Frequently Asked Questions
Do you really buy houses in cash?
YES. We have cash reserves and many lines of credit. We're also heavly backed by private cash investors and work along side with Open Line Capital.
How long will it take to sell my house?
We move quickly to purchase your property, in as few as 10 days. You don't have to wait for traditional loan approvals from other regular buyers. But don't feel presured if you need time to sell, we can close as quickly or slow as needed.
Can I sell my house in as-is condtion?
Working with us you simply take what you want and you can leave the rest behind. You can finally stop putting money into the property. Also, ask us how we can get you a free dumpster.
I owe more then what my house is worth, can I still sell it?
With us yes you can. We work with all different unique senarios. We promise to explore all your options so you can still walk away with money in your pocket.
I inherited a property, do I need to probate?
After a death, it's not necessary to get a probate court's approval in order to transfer many valuable assets to the people who inherit them. It all depends on how the deceased person set things up. We work directly with Attorneys who can guide you to ensure everything has been set up properly.
Who is responsible for violations, open permits and or CCO?
We as Buyers will take on that responsiblity so you don't have to.
Urgent!! My property is on the Sheriff Sale!!
Not to worry!!! If your house is on the Sheriff Sale we can help adjourn the sale of the house. This will help you avoid foreclosure. We've helped many clients avoid foreclosure.
What should I do if I receive a Lis Pendens?
A Lis Pendens is a written notice that a legal action has been filed involving real estate. We can help you explore your options to settle this pending lawsuit.
Zillow says my house is in Pre-Foreclosure.
When someone stops paying their mortgage, the bank usually will threaten foreclosure after about 3 missed payments. This home is not for sale. It is labeled as being in the process of foreclosure, but it is not a foreclosed property yet.