have money for retirement, when it comes to selling your rental property, of course you want to maximize profit. The problem is that after having tenants living in a property, there is always some wear and tear—and oftentimes, there are major repairs and renovations that need to take place before listing.
When it’s time to let go of a rental property though, the last thing most owners want to do is put time, money, and energy into the property. So how do you maximize profit without sacrificing your resources?
With Curbio, rental property owners can sell for a gain without handling any repairs, refreshes, or renovations themselves—and without any upfront cash. Curbio is famous for its “Renovate Now, Pay at Closing,” model and unparalleled pre-listing expertise.
We work with homeowners and Realtors to determine which renovations will result in a high return and high profit for the owner of the home. From here, our on-site, local Project Managers manage the entire project from proposal to punchlist so you don’t have to use any of your valuable time to trek to hardware stores, pore over material samples, or manage subcontractors. You also don’t have to worry about the cost of the project because we front the cost for the entire renovation with no fees, interest charges, or credit checks. That’s right, you can invest our money into your property to make a profit. We only get paid for the work we do at closing (and there’s no catch). You can see what Realtors and sellers say about working with us here.
Because we get paid at closing, Curbio is on the same team as rental property owners and their real estate agents. We ensure high-quality work with a one-year warranty and only recommend updates that will help the home sell for more—faster.
As a real estate rental investor, you know a good investment opportunity when you see one. How often do you get to invest someone else’s money for your gain? After closing, use the profit from the rental property sale to move on much more comfortably.