Berkshire Hathaway Chicago announces new iBuyer service

by Timothy Inklebarger

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago has launched its first iBuyer program, known as QuickBuy®, which allows sellers to take an immediate cash offer instead of listing their property.

The new service is made possible through a partnership with national iBuyer firm Moving Station, the parent company of QuickBuy®, according to a press release. The service provides interested sellers an offer within 48 hours, and those sellers can accept immediately or lock in that offer for up to 150 days.

“Whether the seller needs speed, certainty or convenience, we have an option. Those who choose immediate offers such as QuickBuy® often want to make a cash offer on their next home or eliminate market uncertainty, bypass the need to prepare their home for market, or simply manage their closing timeline more closely,” said Diane Glass, CEO of BHHS Chicago.

Luke Mutter, director of business development for BHHS Chicago, said the new service gives clients more control over the sale of their home. “The internet is increasingly crowded with real estate pricing algorithms, home value guesstimates and promises of cash offers. Still, we know most homeowners rely on our agents’ guidance, advocacy and superior market knowledge for their real estate transactions. That’s why we chose to partner with QuickBuy, who works closely with our agents to properly determine a true home’s market value before making an offer,” Mutter added.

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