Summary of What We Buy
When it comes to houses, instead of what we buy, it might better to ask, What don’t we buy?” We buy homes in good condition all the way down to homes that need to be torn down.
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Summary of What We Buy
- We buy homes regardless of the reason you’re looking to sell.
- We buy homes regardless of the condition of your home.
- When life throws a curveball, we’re here to help.
We buy homes regardless of the reason you’re looking to sell.
If you’re looking to relocate, we are a healthy option you should consider. We have helped countless sellers move onto the next chapter of their life. Owning a house while strategizing the purchase of your next home can be a very stressful situation. We’ve heard the horror stories of deals falling apart because a seller could not sell their house the way they wanted or on the timeline they wanted. We can remove that burden by being a buyer who can trust to close. We’ve also structured many deals where the seller can occupy the residence for several days to allow for them to pack up and move to their next home.
We can easily handle a situation where you’re part of an estate looking to sell a home going through probate. We know that’s a process that can either lead to selling your house fast or possibly very slow, depending on how far along you are in the probate process. We can move quickly, but ultimately we’re on your schedule, so if the process needs to play out for a bit, we’re happy with that.
Similar to a probate situation, but if you’ve inherited a home and prefer to sell it for cash, we should be your first option. We’ve bought many properties where there were multiple heirs of a property, and while it can sometimes be a delicate situation, we’re well equipped to handle it.
We’ve seen many situations where the seller was facing a challenging lien. It can be tricky to get deals like this to the finish line, but we have the experience to get the job done. We’re well-equipped to work with title companies, attorneys, and even the lien holders themselves to get a clear title and get you down the road with your cash.
When a seller has health issues, there are situations where it’s difficult to focus on anything except their health. Having a dependable home buyer in their back pocket can ease the burden of having to sell a house. When we buy, you don’t have to worry about ongoing showings, picking up personal property, cleaning/fixing the property. Our goal is to make it as hassle-free as possible, and in many cases, a fair cash offer from a dependable buyer is just what is needed.
DOWNSIZING OR UPGRADING
Things change and the house we had just a few years ago may not be best suited for us now. We’ve bought houses where the seller had too much house for their needs and wanted to downsize. We’ve also structured deals where sellers in that situation could leave behind any unwanted personal property. We can handle packing out unwanted items after closing.
Some sellers have title issues that will scare off most buyers. Not us, primarily because we have the experience to navigate through difficult title situations.
A divorce can be a tense situation. We’re professional and can navigate challenging problems such as talking to both sellers when emotions are high.
We buy homes regardless of the condition of your home.
We buy houses that are sitting vacant, although it’s not for everyone. Maybe termites have set in. Perhaps a roof leak has gone unnoticed. Whatever the situation may be, we are well-equipped to handle anything and everything that goes along with buying a vacant house.
A situation that scares off even experienced real estate investors is the presence of mold. However, we have the expertise to buy homes in that condition and renovate them to a level that entirely eradicates the mold situation. If you have mold, you likely need to sell, and you want someone you can trust to get the deal to the finish line. When it comes to mold, you want someone experienced who will give you a fair cash offer.
Some folks are a bit embarrassed about the amount of personal property inside their home, to the degree that it could be considered a hoarder house. The amount of personal property inside a house does not bother us. Instead, we look at the house from a project standpoint, identifying the necessary renovations. Our goal is to look at the home to determine the highest cash offer we can make.
Just like mold, termites scare away even the most seasoned real estate investors. And while we’ll admit it’s not for everyone, buying a house with termite damage is no problem for us.
We buy houses that have incurred fire damage. We’ve bought homes in this situation before and understand what we can and cannot salvage. We also buy homes that we’ll tear down, so if we cannot recover a fire-damaged home, we have the expertise to build a new home on the land. When it comes to fire damage, you want someone experienced who will give you a fair cash offer.
We buy houses that have incurred water damage. “Water damage” is one of the last things you want to hear when it comes to your home, but we know how to rehabilitate a home in that condition. We also purchase homes that reside in a flood zone.
MAJOR REPAIRS NEEDED
There is no level of repair that is too much for us. We come across many people who had good intentions, major repairs stacked up on their homes. It’s essential to sell your house fast before more issues pop up in some of those situations. We’ve also bought homes where the seller started a renovation, but life got in the way of them reaching completion. We can purchase the house with cash and pick up on the project where it left off.
We buy houses in areas where, unfortunately, tornadoes sometimes occur. Storm damage can be a devastating situation for a homeowner. We have a broad level of knowledge that allows us to offer solid advice to the homeowner and understand the various options to get their life back on track. We don’t go into this situation with our eyes dead set on buying. We seek first to understand and then to offer our expert opinion.
When life throws a curveball, we’re here to help.
A job loss can be a financially straining situation. We can close in as short as seven days if quick cash is what you need. We also make strong offers, so you can be sure that you’ll maximize your profit when you sell your house to us.
We’ve seen it countless times when a realtor made big promises to sell a house, only for the home to go unsold and result in an expired listing. The first house we bought as a company was when a realtor listed the property for over nine months without any luck. We ended up netting the seller more money than they had planned with the realtor, and we closed in three weeks. That’s what we call a win/win deal.
If you’re looking to sell your house but are in the middle of bankruptcy, give us a call. It can be a tricky situation, but we have the expertise to clear all hurdles and buy your house.
BEHIND ON PAYMENTS
Getting behind on payments happens to the best of us. There are so many life events outside of your control that can directly impact your ability to make mortgage payments. If you’re in this situation and need to sell your home, reach out for a free consultation. We can talk through your options.
An upcoming foreclosure can be a high-pressure situation. In many states, a homeowner only has a short time to act. Call us immediately. We have the knowledge and expertise to stop the foreclosure and then talk through the various options. Working with an experienced home buyer is mandatory when facing a foreclosure.
PROBLEM WITH TENANTS
It’s getting increasingly challenging to manage tenants, especially the bad ones. If you find yourself looking to sell your house and walk away from bad tenants, give us a call. We commonly look at homes in person, but we can come up with a fair offer on your house without going inside and disrupting the situation further in the event of hostile tenants.
A job transfer is when you may need to sell your house, and a fast cash offer is preferred. If you don’t know the exact transfer date, we can help. Unlike some real estate investors who buy low volume, we have a steady rotation of properties going in and out of the pipeline. That gives us the flexibility to put forth a flexible deal where we only pick the close date after your job transfer date is known.
Trying to sell a house with little or no equity can be challenging. We’ve helped many people who wanted to deal with a realtor, but that proved challenging with little or no equity. A commonly unknown fact is that the seller pays both sides of the real estate commission at closing. A realtor needs you to have equity so that they can get their commission. When we buy houses, we pay all closing costs, and there are no real estate commissions. That puts us in an excellent position to help when others cannot.