At ThePrivateHomeBuyers.ca, we specialize in buying houses, townhouses, condos, apartments, and multi-family properties in the Hamilton area. Our team has extensive experience in real estate having helped hundreds of homeowners sell their homes privately and on their terms. Contact your region's most experienced private cash house buyers and discover how much you could get paid - in cash - for selling your Hamilton, Ontario property.
Tell us a bit about your home. The information we look for is location, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and other relevant details.
We give you a price range that we can pay for your property and you decide if you would like to proceed with booking an appointment.
We come to your home for a single viewing and give you a no-obligation offer.
We offer certainty in the sale of your home so you can start planning your future. As private cash home buyers we do not include inspection clauses or financing conditions in our offers, so you can rest assured we will close on time.
Benefits of Selling your Hamilton, Ontario House to ThePrivateHomeBuyers.ca:
Is it the right time to sell your house in Hamilton? There are several factors to consider including the local real estate market in your area, your personal needs, and your financial readiness.
The current housing market will help determine how fast you will be able to sell your Hamilton, Ontario property, how you should sell it (privately to a cash home buyer or on the market through a real estate agent), and the price you can expect to receive for it. One more factor to consider is supply and demand in your neighbourhood: is it a "buyer's market" or a "seller's market"?
The location of your home also matters. Hamilton, Ontario has many in-demand neighbourhoods including Mohawk, Meadowlands, Ainslie Wood, Westdale South, Central Hamilton, Stipley, Crown Point East, Hill Park, Balfour, Burkeholme, Red Hill, Stoney Creek, Mt. Hope, Binbrook, Hannon, Ancaster, Dundas, Waterdown, Jerseyville, Flamborough, Freelton and more.
Whether you are downsizing, upsizing, moving into a rental, relocating for a job, moving after a divorce, or just don't want to complete renovations, there are a few factors to consider when selling your Hamilton, Ontario house:
Here are some useful facts and figures to know about Hamilton, Ontario and the local real estate market:
Hamilton Population (2021): 569,355
Total Occupied Dwellings in Hamilton (2021): 222,805
Total Single-Detached Houses (2016): 121,210
Total Townhouse Dwellings (2016): 24,720
Total Apartment Dwellings, Five or More Storeys (2016): 33,565
Total Apartment Dwellings, Less Than Five Storeys (2016): 18,115
Number of Properties Sold in Hamilton-Burlington (2021): 16,500