We’ve compiled some helpful resources to help you sell your house fast and quite possibly save you from foreclosure. We work with homeowners every day who are in different stages of their need to sell their house quickly but can’t do it the traditional route… through a real estate agent for one reason or another.

Some were too deep into the foreclosure process, some were exiting the landlord world, and others lived across the country and had no interest in owning the property or the hassle of selling on the open market. Bottom line, sometimes you just need to sell your house fast.

Resources To Help You Sell Your House Fast

Whether you sell your house to us, list your home with us, or none of the above, we would like you to use us as a resource tool. We’ve been in the real estate industry on the investing and sales side for almost 30 years and we’d be glad to answer any questions you might have.

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We’re here to help you better understand your options, and walk you through how our “home buying” service works… We are local investors and that is our first priority, not wholesaling. That said, there are times when wholesaling a property might be in the best interest of all parties but this is not our goal. Got questions about this, contact Troy here.

Once we get to this point, we’ll make you a fair no-obligation, no-hassle offer. It’s simple, straightforward, and just may be perfect for you.

Check out these resources and links below…

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Free Guide: The Pros and Cons Of Selling A House To A Professional House Buyer – We wrote this guide this year to walk through your 3 options when you need to sell your house fast.

  1. Working with an agent.
  2. Selling it yourself.
  3. Selling to a real estate investor.

This guide will give you the information you need… The pros, cons, costs, and timeline associated with each option… and it will show you which options make the most sense in different situations. Download the guide free here <<

This article by WAPO might help too. It walks you through the ins and outs of selling your house to a real estate investor. Washington Post Article On Selling To A Real Estate Investor

WAPO was spot on with their recommendation to make sure you look for an investor who can deliver on their promise. The truth is, there are tons of “wholesalers” out there who make promises, sound convincing, and make offers but can’t actually close on their offer.

So, What Is Wholesaling?

Years ago we referred to wholesaling property as making an “assignable contract.” In other words, the buyer has the right to sell (or assign) the sales contract to a new buyer.

Today we call it wholesaling, but it’s basically the same thing. So, a person makes an offer on a home and does so with the goal of “flipping” the sales contract to another investor for an agreed-upon fee between investors. Oftentimes, wholesalers don’t have the goal or financial ability to buy the property themselves.

The problem with this arrangement is obvious… if the wholesalers don’t actually have the funds to close on the sale if they are unable to procure an investor to buy the property (the sale contract), the sale fails… often times several weeks or months after the original sales contract was signed. This has caused many sellers to be skeptical of real estate investors, and with good reason.

As you can imagine, it can be a colossal waste of time. Bottom line, it is important to know if the person you are dealing with can actually close on the sale, especially if you need to sell your house fast.

Here’s a great question to ask anyone who might be calling, texting, or mailing you about your home… Are they able to close or is the sale contingent on them flipping the contract to another investor? We are able to make offers and we are able the sale.

Foreclosure Resources and Information –

FDIC Foreclosure Prevention Information – The FDIC is a government entity and created a great resource and “Foreclosure Prevention Toolkit”. If you’re in foreclosure check it out.

Foreclosure Prevention Guide The Urban Affairs Coalition has a great foreclosure prevention guide to walk you through the foreclosure process.

5 Ways To Stop or Avoid Foreclosure In Today’s Market – FREE Guide:

Need more information on the foreclosure process and How To Stop ForeclosureDownload our FREE Stop Foreclosure Guide here. Or, you can always feel free to Contact us anytime if you have questions, want a no-hassle Situation Evaluation, or want to just learn more about how we can help homeowners avoid foreclosure or sell unwanted properties for cash.

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