Midlothian, Texas

Midlothian, Texas
April 13, 2021 Mark MacFarlane

Sell Home Fast to Your Midlothian Home Buyer

Get an Offer in 2 Minutes!

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Sell Your Home for Cash in 2 Minutes or Less!

We buy houses Midlothian, and we can make you a cash offer on house right away. You can sell your home in as little as 24 hours. We are not real estate agents – we are a Midlothian home cash buyer who buys homes quickly and efficiently so that you can sell your home fast.

When you want to “sell house fast,” your best option is to sell directly to a cash buyer. Home cash buyers, like OutFactors, are able to purchase houses quickly because there is no middleman involved in the transaction. You do not need an appraisal or inspection, and there is no financing involved in the sale. This means that there will be no delays in the closing process.

Simply enter your address, answer a few questions about your house, and in about 2 minutes, our sophisticated house evaluation system will give you a great cash offer. You never need to give us any personal information. Yes, that is correct! No registration, no email address, no telephone number – not even your name. Selling a home has never been easier!

Why You Should Sell to OutFactors
The Midlothian Home Buyer that Pays Fast Cash for Houses

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No Showings Needed

Who needs the stress of showing a house? When you sell to us, you don’t need to prepare your home for a showing – we’re ready to buy as-is. We know that selling your home traditionally is stressful enough without having to arrange for showings and make your house picture-perfect every time someone is interested in buying it. But we are Midlothian cash home buyers who understand that you don’t have time for that. You probably want to sell your home fast, and we can help with that. That’s right! At OutFactors, we buy your house exactly as it is, and we pay top dollar for it!

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No Bank Approval Needed

It feels great to find someone who wants your home but then comes the frustration and disappointment if they can’t get approved for a loan. We’ve been there too, and we know how hard it can be to go through that emotional roller coaster over and over again.

But what if we told you that you could save yourself from all of that? It’s true! When you work with OutFactors, we’ll pay cash for your home. That means no banks are ever involved in deciding whether or not your house sale is successful. You don’t have to worry about waiting days or weeks until we get our finances in order – we’ve got all the money right here!

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No Commission

If you are looking to sell your house, you might be tempted to enlist the help of a real estate agent. Experienced agents may indeed be able to help you find a buyer and negotiate a fair price. However, if you choose this route, you’ll be missing out on a significant chunk of change once they take their 6% commission off the top. Since OutFactors buys homes for cash and buys directly from sellers, you will get all the money you’re due.

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You Pick the Closing Date

When you sell your house to a cash buyer, you set the closing date. That’s because we don’t need bank approval. We pay cash for homes, so there’s nothing standing in the way of us buying and you selling. We know that flexibility is important for all homeowners, which is why we put you in control. You pick the closing date and how fast you get your money. The moment you get our offer for cash for your home, you’re in control.

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Sell Home As-Is

If you’re looking to sell my house fast for cash, you might be considering selling it as-is. Maybe you don’t have the time or money to fix up your home before putting it on the market. This is one of the major advantages of working with OutFactors. We’re a home cash buyer, which means we buy houses in almost any condition. When you’re trying to sell your house fast, we can help you get cash for it quickly – without having to make repairs or renovations first.

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Move Out When You’re Ready

If you sell your Midlothian home the standard way, you must abide by the closing dates that determine your move-out deadline. If you find a buyer who wants to close and move in prior to your ideal time, you have little choice but to go along, or you risk losing the sale. We buy homes in cash and aren’t looking to move in, so we won’t force off the property before you’re ready. If you need to close because you need the cash for your house, you can move out when you’re ready by renting your home from us for the short or long term.

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How the Process Works

Our cash for home programs were designed to be hassle-free with features that meet the needs of the seller. We think you will find the process to be quick and easy. Here are the steps:

  • Start by entering your address and answering a few questions about your home
  • Accept the offer
  • Sign the Contract
  • We will conduct a quick inspection
  • Meet with the title company to sign closing documents and get paid your cash

That is all there is to it. No complicated financial information, appraisals, or showings. You don’t need to hire a real estate agent or pay thousands in commissions. We cut out the middleman so you can save money, time, and stress. We truly make it easy to sell your home fast for cash!

To get started – just enter your address!

History of Midlothian, Texas

Cattle Ranch to Cement Capital

Midlothian is a southern suburb of both Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, and is bisected by US Highway 287 and 67 in Ellis County about 26 miles from both downtown business districts.

There were very few travelers or settlers in the area before Sam Houston signed peace treaties between the Republic of Texas and the native Indian tribes. With the peace treaty completed, in the 1840s, the William Alden Hawkins and Larkin Newton’s families arrived in the area as settlers who participated in the Peters Colony land grant program. After a natural spring was discovered on the Hawkins’ farm, the community became known as Hawkins Spring. The first school was built in 1850 and was a log cabin with an earthen floor that also served as the community church and meeting place.

Due to the distance to Dallas and large produce markets and the expansive grasslands prairies, between 1850 and 1880, the primary economic activity was livestock ranching with some farming. The area grew slowly during the mid-1800s, but that started to change in the 1880s with the arrival of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway. The rail line was to run from Cleburne to Dallas and the small community, now known as Barker, was along the route selected by the railroad. As was typical during that time, the railroad held great sway over the naming of towns, and the community that was built along the new rail line was renamed Midlothian by an engineer of the railroad. The railroad arrived in 1883, and by 1884, the community had two churches, a school, and a newspaper, and the population was 300. The city of Midlothian was officially incorporated in April 1888, and by 1890, Midlothian had over 600 residents and 25 businesses.

The railroad provided a reliable and quick means to transport produce to the Dallas market, which allowed farmers to switch crops, and in the early 1900s, cotton became the major cash crop. During this time, Midlothian and Ellis County became one of the nation’s largest cotton production regions. Between 1900 and 1920, Midlothian continued to flourish and grow with the population exceeding 1,200 people by 1920.

Just like much of the US, the Great Depression was hard on Midlothian with lost businesses, cattle, and people. By 1940, the population of Midlothian had dropped to about 1,000 residents people. Slow but steady growth returned starting in the 1950s, and by 1960, the city of Midlothian has over 1,500 residents. Over the next 20 years, growth and economic prosperity grew, and by 1980, Midlothian was home to over 3,200 people.

During the 1980s, Midlothian became the “Cement Capital of Texas,” with factories producing huge quantities of Portland cement and related steel products. These industries brought jobs and an influx of workers to fill those jobs, and by 1990, there were 120 businesses and the city had over 5,100 residents. This growth trend continued over the next 20 years, and by 2010, the population of Midlothian tripled to over 18,000 people.

Today, Midlothian is a thriving and growing city that covers 64.23 square miles with over 33,000 people who call the city home.

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