Are you looking to sell your home quickly for cash? I’ve got several cash buyers looking in all over the DFW! No commission for sellers to pay if they sell to one of my cash buyers off MLS, just a quick, cash close. Call me for a free consultation about your options. Whether the best choice is to list the home at full price, sell to investors, or work something out with the bank, I am here to help. Let me be your resource to help find the best solution for your situation. No charge, no commitment, just good information and hopefully solutions.
Facing Foreclosure: Facing foreclosure is one of the most stressful things to go through. Most people do not choose not to pay their mortgage, but sometimes life has a way of throwing curve balls, like sickness, death, or a lost job. If you are in a situation where you are behind on your payments, you have options. You may be able to work out a loan modification with your lender. You will have to ask them if there is any kind of modification available for you, and that is where you should start. If there is no available loan modification you can qualify for, then look into foreclosure help programs from the government. Sometimes these are available, and can be a great resource if you qualify to alleviate some of your stress. If neither of these options are available to you, then your next choice is to sell before your home is auctioned off. If you sell your home early enough in the process, you should be able to sell your home at full market value without having to go through the process of a shortsale or auction. When your home is far enough in the foreclosure process, the bank may give you the option to shortsale your home if you owe at or more than market value, meaning they will sell the home for less than the amount that is owed and while your credit will have a bad mark, it will not have a foreclosure. If you do not shortsale your home, then it will eventually go to auction. You can avoid your home being auctioned by filing bankruptcy, but you should avoid bankruptcy at all costs. Depending on the type of bankruptcy filed, you may have to wait 7 years or more to purchase a home again, and most landlords will not lease to someone with severe credit problems. If you are facing the auction block or tired of dealing with the stress of foreclosure or a shortsale, you can always sell your home cash before it is auctioned off. You will take losses and have to sell for less than market value, but you will avoid foreclosure, bankruptcy, and the embarrassment of being forced from your home by the sheriff and all your belongings put on the curb. I can help you find out what options you have that are best for you. I can list your home at market value, shortsale it out, and I even have cash buyers that will pay cash for your home. I am here to answer any and all questions and will work to help you in any way I can, even if you don't want to sell.
Probate Properties: Properties inherited by probate can sometimes be more of a burden than not. You may inherit a home when you already own a bigger, better one, and the probate just becomes a hassle. There are also many homes that are obtained through probate that need serious repairs as well and cannot qualify for retail buyer financing. If you were lucky enough to inherit a gorgeous move in ready home, congratulations! You can choose to sell it at full market value or even decide to move in the home yourself. In the case of a home with serious repair/renovation needed, your best option, unless you want to fix the home yourself, would be to sell it to an investor. This can be a good solution if you do not want to do the repairs to the home yourself, and don't want to be burdened with the property taxes and insurance you will have to pay if you held on to a home you do not live in. Also, if you keep a home that needs repair and do not make any repairs to it, the home will continue to deteriorate and the repairs will get more and more expensive.
Distressed Homes: If your home is in need of serious (or even minor) repair, you cannot, or do not want to, fix it and you need to sell it quickly, I can help. No commission paid by you if you sell to one of my cash buyers. Homes with foundation problems, bad roofs, plumbing issues, no AC, etc. will not qualify for financing and can be a burden to get rid of. I've got clients ready to purchase distressed homes all over the metroplex. Give me a call we can work out a solution for you.
Upside Down Or No Equity: I can help with this too. Rather than pay money to get rid of your home, give me a call and speak with me about options for you.