Top 5 We Buy Houses for Cash Companies in Wyoming


Kristen Klempert


June 30th, 2020


Clever's Real Estate Experts compiled objective overviews of five companies that buy houses for cash in Wyoming. Our assessments are based on publicly available information — we've just sifted through everything to present the pertinent factors you need to know to make a decision.

The traditional home selling process doesn't work for everyone. In Wyoming, a typical home sale can take 123 days from listing to closing. Some homeowners can't wait that long.

Enter "we buy houses for cash" companies.

These, and other types of cash buyers, offer a fast solution for homeowners. They purchase houses "as-is" — that is, in their current condition, without any repairs or prep — and pay in cash, so sellers don't have to wait for a buyer to get a mortgage approval. The process is quick, easy, and requires no repairs or home prep.

For home sellers who need to sell in a hurry, want to avoid repair costs, or are looking for a more convenient selling method, a cash buyer can be a great option. But they're not right for everyone.

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To ensure a profit, "we buy houses for cash" companies make offers that are well under fair market value. The speed and convenience they offer doesn't always outweigh the hit you could take to your bottom line.

In this article, we explain how "we buy houses" companies work, review five legitimate companies in Wyoming, and break down examples to help you understand how much you can make selling to a cash buyer compared to other alternatives.

Read on to make an informed decision — and maybe find the buyer for your home!

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ASAP Cash Homebuyers

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ASAP Cash Homebuyers

Phone Number

(866) 350-6769

Time to Offer

5 minutes

Minimum Time to Sell

7 days


ASAP Cash Home Buyers is a national service that partners with local investors. In general, you can sell your house to ASAP Cash Home Buyers by:

  • Filling out the initial online assessment.
  • Receiving an in-depth property analysis and valuation, plus a no-obligation cash offer.
  • Considering the offer as long as necessary, no time restrictions.
  • Closing within a week, or on your own schedule.

You should connect with the local partner or franchise to get more details on how you can sell your home. Also know that experiences will vary from region to region, based on the local investor you’re paired with.

ASAP Cash Home Buyers provides local services in all 50 states, including:

As of 5/27/2020, ASAP Cash Home Buyers has an average rating of 5/5 based on two customer reviews.


>>LEARN more about national "we buy houses for cash" companies

How Much Will We Buy Houses for Cash Companies in Wyoming Pay?

"We buy houses" companies use the 70% rule to ensure they'll make a profit. Basically, the 70% rule says the buyer shouldn't pay more than 70% of the home's After Repair Value (ARV) — what they hope to sell the house for — minus repairs.

Selling a House to a Cash Buyer in Wyoming: 2 Examples

"We buy houses for cash" companies use home values of comparable properties to estimate ARV. Assuming your house is the same size and has the same layout as most homes in your area, your city's average home value is more or less the ARV a cash buyer is shooting for.

However, the cost of necessary repairs will significantly impact the offer you receive.

For many sellers, being unable to pay for repairs limits their options. You need to consider whether paying for repairs out-of-pocket is an option before deciding to sell to a cash buyer.

Let's look at some examples of cash offers a home seller could expect in different Wyoming cities versus what it would cost to pay for repairs out-of-pocket.

Home in Lander in Need of Major Repairs

Say your home is in Lander, where the average home value is $254,055. Your house needs a new roof (average repair cost: $1,696), a kitchen remodel ($25,146), foundation repairs ($4,407), and sod installed on the lawn ($1,850).

Here's how a cash buyer will calculate their offer:

70% of ARV$177,839
Cost of Repairs$33,099
Max. Cash Buyer Offer$144,740

Cost of repairs based on HomeAdvisor State and National averages (June 2020)

The offer may seem low, but most homeowners don't have almost $34,000 to pay for the repairs. In addition, more extensive repairs can easily get out of hand and exceed the average (i.e. a kitchen remodel with new cabinets, counters, and appliances can cost upwards of $50,000).

To avoid that out-of-pocket expense and the risk of spending more than you'll get back, in this example, it's understandable why a seller would accept an offer that was about 43% below fair market value.

If the cost of fixing your home is similarly high, selling to a "we buy houses for cash" company may be your best option.

Home in Casper in Need of Minor Repairs

In Casper, the average home value is $211,781. If your house needs minor repairs like new carpeting ($1,633) and a fresh coat of paint ($3,267), here's how a cash buyer will calculate their offer:

70% of ARV$148,247
Cost of Repairs$4,900
Max. Cash Buyer Offer$143,347

Cost of repairs based on HomeAdvisor State and National averages (June 2020)

In this case, the total cost of professional repairs is $4,900, but the offer is 32% below fair market value.

