FAQ

Statistically, your average American will buy and sell a house three or four times throughout their lives. For us, buying property has become something we deal with on a daily basis. This allows us to give you a very clear picture of the process and how things work. Every time we speak with a homeowner they usually have one of the following questions. If you have a question that is not answered here, give us a call.

A cash transaction that doesn’t involve any lender is the fastest way to sell a house. This type of transaction should let you sell the house as-is without you having to make any repairs or remove any belongings you aren’t bringing with you. Read More
No. There are no realtor fees or commissions involved in our transaction.
Short Answer: You do nothing until closing day.

Long Answer: After accepting our offer, you don’t need to do anything. Once the purchase agreement is signed, it is then sent to our title company. They order a lien search and begin their title search. These two searches are mandatory so that we know that the title is clear and that there are no unforeseen liens on the property. While waiting for the results, we keep you updated on a daily basis. You do not need to do anything until you sign the closing papers.
No, we buy houses as-is. That means that our offer is for the home in the condition it is in on the day we sign the purchase agreement.
There are two main things we need to know about the property. One, the general condition of the home. Two, has there been any additional improvements made that are not known by the property appraiser.
We are able to close quickly because we use our own cash to purchase your home. This allows us to save about a month's time because there are no banks involved, which means no mortgage paperwork, appraisals, or inspections.
Yes. We have purchased countless homes in HOA governed neighborhoods.
It depends. We do not buy mobile homes that do not own the land that they are on. If your mobile home is on land that you own, we will buy it!