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Frequently asked questions

Comprehensive answers to your most commonly asked questions.


Zomelle is buying homes in Central PA:

Lancaster, Lititz, Ephrata, Manheim, Mount Joy, Millersville, Strasburg, New Holland, East Petersburg, Elizabethtown, Willow Street, Columbia, Mountville, Bird in Hand, Intercourse, Quarryville, Marietta, and Akron.

*We also buy select homes in York County, Dauphin County, Lebanon County, and surrounding areas.

  • Single-family residential homes, including condos and townhomes.
  • Multi-family 2-4 unit residential investment properties.
  • Homes with a value of no more than $300,000.
Yes. Even though you don’t need an agent to sell your home to Zomelle, if you’re already working with an agent or your home is currently listed, we will work with your agent directly. Simply have your agent submit your request for an offer on your behalf or submit your home with your agent’s information and we’ll take it from there.

Lease Option

The advantage of a Lease Option (Lease with the right to purchase) is to rescue sellers who owe more than their home is worth. We have a network of buyers who are willing to pay you more for your home.

The buyer takes complete control of the home and you are not left with any repair costs or rental concerns. Plus you retain the title (mortgage deed) until the buyer exercises their right to purchase the home.

Owner Financing

Owner Financing your property means that you can sell your home over time. This allows your home to become a long-term investment, where you reap the benefits of monthly income, increased interest rates, and deferred capital gains taxes.


Receiving an offer on your home from Zomelle is free, and comes with absolutely no obligation to sell. To get started, click “get an offer” on the bottom of this page, and we’ll walk you through some quick questions about your home’s condition, features, and upgrades.

Your home is carefully evaluated by a team of real estate experts who specialize in your market. Using their knowledge, combined with predictive market analysis technologies, Zomelle is able to provide our clients with data-driven competitive offers.

Our team of real estate experts work hard to make sure that our initial offer is fair and a competitive market price. However, if you feel that we’ve missed something about your home that affects our offer – we want to know. Please feel free to contact your Home Specialist and we’ll be happy to re-evaluate your property.

The home values found on sites like Zillow, Trulia,, and Redfin, are determined by the site’s individual computer-generated algorithms. Those values are limited by the data that is available to them through public record. They look at the market’s history; not where it’s going.

While our offer is not intended to be an appraisal of any kind, it is a real and actionable offer and is based on careful analysis by our team of real estate experts. We take time to evaluate and understand your home’s unique features and condition in the context of the market’s inventory and future supply.

Accepting our offer

You officially accept our offer by signing the purchase agreement. Once Zomelle, you (and any other sellers on the deed) sign the agreement, we are officially under contract.

Zomelle makes it easy to sign your documents online using one of our electronic signature providers.

About the inspection

Yes. Zomelle will perform a free, on-site inspection of your home within 15 days of the signed agreement. The purpose the appointment is to verify the specifications of your home, its condition, and identify needed repairs.

Either an Zomelle team member, partner or licensed property inspector will perform the inspection. If specialists are needed, we will consult with a licensed contractor to provide additional insight and expertise about the home’s condition. We will work with you to coordinate the scheduling of all property inspections.

Zomelle will need access to your entire home during our inspection. When your inspection is scheduled, we will provide you with a guide that will help you prepare for the inspection and provide you with an overview of the most common items we evaluate during the inspection process.

About closing

Closing dates can be scheduled anywhere from 10-60 days.
Yes, we can adjust your closing date at any point throughout the selling process. You have up to 60 days to close on the sale of your home to Zomelle and we are able to adjust this date within this period to your schedule.
The title company or attorney office handling the transaction will send the final payoff payment to your lender, the remaining funds will be wired to your bank account.
The title company or attorney’s office handling the transaction will schedule a convenient time for you to sign the closing documents. Typically, the closing takes place at the title company or attorney’s office although you may also request a mobile notary come to you. The date this happens is called the closing date or close of escrow. On your closing date, the sale is recorded on public record and the funds are distributed. The timing of this varies depending upon the state you live in and the time of day you sign your documents.

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