Instead of selling to a "we buy houses" company and losing almost $69,000, it might be a better option to pay for the repairs, make some minor fixes yourself, or offer traditional buyers a repair credit.

Are "We Buy Houses for Cash" Companies Scams?

Many "we buy houses for cash" companies in Wyoming are safe and completely legal. They provide a valuable service to homeowners who need to sell their homes quickly or can't afford to make repairs. Many local cash buying companies are family owned and work with sellers to meet their closing and moving timelines.

That being said, as with any industry, there are bad apples. If a "cash buyer" approaches you, check that they have an established web presence and customer reviews before giving them your personal information.

Also read all the fine print on any contract they present you. Look up words or terms you don't understand. And never assume the contract says what you agreed to verbally.

Most importantly, look at the contract's contingencies. These are the conditions that allow the buyer to back out of the sale or change the terms. Unless you understand the contingencies, you could be taken advantage of.

How Much Does Selling to a Cash Buyer Cost?

Every real estate transaction has costs that can add up quickly. Expenses like closing costs, repairs, and real estate agent commissions can eat away at your profits.

Luckily, when you sell to a "we buy houses for cash" company, you avoid many traditional selling costs like:

  • Realtor commissions
  • Closing costs
  • Staging
  • Seller concessions

When you add all these expenses up, selling to a cash buyer can have significantly fewer costs than a typical home sale. However, given the lower sale price of selling to a "we buy houses" company, the savings don't always make up the difference.

Let's take a look at four different ways to sell your home and how the costs compare:

Selling Cost Comparison in Wyoming

Selling to a We Buy Houses for Cash CompanySelling with CleverSelling with a Traditional Realtor
Sale price (compared to fair market value)70% max.100%100%
Closing Costs0%1-3%1-3%
Seller Concessions^0%2.1-3.0%2.1-3.0%
Commissions/Service Fees^0%1% listing fee + 2.8% buyer's agent commission5.0-5.8%
Max Take Home70% max93% max92% max

*Based on 2020 iBuyer Report
^Wyoming seller concessions and commission rates based on a Clever survey of 500+ real estate agents

Repair Costs

Many cash buyers advertise that home sellers do not have to pay for repairs. And it's true. You don't have to open your wallet and pay for a contractor or repair supplies. However, since cash buyers take on these costs themselves, their offers are lower to make up the difference.

So when selling your home, consider the different ways necessary repair costs impact your bottom line — both positively and negatively.

Typical Repair CostProsCons
Making Repairs Before ListingVaries based on home's condition.You can list your home for more.No guarantee your final sale price will cover the cost of the repairs.
"We Buy Houses" CompanyVaries based on home's condition. But the more that needs to be done, the lower their offer will be.No hassle of dealing with contractors and no uncertainty of paying for repairs that don't lead to a higher sale price.As professional house flippers, "we buy houses" companies can have repairs done for less than you. However, their offer may not reflect the discount they receive.
Offering Repair CreditsIn the U.S., sellers typically agree to $5,000+ in repair credits.Instead of paying for repairs, a credit passes the responsibility and risk to the buyer.There are limitations on how you can offer repair credits. Depending on the buyer's lender, you might have to write a check to a contractor chosen by the buyer.

*Based on 2020 iBuyer Report
+Based on a Clever survey of 500+ agents; 80% in the U.S. said repair credits rarely exceed $5,000.

Carrying Costs

Many homeowners sell to a "we buy houses for cash" company because speed is their biggest priority. They might need to sell quickly to avoid foreclosure or to get out from under the costs of owning an unwanted property, also known as carrying costs.

Every day you wait to close your sale, you lose money on carrying costs. Here's how those costs break down in Wyoming.

Average Carrying Costs in Wyoming

Mortgage Payment: $34
Homeowners Insurance: $6
Utilities: $12
Property Taxes: $4
Maintenance: $7
Total Cost per Day: $64

Carrying costs based on data from the U.S. Census,,, WallerHub, and Clever Real Estate

Now let's look at how these costs can add up depending on how long it takes to sell your home in Wyoming.

Total Carrying Costs

Selling MethodTime to OfferTime to CloseCarrying Costs
"We Buy Houses for Cash"1 day (pending home evaluation)7-30 days$512-$1,984
Traditional Agent78 days30-45 days$6,912-$7,872
Clever Partner Agent13 days*30-45 days$2,752-$3,712

*Based on the average time it takes for homes listed with Clever to receive an offer

Total Selling Costs in Wyoming

Let's get down to brass tacks: How much can you expect to make selling your home to a cash buyer versus with an agent on the open market?

