Redfin vs. Better Mortgage Agent?

We are currently looking to sell our condo and purchase a different home at the same time here in Southern California, and recently looked into the Better Cash Offer program, which fronts the money on the house you offered on first, rents it back to you, you move in, and then your existing home is sold after the fact with the proceeds going back to you. This program includes a waived appraisal contigency, no additional fees, and a pre-negotiated 10kish range that the existing home must sell for (advertised as market value).

This program requires using Better as a lender and as an agent, but I have been warned by other agents about using this company because of their reputation being ‘sour’. I’ve seen some posts on here with mixed experiences, some being positive and some negative. Anyone have any super recent experience with this program in particular, and should we just avoid it altogether?

If we don’t do this process, we would have to sell the condo first, get it in escrow asap, and then make offers once the property is in escrow, with the hope that we would find something within 30-60 days, otherwise the sell would have to be canceled. Thoughts?

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We are currently looking to sell our condo and purchase a different home at the same time here in Southern California, and recently looked into the Better Cash Offer program, which fronts the money on the house you offered on first, rents it back to you, you move in, and then your existing home is sold after the fact with the proceeds going back to you. This program includes a waived appraisal contigency, no additional fees, and a pre-negotiated 10kish range that the existing home must sell for (advertised as market value). This program requires using Better as a lender and as an agent, but I have been warned by other agents about using this company because of their reputation being ‘sour’. I’ve seen some posts on here with mixed experiences, some being positive and some negative. Anyone have any super recent experience with this program in particular, and should we just avoid it altogether? If we don’t do this process, we would have to sell the condo first, get it in escrow asap, and then make offers once the property is in escrow, with the hope that we would find something within 30-60 days, otherwise the sell would have to be canceled. Thoughts? submitted by /u/nairbdes [link] [comments]

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