Rhome, Texas

Rhome, Texas
July 19, 2021 Mark MacFarlane at OutFactors.com

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If you’re looking for a “Home Cash Buyer,” the traditional route probably isn’t the best. Selling a home can be stressful, especially since there’s so much waiting involved. Besides having to pay for all of the repairs and improvements, you must wait for the right buyer to come along and then wait for the approval of their loan. You also have to deal with the possibility of contract cancellations if the inspection report finds problems or the bank turns down the buyer’s loan application.

Fortunately, you don’t have to go through the standard, stressful process other sellers go through. Instead, you can sell your house to OutFactors in 2 minutes. To get a great cash offer you just need to enter your address and answer a few simple questions about your home. The entire process only takes about 2 minutes and personal information is NOT required. Yes, that is correct. No registration, no telephone number, no email address – not even your name. So get your cash offer now!

How the Home Cash Buyer Process Works

You can have cash for your home in your hands tomorrow if you sell to a home cash buyer like OutFactors today. Here’s how the process works:

  1. Enter the address of your house through our user-friendly online form and answer a few basic questions about your home.
  2. A few seconds later our sophisticated computer systems will display your offer. Just click on the Offer Accepted button!
  3. We’ll send you the contract. We only use consumer-friendly Texas standard contract forms.
  4. We will answer all of your questions and make sure you understand the process.
  5. Once you sign the contract, we’ll set up the home inspection.
  6. We’ll inspect the property and while there answer any lingering questions you might have.
  7. You will meet the closing agent at a convenient time and location to sign all closing documents. After signing the closing documents you will get your cash through a wire transfer or guaranteed title company check.

That’s it! We make the home cash buyer process as quick and straightforward as possible. And remember, getting an offer is free and you are under no obligation to sell to us if you don’t agree to the terms of the contract. Once there’s a signed contract, we don’t waste time and will typically close in 10 days or less.

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When you want to sell your home in Rhome, Texas fast to a “Home Cash Buyer,” you need to contact OutFactors. We are the home cash buyer that pays some of the highest cash prices for homes in the Dallas Fort Worth area.

If you’re wondering how to “sell home fast,” we have a solution for you. Instead of dealing with bank loans and realtor commissions, why not sell to companies that buy houses for cash in Rhome, like OutFactors? With no stress and hassle, OutFactors is your Rhome home cash buyer you want on your side when you’re selling your home.

We make the home-selling process ridiculously easy. Even if you have a fixer-upper, we’d love to take it off your hands and we’ll pay you cold, hard cash for it. You can request an offer today and get your money as quickly as tomorrow!

To get started – just enter your address!

History of Rhome, Texas

Cattle Ranch to Rural Suburb

Rhome is a small rural suburb of Fort Worth, Texas located near the intersection of U.S. Highway 287 and 81, about 20 miles north of Fort Worth in southeastern Wise County.

The area that is now known as Rhome was first established in the 1850s by settlers from Missouri. Back then, the community was named Prairie Point and it was strategically located at the juncture of two stagecoach routes. One of the settlers from Missouri was Samuel Sheets who owned a large tract of land at the stagecoach junction and in 1858, had the land surveyed and subdivided into lots. Many of the lots were sold and in a few years, the small community of Prairie Point had a hotel, school, post office, and several businesses.

Unfortunately, events during the Civil War brought misfortune to the small community. With most of the able-bodied men off fighting in the war, the community was left vulnerable to attack by Indians and bandits. On top of the constant threat of raids, in 1862, five high-profile residents of Prairie Point were caught up in the purported Peace Party Conspiracy which resulted in their arrest, hasty conviction, and hanging. These five men were among the forty men that were unfairly tried and hung in what has become known as the Great Hanging in Gainesville. As a result, the small community of Prairie Point was devastated and mostly abandoned.

Over the next 14 years, the small community of Prairie Point existed with little activity or growth. That quickly changed when Byron Crandall Rhome and his wife Ella Elizabeth relocated to the area of Prairie Point in 1876. Byron was a former officer serving in the Confederate Army under General Walker and participated in numerous battles in Arkansas and Louisiana.

Byron was quite the character and successful rancher. He is known as being one of the first Texas ranchers who was successful in keeping a Hereford bull alive for longer than a few weeks in the harsh Texas ranch lands, and his ranch became known as Hereford Park. He was regarded as one of the best Hereford Bull ranchers and his prize bull named Harkaway, was the first Hereford Bull to be declared the winner of the Grand Champion Blue Ribbon cattle show at the Texas State Fair in 1880.

In the early 1880s, Byron successfully negotiated with the Fort Worth-Denver Railroad to build a rail line through the community and establish a new station. With the arrival of the rail line in 1882, the town was renamed Rhome and in 1883, the Rhome post office was established. As with most Texas towns of that era, the railroad brought business and economic growth, and by 1890, Rhome had around 170 residents with numerous businesses and two flour mills.

Between 1890 and 1940, the town of Rhome remained a farming and ranching community with a few hundred residents. That started to change in 1939 when US Highway 81 was built and provided easy access to Fort Worth. In 1942, Rhome was officially incorporated and over the next 45 years, the population hovered around 500 residents. By the early 1990s, Rhome had started to become a bedroom community for workers commuting to Fort Worth with a population of about 600. The growth of Rhome faltered for the next 20 years but that changed in 2000, and by 2010, the population of Rhome more than doubled to over 1,500 residents.

Today, Rhome is a thriving rural suburb of Fort Worth that covers a total area of 4.7 square miles and has a population of over 1,800 residents.

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