We Buy Duplex’s and Tri-Plex’s in Omaha, Nebraska
Are you a landlord looking to move on from your rental units? Are you tired and exhausted from constantly dealing with tenants and renters? Or maybe you are cashing in on your retirement property?
Sure, we are a cash home buying company, but did you know that we also love to buy small multifamily rental properties? In fact we currently own and manage more than 100 units in the Omaha metro area, so we have experience when it comes to duplex’s and tri-plex’s.
If you are interested in selling your small multifamily rental property, such as a duplex or tri-plex, in the Omaha metro area, we would love to make you a great offer on the building! We buy small multifamily properties in Omaha. Getting an offer is fast, easy, and free. Just give us a call at (402) 431-2560 or fill in the form below to get your offer started.
We believe we are your best choice for a fast, easy sale of your duplex, tri-plex or any multifamily property.
How To Sell Your Duplex or Tri-plex in Omaha
If you own a small multifamily property in Omaha or surrounding areas and are wondering how to sell it, we have you covered. You can sell your duplex or tri-plex in 4 easy steps.
Sell Your Duplex or Tri-plex in Omaha – Just 4 Easy Steps!
Selling your duplex or tri-plex in Omaha is very simple and straightforward, especially when selling to an experienced company like Omaha Homes For Cash. In fact the process is very similar to how you sell a house for cash in Omaha.
- Contact Your Buyer
- Sign A Contract
- Contact a Local Title and Escrow Company
- Sign Closing Documents
Step 1 – Contact Your Buyer
To sell your duplex or tri-plex in Omaha, you first need to contact a potential buyer. This could be literally anyone interested in buying a duplex or tri-plex in Omaha. For example: Us here at Omaha Homes For Cash! We would love to make you an offer to buy your duplex, tri-plex, or multifamily property. Our company is very experienced in buying rental properties as we currently own and manage over 100 units in the Omaha metro area. Give us a call and we will get you a fair offer!
Step 2 – Sign A Contract
Once you have an offer that you love (ours of course), you will need to sign a contract to make the agreement formal. Make sure to read through the entire contract to make sure the terms are satisfactory. It is recommended to have a professional look over the details of the contract if you are not comfortable doing so.
Step 3 – Contact a Local Title and Escrow Company
Once you have signed a contract to sell your small multi family property, contact the local title and escrow company the buyer has chosen to facilitate the closing and selling process. The title company will ensure that the title is clear and is transferred to the buyer appropriately. Any closing costs and earnest deposit money will be held in escrow until the closing process is complete.
Step 4 – Sign Closing Documents
This is the best part of selling your duplex or tri-plex! Well aside from the large amounts of paperwork that will need signed. This is the final step in selling your multifamily rental property. This process will take place at the title and escrow company that you have chosen in step 3.
We Are The Best Choice When Selling Your Omaha Duplex, Tri-plex, or Multifamily Rental Units….
We believe that we are the best option for you when it comes to selling your duplex or tri-plex. Why? Because we are a family owned company who manages our own rental units. We know the time, effort, money, and resources that go into buying, managing, and maintaining a rental property. We will always give you our best offer first, no low ball offers.
Fill in the form or give us a call. We would love to chat and help you sell that multifamily property!
“As lifelong members of the Omaha community, we thank you for putting your trust in us! We promise to bring you the best possible offer we can and treat you fairly along the way. Give us a call. We will not let you down!”
– Your Home Buyers – Matt, John, and James Watson
This page and it’s contents are intended for general information only and are not intended to offer legal, real estate, or any other advice. It is recommended that you should contact a professional if you are seeking professional or legal advice.