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How the Process Works
Our cash for home programs are designed to be hassle-free, with features that meet the needs of the seller. The process can be quick and easy if you follow these steps:
- Fill out our online form 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. We don’t need 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!
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We Will Pay Cash for Houses in Ovilla, TX!
Selling your home to OutFactors is super easy. You start by entering your address and our computer system will guide you through the process. Or, for a more personal touch, give us a call at 800-420-7030.
When we buy your house in Ovilla you can avoid many of the expenses and hassle of selling the traditional way. This includes:
- Real estate commissions
- Open houses or showings
- Lender loan approval
We make the home-selling process incredibly easy. We take away the hassle, and you end up with the same amount of cash.
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?
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- The OutFactors process is very fast and simple. We especially like the lease back program that allows the seller to get the cash they need but move out when you are ready. They make it so easy.Daren
- We had a tragedy in the family and we really needed to sell our home as-is, and quickly. Everyone that helped us at OutFactors was very understanding and considerate. They make the whole process so easy and quick.Lily
History of Ovilla, Texas
Fortified Village to Growing Suburb
Ovilla is a small town that is a far southern suburb of Dallas, Texas, and is located in Dallas and Ellis counties. Ovilla is one of the oldest settlements on upper Red Oak Creek and is around 15 miles north of Waxahachie, the county seat, 9 miles northeast of Midlothian, and 23 miles south of Downtown Dallas.
The town began in 1844 as a fortified village built to fight Indian raids and was originally named McNamara. The settlement was named after James McNamara along with his wife Joanna who were the first Peters Colony settlers to arrive in the area. The fortifications allowed the community to flourish and many settlers moved to the area to attend brush arbor meetings of Rev. Finis E. King’s Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church which was founded in 1847. For the first few years, the congregation held service in a brush arbor but in 1853, a log structure was built that served both as a church and schoolhouse. The area and congregation continued to grow, and by 1872, a new timber-framed church was completed.
The small community continued to grow and prosper, but for many years remained unnamed until Mrs. M. M. Molloy, wife of Rev. D. G. Molloy, decided to name the community Ovilla, which was derived from the Spanish term villa. By the 1900s, Ovilla had grown to include a post office, a bank, a cotton gin, a pharmacy, a blacksmith shop, and several stores. In 1902, the Presbyterian Church was crucial in bringing Trinity University to Waxahachie and founding a girls’ school in Milford.
Like many small Texas rural towns, the railroads bypassed the community of Ovilla which caused many of the residents to relocate to neighboring towns that were more prosperous, and in 1906, the Ovilla post office officially closed. This was followed by a devastating fire in 1918 that destroyed much of the downtown area and another fire in 1926 that destroyed most of what remained. These events caused the small community to stagnate and it remained a sparsely populated farming community through the mid-1900s.
Things began to change in the 1960s, and in 1963, the town of Ovilla was officially incorporated which was primarily done to prevent annexation by the City of DeSoto or any other nearby community. At the time of incorporation, Ovilla had a population of approximately 330 people. Between 1960 and 1980, Ovilla entered a period of accelerated growth, and by 1980, the city was home to over 1,000 people.
Over the next 20 years, the population and economic growth continued with the population surpassing 2,000 people by the year 1990 and increasing to over 3,400 residents by 2000. The community then entered a period of slow but steady growth and by the year 2010, the population of Ovilla had risen to almost 3,500 people.
Today, Ovilla is a mature and steadily growing city that covers 5.79 square miles and is run by a mayor and five council members. The city has a Fire Department, Economic Development Corporation, Municipal Development District, Planning and Zoning Commission, Police Department, a municipal court, a Parks and Recreation Board, and water and waste management departments that provide service to the approximately 4,200 people who call Ovilla home.
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