Terms and Conditions
Certain terms and conditions are specific to certain of our Services. We’ve broken those out below.
A Fortuna Offer is based upon a valuation calculated using publicly-available information as well as proprietary valuation calculations. It typically takes into account hundreds of data sets related to your home and its location.
A Fortuna Offer is not an appraisal. It reflects what Fortuna is willing to pay for your home.
Selling to Fortuna
A Fortuna Offer is an offer by Fortuna to purchase your home. You will be eligible to receive an offer after you provide us with information about your home and (i) you are the owner or represent the owner of the home, (ii) the home is in one of our service areas, (iii) the home meets our current home-buying parameters, which may change from time to time for a given service area under our sole discretion, (iv) we have had an opportunity to assess your home and (v) you have paid the Fortuna processing fee.
Fortuna is not a Real Estate Broker
In the event that Fortuna makes you an offer on your home, Fortuna is not acting as your real estate agent or broker; nor does Fortuna represent you in any capacity as a seller. Fortuna is merely acting as a purchaser of real estate. As a seller, you have the right, and it is your responsibility, to independently evaluate and decide whether to accept the Fortuna Offer.
Fortuna Processing Fee
The Fortuna processing fee helps cover the expenses Fortuna incurs in buying and reselling your home, including holding costs like taxes, utilities, and maintenance. Processing fees may vary dependent on anticipated costs for the particular home. It does not include negotiated repairs costs or third party charges related to the settlement of the sale.
Fortuna will refund 100% of the fees if Fortuna is unable to make an offer to purchase your home for any reason whatsoever.