Looking at an example with actual numbers will help you see if selling to a "we buy houses for cash" company is really worth it for your situation.

Here's how much a seller in Wyoming can walk away with using the state's home value of $256,000 and its average selling cost rates (closing costs, repair costs/credits, carrying costs, etc.).

Wyoming Cost Breakdown

Selling to a We Buy Houses for Cash CompanySelling with a Traditional RealtorSelling with Clever
Sale price$153,600*$256,000$256,000
Repair Costs$0$5,000$5,000
Seller Concessions$0$6,528$6,528
Staging Costs^$0$1,144$1,144
Closing Costs$0$5,120$5,120
Carrying Costs$512$6,912$2,752
Commissions/Service Fees$0$13,722$10,168
Take Home$153,088$217,574$225,288

*Based on the 70% rule and assuming the house needs 10% of its ARV in repairs
**Based on iBuyer offers being 98% of fair market value and a house needing 2% of its ARV in repairs
^Based on HomeAdvisor national average

Pros and Cons of We Buy Houses For Cash Companies in Wyoming


  • Fast, certain cash offers: After viewing your home, most "we buy houses for cash" companies will give you an offer within 24 hours. And unlike other buyers, there's no chance of the deal falling through because a mortgage application is denied or the buyer getting cold feet.
  • Sell your home "as-is": If you don't have the time or money to make significant repairs to your house, a "we buy houses for cash" company could be your best option. While their offer will account for the cost of repairs, they'll buy homes regardless of their condition.
  • Schedule your own closing date: Instead of going through the typical 30-45 day closing process, you can schedule a day to close in as few as 7 days.
  • Low closing costs: Most "we buy houses for cash" companies will cover typical closing costs. This can save you 1-3%.


  • Lower offers: Cash buyers are property investors. To ensure they make a profit, their offers will likely follow the 70% rule (at most 70% of the home's ARV, minus the cost of repairs).
  • No negotiating: You can either take an offer from a "we buy houses for cash" company or leave it. They don't negotiate, even if you disagree with their evaluation of the property.
  • Predatory tactics: Many sellers considering a cash buyer are in a difficult situation. You might be facing foreclosure or not have enough money to sell the traditional way. "We buy houses" companies know this and some might try and take advantage of your situation. Never sign anything because you feel pressured and be prepared to walk away if something doesn't feel right.

>>LEARN about more cash buyer pros and cons

Alternatives to We Buy Houses for Cash in Wyoming

Many homeowners turn to "we buy houses for cash" companies because they think it's their only option. They need to sell quickly and can't afford to make repairs.

However, there are other ways to sell fast without sacrificing the amount of money you make off the sale.

Traditional Agents

In general, it takes longer to sell a house with an agent than to sell directly to a cash buyer. But there are realtors who specialize in quick sales. With a little research, you could find an experienced agent who can sell your home "as-is" in a matter of days.

Hiring an agent does mean paying commissions, which can eat into your profits. In Wyoming, expect to pay 5.0-5.8% of your sale price in realtor fees.

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Clever can connect you with top agents in Wyoming based on your unique needs. If you need to sell your house fast, Clever will put you in touch with a local agent who has proven they can get offers in a matter of days, or even hours.

Plus, with Clever you save on listing commissions meaning more money in your pocket at the end of your sale.

Listing Fee

1% (minimum $3,000)

Buyer Rebate

Up to 1%

Avg. Customer Rating

4.8/5 (386 reviews)

Pros & Cons
  • Clever Real Estate is a nationwide, online concierge and agent matching service for sellers and buyers — learn more
  • Buyers and sellers are matched with multiple highly rated agents from major brands, such as Keller Williams, Century 21, Compass, RE/MAX, and more
  • Sellers choose a full-service agent and pay a flat, $3,000 fee — or just 1% for homes more than $350,000
  • Buyers may be eligible for up to 1% back at closing (in qualifying locations)

Clever has pre-negotiated lower commission rates with top agents in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico

  • Listing fee of $3,000 (or 1% on homes >$350K) for a full-service agent
  • Sellers only pay once their home is sold
  • Partner Agents are top, local realtors with at least 5 years experience
  • Agent matches are customized and based on your specific situation
  • Eligible buyers receive a home buyer rebate of up to 1%
  • Sellers may not be matched with an agent from their preferred brokerage
  • While homes are listed on the MLS, there's no independent Clever listing site.

As of May 20, 2020, Clever's average customer rating is 4.8/5 based on 386 reviews on Trustpilot.


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