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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:
- Enter the address of your house through our user-friendly online form and answer a few basic questions about your home.
- A few seconds later our sophisticated computer systems will display your offer. Just click on the Offer Accepted button!
- We’ll send you the contract. We only use consumer-friendly Texas standard contract forms.
- We will answer all of your questions and make sure you understand the process.
- Once you sign the contract, we’ll set up the home inspection.
- We’ll inspect the property and while there answer any lingering questions you might have.
- 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.
WHAT THEY SAY…
What are our clients saying about us?
- Getting an offer is so simple. You just input your address online, answer a few questions about the home, and a few seconds later the offer pops up on your screen. Of course, we had questions but the folks at OutFactors are easy to talk to and they are willing to take the time to answer all of your questions. We highly recommend OutFactors.Dolly
- I was skeptical at first, but you just enter your address and answer a few simple questions about the house and you get an offer in a few minutes. We really liked that we would not have to deal with open houses or spend any money on repairs. It was exactly what we were looking for and we recommend OutFactors when you need to sell your home fast for a good price.Michelle
- We wanted to sell our home quickly and did not want to waste our time with scammers or people who would not perform. We searched the internet for legitimate cash home buyers and found OutFactors. We liked that they put everything in writing using standard contract forms. The whole process was very easy and fast.Robert
- We really needed to sell quickly and OutFactors answered our questions, agreed to our timeline and were so easy to work with. And it all happens so fast.Lailah
- We tried selling our home with a real estate agent but weren’t successful but then a friend recommended we try OutFactors. We couldn’t get an offer on our home for months but with OutFactors you can get a fair all cash offer in a few minutes.Alex
- My expectations were low when I contacted OutFactors, not thinking it would be something I would actually consider. The process was amazingly simple; cash offer, quick close and great communication throughout the process.Gene
History of Whitewright, Texas
Fertile Farmland to Growing Suburb
Whitewright is a small rural town in North Texas located in Fannin and Grayson counties. The city is bisected by US Route 69 which heads 20 miles northwest to Denison, 33 miles southeast to Greenville and the southern portion of the city is crossed by State Highway 11 which provides easy access to Commerce and Sherman.
The town was founded in 1878 by William Whitewright, a New York businessman who purchased a piece of land that was on the soon-to-be-completed rail line of the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad that was extending its rails throughout the county. Whitewright had the area surveyed and registered as a townsite and appointed Jim Reeves and Jim Batsell as his sales agents to sell lots in the newly developed town. The newly created community of Whitewright quickly drew people and companies that were eager to take economic advantage of the new rail line and the area’s lush farmland.
The community grew rapidly and within the first 10 years had established a private school, a public school, the Grayson College, a community newspaper, three hotels, two cotton gins, two banks, and numerous other businesses. In 1888, a post office was officially established and Jas. A. Batsell was appointed as the first postmaster.
By 1890, the population of Whitewright was approximately 880 people, and by 1900, the population had more than doubled to exceed 1,800 people. Over the next 10 years, the community and businesses thrived, but a devastating fire in 1911 that destroyed a majority of the main businesses center caused a dip in population and business activity. The community recovered and growth returned which was spurred on by the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway and the Cotton Belt railway. By the 1920s, there were 68 businesses in operation, including two banks, a cottonseed oil plant, and a flour production facility with Whitewright being the economic business center for surrounding cotton, wheat, corn, and cattle farmers.
The town was the birthplace of George Washington Truett and Kay Kimbell who became influential members of society. George Washington Truett became the pastor of the First Baptist Church in Dallas and later became the Southern Baptist Convention while Kay Kimbell was a successful businessman and philanthropist who is remembered for his support of the Kimbell Art Museum.
During the Great Depression and World War II, the community suffered a loss in population and businesses. By 1950, the population had declined to approximately 1,370 people and over the next 10 years, the community stagnated with the population dropping to about 1,315 people by 1960. Between 1960 and 1970, the community entered a period of recovery and growth, and by 1970, the population increased to over 1,740 residents. During the 1970s and 1980s, the community continued to be primarily agricultural with several manufacturing plants producing sausage, textiles, and fertilizer. Unfortunately, the growth did not continue and between 1980 and 2010, the community matured but growth stagnated with the population dropping slightly to 1,600 people.
Today, Whitewright covers 1.81 square miles with over 1,720 people who call the city home and is experiencing a period of slow but sustained growth. The city has great potential for future prosperity and the infrastructure in place to serve its growing community including a public library, municipal court, parks, schools, fire, and police department.
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