Frequently Asked Questions
The process is very straightforward. If you decide that you'd like to sell your house the quickest way possible, give us a call or send us an e-mail. We will ask you a few questions about your home, schedule a time to come take a quick look at it, then follow up with an offer.
If you accept our offer, we sign an agreement and send it to a title company. The title company will help identify and clear up any potential issues during the buying process. Once the title is cleared, you will get your cash on the date we both agree on and that's it!
Yes, we would still buy it. Investors buy houses for many different reasons. There is likely someone out there that is looking for something exactly like your house.
It depends on how fast we can see it! Usually, we will make the offer on the spot and bring all the necessary paperwork to get the process started.
Most of our transactions will happen in less than 30 days. It can range from just a few days to a couple months, depending on the situation. Sometimes there are large, outstanding loans on the a property or a complicated ownership situation. These may take longer to settle than most, but, the majority of houses sell very quickly and smoothly!
We do not need to charge any fees to buy your house, since we do not work on commission like real estate agents do.
There are many factors that go into determining a price for your property. Things like the condition of your home, how much (if anything) you owe on it, and where it is located all determine what we can pay for it. But don't worry about that. You're under no obligation to sell us your home. If you don't like the price, you can always keep the home or talk to a real estate agent!
Of course - many homes we buy have a tenant in place. Just let us know what they are paying for rent, if they are on time with payments, and any other issues you may have with them.
Yes! We're always excited to hear about your experience when working with us. Contact us about your review and we'll get right back with you.