Whitesboro, Texas

Whitesboro, Texas
June 7, 2021 Mark MacFarlane at OutFactors.com

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We Pay Cash for Houses in Whitesboro, Texas!

Do you want the highest cash offer for your home in Whitesboro, TX? At OutFactors, we pay cash for houses in Whitesboro and believe getting a cash offer on your home should be simple, fast, and easy. We buy directly from homeowners, allowing you to get a cash offer for homes in Whitesboro without the hassles of the traditional sales process. That is why sellers love our cash for house programs, it makes the process of selling a home ridiculously simple. If you get started now, 10 days later you can be sitting at a table signing the closing documents and collecting the cash for your house.

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!

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How the Process Works: Offer to Closing

We want to buy your house and will give you an offer in about 2 minutes and typically close in 10 days or less. Selling to OutFactors is incredibly fast and easy.  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.

Just enter your address to find out just how easy selling your home can be.

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History of Whitesboro, Texas

From Wolf Path to Whitesboro

Whitesboro is a rural town in far west-central Grayson County, Texas, and is located about fifteen miles west of Sherman on State Highway 56, US Highways 377 and 82, and State Highway Loop 441.

Robert Diamond was the first immigrant to settle in the area and at that time, the area was known as Wolf Path. The arrival of Ambrose B. White and his family in 1848 led to the establishment of a more formal settlement. When additional settlers arrived, they chose to make their dwellings close to one another. Between 1858 and 1861, the Butterfield Overland Mail Route line ran from St. Louis to San Francisco and regularly stopped in the area to rest. Ambrose built a hotel called the Westview Inn that quickly became an established regular stop along the Butterfield Overland Mail Route. By 1860, the community was officially named Whitesborough in honor of Ambrose White, and a post office was established to serve the area including the 14 families that had established homes near each other.

After the Civil War, the area began to grow and prosper with the numerous new settlers and homes being built. In 1873, the town received its first official charter and Ambrose served as its first mayor until his death. At that time, the community had about 500 residents, several saloons, and numerous other businesses. In 1878, the Presbyterian Church was opened, and in 1879, a Methodist and Baptist church opened. In that same year, the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad established a train depot that connected Whitesborough to Denison. In 1880, Mrs. McPhearson and her two brothers, Luke and Chester, started printing the first community newspaper named the Whitesborough Democrat.

In 1887, the community was reincorporated at which time the name was officially changed to Whitesboro. By 1900, the town had a population of over 1,200 people and over the next 20 years, the community continued to grow. By 1920, the community had over 1,800 residents and had become the regional commercial center that had two train lines that served the areas cotton, corn, wheat, oat farmers, seventy-five enterprises, and three banks. The Whitesboro Fire Department was established in 1915 to service Whitesboro’s booming rural population. The town was also home to several manufacturers of cottonseed oil and bedding.

Like many North Texas towns, the Great Depression and World War II hit Whitesboro hard with a dramatic drop in population and businesses. Whitesboro recovered quickly, and by 1950, the population had again risen to above 1,800 people and there were reportedly over 80 operating businesses. Over the next 20 years, the community continued to grow and prosper, and by 1970, Whitesboro was home to over 2,900 people and 100 businesses. Whitesboro became a manufacturing hub and during the 1970 and beyond, it was producing clothing, machine tools, and petroleum items.

During the next 30 years, the city continued to grow at a slow but steady pace, and by 1990, the population had risen to over 3,200 people and there were fifty-eight rated enterprises. By the year 2000, the city was home to over 3,700 people.

Today, Whitesboro is an established city that covers 3.34 square miles and has a public library system, a municipal court, a police department, and emergency services for the 4,200 people who call the city home.

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