Sell my house fast in Atlanta

Selling a home can be stressful and time-consuming. When you’re facing foreclosure, probate, want to sell an inherited house, or just want to move on, speed is essential. With Sundae, you’ll be presented with your highest no obligation offer and can close quickly.

  • Close in as little as 10 days
  • Review multiple cash offers
  • 12,178 offers in your market

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Why Atlanta homeowners sell with Sundae

If you're telling your friends or family that you want to sell your house fast in Atlanta, they might recommend working with a traditional real estate agent. This is a viable option depending on your strategy. But for those with damaged and distressed houses, it might take too long to get it into market-ready condition.

Don’t have the money or time to complete major repairs recommended to sell your house on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)? With Sundae, you can sell your Atlanta home fast to a pool of real estate investors without repairs, no open houses, receive your top offer with no obligation to accept, and pay no seller fees to Sundae.

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Fees Seller pays Buyer pays
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Sell as-is* ×
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* iBuyers may buy as-is, but not extremely distressed homes.

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How to sell your home fast in Atlanta

By Kyle Spearin
Kyle Spearin is Sundae’s Real Estate Editor. As both an investor and content marketing professional, Kyle combines his passion for real estate investing and educational background with his love of helping others. His experience with real estate tech companies, including contributing to BiggerPockets Pro, gives him insight into markets across the United States.

Updated November 30, 2022

  1. Tell us about your property. Fill out our form or speak with a Sundae local expert to find out if Sundae is a good fit for your property.
  2. We’ll prepare your listing. Let us do the work. We’ll prepare your listing for auction with photos, a 3D tour, and order a home inspection as needed.

  3. Review your offers within days. Competition drives multiple offers and a fair price on our marketplace. We’ll present the highest offer to you.
  4. Sell as-is and move at your pace. Close in as little as 10 days or within 60 days. You may also be eligible for up to a $10k cash advance.

Selling a home is hard–we get it. That's why we offer a quick and hassle-free way to sell your house on Sundae's marketplace. We’re with you every step of the way to navigate and simplify the selling process so you move on without stress. We’ll handle everything from the offer stage to closing. You won't have to worry about figuring out what your house is worth, finding buyers, open houses, or confusing paperwork.

We help Atlanta Homeowners sell as-is

No matter where you live in Fulton county or beyond, we can help. Our team will do a walk-through to gather information for your profile and help you sell with no open houses or other inconveniences found in the traditional selling process. We operate in Atlanta proper, Alpharetta, Decatur, and much of the surrounding area.

We help Fulton County homeowners sell as-is in these cities:

  • Alpharetta
  • Norcross
  • Marietta
  • Duluth
  • Roswell
  • Kennesaw
  • Lawrenceville
  • Suwanee
  • Decatur
  • Cumming
  • Smyrna
  • Buford
  • Tucker
  • Woodstock
  • Dallas
  • Carrollton
  • Stone Mountain
  • Dunwoody
  • Stockbridge
  • Peachtree City
  • Morrow
  • Conyers
  • Canton
  • Jonesboro
  • Cartersville
  • Douglasville
  • Lilburn
  • Acworth
  • Covington
  • Jasper
  • Riverdale
  • Sugar Hill
  • Newnan
  • Griffin
  • Winder
  • Forest Park
  • Hiram
  • Loganville
  • Clarkston
  • Lithonia
  • Avondale Estates
  • Dacula
  • Austell
  • Fayetteville
  • Barnesville
  • Manchester
  • Powder Springs
  • College Park
  • Vinings
  • Tyrone
  • Mableton
  • Bowdon
  • Sandy Springs
  • Oxford
  • Statham
  • Waleska
  • Tate
  • Rex
  • Ball Ground
  • Milner
  • Buckhead
  • Holly Springs
  • Palmetto
  • Sharpsburg
  • Emerson
  • Newborn
  • White
  • Social Circle
  • Meansville
  • North Metro
  • Bostwick
  • Kingston
  • Jersey
  • Talking Rock
  • Clarkdale
  • Franklin
  • Turin
  • Roopville
  • Taylorsville
  • Mansfield
  • Concord
  • Felton
  • Dawsonville
  • Madison
  • Monroe
  • Hampton
  • Bremen
  • Tallapoosa
  • Union City
  • Monticello
  • Marble Hill
  • Snellville
  • Fairburn
  • Chamblee
  • Locust Grove
  • Senoia
  • Sunny Side
  • Grayson
  • Villa Rica
  • Lithia Springs
  • Scottdale
  • Warm Springs
  • Auburn
  • Jackson
  • Flovilla
  • Hillsboro
  • Adairsville
  • Jenkinsburg
  • Bethlehem
  • Temple
  • Waco
  • Buchanan
  • Porterdale
  • Rydal
  • Pine Lake
  • Grantville
  • Mount Zion
  • Haralson
  • Good Hope
  • Lebanon
  • Molena
  • North Decatur
  • Moreland
  • Redan
  • Cassville
  • Woodbury
  • Rutledge
  • Winston
  • Lovejoy
  • Greenville
  • Sargent
  • Bowdon Junction
  • Zebulon
  • Red Oak
  • Shady Dale
  • Luthersville
  • Glenn
  • Orchard Hill
  • Williamson
  • Experiment
  • Gay
  • Brooks
  • Whitesburg
  • Conley
  • Mcdonough
  • Braselton

