There are three main ways you can make an offer to purchase a Vanderbilt preowned home: on the phone, through the form on our website, and through certain messaging platforms.
It can feel intimidating if you don’t know about the process. Some offer processes are quite formal and may require paperwork. However, our process is not, it is relaxed and laid back. It’s a verbal commitment so you don’t have to feel pressure about your offer. We will work with you throughout the entire process.
Before making an offer, we highly recommend that you have visited the home in person. There are many things you can’t get a feel for until you see the home in person – such as the area around the home, the condition of the home, etc. If you’re wanting to make an offer, but haven’t yet visited the home, feel free to give us a call to schedule a viewing.
Making an offer by phone
All you have to do is call up one of our sales representatives with your offer. You will then work with them until you find a price you can agree on (or in some cases you may not). Sometimes there can be a little back and forth, but your sales representative will work hard to try and get back to you quickly each time. Call us at 855 – 215 – 5564!
For homes that are eligible for online offers, making an offer on our website is easy. The following are required:
- Offer amount;
- Full name;
- Phone #; and
- Email address
You will also have the option to provide additional information if you so choose, which may allow us to better serve you. Your offer will then go to one of our sales representatives to review. Keep in mind that some of our homes listings are cash only transactions, depending on the property.
Making an offer through messaging platforms
Making an offer through online chat (on vmfhomes.com), VMF Homes Facebook, or email (email@example.com) follows a similar process. You can send us a message with your offer, and a sales representative will review it.
Your sales representative will communicate the next steps with you if they want to accept or talk to you about your offer, and they will help you through the rest of the process.
I hope this has helped you better understand how to buy a Vanderbilt preowned home. Please feel free to call one our representatives to get more info or to ask any questions.