This guy is Eratigena agrestis the Aggressive house spider. Also called the Hobo spider. Depends on your location. If you've just moved into a home that has been vacant for awhile, you will find this spider and he is scary. I've owned tarantulas...okay? I moved into a home in Washington that had been empty of humans two years. Oh the stories...
Your spiders look identical, at least for the classification of tunnel (funnel) spiders; long muscular legs, muscular body and lightening speed despite tarantula size. Hey these guys scare me and I am no girly girl.
I don't know how to help you deal with these guys. But I shall try. This is a tough question. I hate using a pesticide company to kill ALL insects. I didn't hire one even though I saw the warnings. Such as 2 or 4 huge hobos drowned in a little coffee cup. Squished huge spiders in the blankets. The sight we all shared watching our cat chasing something turning on the light and focus to see this humongous spider TURN raise up and that cat went screaming away. We were, even Moi, perched up on the top of the sofas. Those spiders are amazing.
If you get bit...you will need series of antibiotics or you will have this weeping sloughing oozing sore that could necessitate amputation of ...something!
Can't believe I am going to say this. I would if I could go back to that home filled with these very bad spiders, sigh, get the proper stuff and spray. The wood piles, the corners, the vents...this is one spider you do not want to be bitten by. Facial surgery if bitten on the face.
I have had tarantula pets, snakes, lizards...you name it. This spider is the ONLY spider I would...catch and put outside? Spiders are the good guys big time...this is the only exception. Black Widows? Big Deal. Hobo spiders are scary and not good to have in the house. They actually prefer out doors away from people.
Don't spray everything. You should be able to find their homes in your basement, attic. Tunnel spiders have these webs that form a tunnel into the spider's dining room...keep bed clothes from draping down to the floor from the bed. You will also find them in your bath tub in the mornings.
Sorry. I am seeing I've probably made this spider scary...well, he IS.
Edit: Here is a picture of a Huntsman Spider. See how the legs in back are shorter than the other legs? Huntsman Spider And seriously, spiders control other insects in the home. I hate killing spiders and capturing them taking them outside is what I do. But the hobo and wolf and there are a few other tunnel spiders one needs to not allow themselves to be bitten by. Killing spiders with pesticides is a big no no but when it comes to these spiders...even though I couldn't squish one if my life depended on it, I just am unable to give you my live and let live soap box speech. Looking at all the pictures of these spiders, I could only do so much! What a wimp I've become! They are all going to be different colors and different patterns as they adapt to their surroundings kind of sort of like Octopi (my fav animal of all, and look at all those legs...each with a brain of its own...). Perhaps there is some sort of an ORGANIC pesticide company. One that understands killing everything will be a bad thing, and they HAVE to have a Commercial Pesticide Applicator's License that is current. But I am still looking for other options for control. Do you have any rock work for walls or fireplaces in your home? A basement for utilities? Laundry room? Wood piles around or near your home?