How it works

How do we make money?

We want to help you net as much money as possible, that’s why there are no seller fees paid to Sundae. Sundae makes money primarily through transaction-based buyer premiums, paid subscription services for property investors, and additional services we offer to our property investors (such as title, escrow, and brokerage services).

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Risks to selling your house fast

When you're trying to sell your house fast, there are three main risks you might run into:

The first is the risk of overpricing. If your home is priced too high, it will sit on the market for a long time and eventually be sold at a lower price—which means that it won't have sold as quickly as you would have liked.The second is the risk of underpricing. You could leave money on the table if you accept a low-ball offer or fall victim to a scam.

There are people in the real estate space known for scamming sellers by using predatory tactics like bait-and-switch. This is when you’re offered a certain price, then the buyer renegotiates for way less than they promised after they have you on the hook.

The third is the risk of not marketing the home properly. If your home isn't marketed effectively, potential buyers won't know about it or understand what makes it special enough to buy.

On Sundae’s marketplace, we market your home to a pool of over 20,000 real estate investors who pay cash. Our staff also helps come up with a starting price for offers, but several homeowners have sold for more and avoided low-ball offers. Best of all, there’s no obligation to accept an offer.

Compare multiple offers for your house on your timeline

Before accepting an offer today, it’s important to know what your house is worth when selling off-market. To get the most from selling a home as-is, you need to bolster competition for your home. That gives you a better chance of getting a higher offer.

Sundae's marketplace creates competition between real estate investors, which might lead to a handful of offers for you. During the home buying process, cash home buyers are competing with other investors for your business, they’re incentivized to put their best offer first. It may even help you get more than you asked for in the first place.

Offers 1 Multiple
Offer price $410,000 $380,000
Service fees (8%) -$32,800 ×
Repair costs (3%) -$12,300 ×
Closing costs (1%) -$4,100 ×
Cleaning fees -$1,000 ×
Sale proceeds $359,800 $380,000

This material is for informational purposes only and has been prepared without regard to your individual circumstances. This data may not be representative of all transactions on Sundae’s Marketplace, as some buyers may submit offers which include different terms than specified above. The iBuyer fees set forth above are based on publicly available data. Not all iBuyers operate in the same way, some houses may need more or less repairs, and thus iBuyer fees may vary. Let your Market Expert know if you have an offer from an iBuyer.

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When you should turn to Sundae

Sundae helps you sell your house off-market for the highest price, without any work, in any condition. We specialize in selling houses as-is. We’ve helped sellers in situations like these and more.

Property is dated or in need of repairs

Downsizing or relocation due to retirement

Structural issues, unpermitted work, or condemned houses

Inheriting a property you can’t keep

Financial distress such as medical bills or foreclosure

Sudden or unexpected life events

Vacant or problematic rental house

Damage from natural disasters

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fastest way to sell a house that needs work?

The most common way to sell a house is on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) with a traditional real estate agent. If you choose to go this route, your agent might ask you to complete renovations–otherwise you risk having your house sit on the market.

There’s an alternate route available for homeowners looking to sell with no repairs: Sundae. Over a four day period, your house may receive offers on our marketplace. From there, you’ll be able to choose a closing date as few as 10 days away. The best part? No repairs or updates needed.

The fastest way to sell a house that needs work is by selling off market. This means selling with a fast cash offer either directly to an investor, iBuyer  or using a marketplace like Sundae. In doing so, you’ll be able to save time and money that would’ve otherwise been spent on renovations.

Even though your house may not be at risk of entering foreclosure, you want to move on with your life. When evaluating ways to sell, consider all of the on-market and off-market options.

Learn more: How to Sell a House That Needs Work

How long does it take to sell a house in Atlanta, Georgia?

If you're thinking about selling your house, you may be wondering how long it will take to sell. It takes an average of 85 days to close in Atlanta on Sundae’s marketplace from start to finish. On Sundae’s marketplace, the biggest advantages are that you can sell off-market and close in as little as 10 days after receiving your highest offer.

On the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), the time it takes to sell a house depends on several factors. For example, the condition of your home. When your home is dated or distressed, it might take longer to sell than if it were in tip-top shape. That’s why some traditional real estate agents will recommend that you renovate before selling, which may be time-consuming.

Another factor is location– depending on the local amenities and desirability of the neighborhood, it might take more or less time.

Learn more: How Long It Takes to Sell a House
Learn more: How to Sell a House as-is

How do you get the most from selling a house as-is?

When you work with Sundae, we’ll help you estimate the value of your home. We then market your house to our list of 20,000+ investors who can place offers over a four day period. At the end, we’ll present you with the highest offer you received and you have the option to sell to an all cash home buyer.

Before accepting an offer today, it’s important to know what your house is worth when selling off-market. To get the most from selling a home as-is, you need to bolster competition for your home. That gives you a better chance of getting a higher offer.

Learn more: Selling a House as-is

Does Sundae charge any fees?

We want to help you maximize your profits, so you can begin the next chapter of your life. That’s why there are no fees paid to Sundae as the seller. It’s important to note that if you have outstanding HOA dues, liens, mortgage payments, or otherwise you will still need to pay them.

Learn more: About Us

What’s the difference between Sundae and an iBuyer?

Homeowners in the Atlanta area who want fast cash often turn to local home buyers like “we buy houses” companies and iBuyers. While we offer a fast sale, we’re not an iBuyer. iBuyers give you a “take it or leave it” offer today, but may have fees associated with closing. In addition, they tend to prefer houses that require minimal repairs, so that they can put it back on the market quickly.Your home may be damaged or dated, but that doesn't mean you can't sell it with speed.

Our business model is different: no fees paid to Sundae by the seller, no repairs, and no "take it or leave it" offers. Sundae’s marketplace puts you in the driver’s seat and you choose whether to accept an offer. On average, sellers get 22+ offers.

Learn more:Before Selling Your House to an iBuyer

Is now a good time to sell a house in Atlanta?

With interest rates rising, you may be wondering whether or not now is a good time to sell your house in Atlanta.

Interest rates affect potential buyers’ purchasing power. As rates go up, people are able to afford less on a monthly basis. This could have the effect of limiting the buyer pool. If you’re considering selling, but want to wait it out, just remember that you can't predict what the future of the market will look like.

We recommend evaluating the Atlanta real estate market right now before making a final decision. The median sales price of a home in Atlanta is $410,000, which is an increase of about 11.7% this past year. That means that your home’s equity has likely increased.

To get an even better read on your house’s value, ask the question: are home prices going up in my neighborhood? Check out houses listed for sale near you that are in similar condition to get a feel for what your house could go for if sold today. If you believe that you can sell your house fast and cash in on its equity, then there shouldn't be any reason to wait!