Property companies that buy your house for cash, also known as house-buying companies, are becoming more and more popular within the housing market, especially with the current COVID-19 pandemic and the economic losses and endless uncertainty it has brought with it.
Selling your home to an investment company is strongly preferred by many house-sellers because it’s a quick, easy and painless process – as long as you choose the right investment company.
Here’s our full and comprehensive expert guide on property companies who buy houses for cash.
1. The Types of Property Companies Who Buy Houses For Cash
As we stated earlier, there are many methods you can use and many directions to take to sell your house. If one thing connects each and every one of these, it is this: due diligence.
More importantly, your due diligence.
Selling your home is one of the biggest financial steps we take during our lifetimes, and everything about this sale requires your very best due diligence, including, of course, the way you choose to sell your house initially.
It’s the very reason we are providing you with this in-depth, comprehensive guide – to give you as much information as possible to enable you to make a clear and diligent decision.
The real estate market consists of sellers and buyers, and each of them – whether they are an individual or a company – is out to get the best deal they can. Property companies who buy houses for cash (or house-buying companies) are no different.
The main benefit for sellers is that house-buying companies can purchase properties directly from their cash reserves, and this makes the entire transaction process far quicker and far simpler.
In mid-2021, it took an average of nearly 2 months to sell a house. However, a straight cash payment cuts this time considerably, and house sales can be completed in a matter of days.
Here are the 5 main types of house-buying companies out there, all with slightly different business models:
“House flippers” are real estate investors whose aim is to transform properties from basic homes into high-quality properties. They purchase properties at a discount with the sole intention of remodeling the house to add significant value.
House flippers then resell as quickly as possible for a profit and move on to the next one.
The kind of remodeling improvements they typically look for is mechanical repairs, an addition or change to the original layout, or cosmetic updates – improvements that immediately increase potential equity.
“Buy-and-hold” companies purchase houses with the intention of renting them to tenants – or holding – rather than selling to house buyers. Like flippers, they look for properties that offer enough potential equity or a quick cash flow.
Buy-and-hold companies use the “BRRRR” property model, meaning “Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat.”
“iBuyers” (also known as Instant Buyers) are predominantly online businesses that use real estate market digital data and technology to make immediate offers on houses, sight-unseen, after being contacted by an owner.
If you’re thinking of selling to an iBuyer, you need to bear in mind the following points:
- Expect service fees: Most iBuyers are fee-based companies that focus on buying houses that don’t require a lot of work.
- Receive a competitive offer: In today’s vibrant market, iBuyer offers do tend to be close to a home’s actual market value.
- The seller pays for any repairs: Once an offer is accepted, iBuyers will send a representative to inspect the home’s condition. If any repairs are needed, many iBuyers will insist on credit at closing to cover those expenses.
- Other costs: Sellers need to be aware of other additional costs and fees, which will obviously reduce the total profit.
“Trade-in” companies are all variations of the same home-buying business model, which is to offer to buy your current home guaranteed, thus freeing up your funds to buy a new home, and so removing any immediate need for a home sale.
Sometimes, trade-in companies will even let the homeowner rent the new home until the old one sells.
Should your home sell for more than the price the trade-in company guaranteed and then paid, they will give you the additional cash – minus any selling costs and program fees.
“Local Investors” tend to focus on purchasing houses in specific states or cities, as opposed to our family-run investment company – Better Off Home Buyers – as we provide a nationwide service (see below for more information).
There are several types of local house-buying investment companies. Some are house flipping franchises, who will buy homes in any condition, making it an attractive solution for sellers with run-down homes they don’t have the funds to fix themselves.
Others will make competitive cash offers on homes in desirable neighborhoods to convert into profitable rentals, and some simply offer fast cash for unwanted homes.
2. The Process of Selling Your House to an Investor
So what exactly happens when you sell your home to an investor? What are the practicalities involved and what is the exact process?
At Better Off Home Buyers, we can’t speak for other investment companies – to be honest, we wouldn’t want to.
What we can do, however, is to guide you through our house-buying process, inform you of everything you need to know when you sell your home to us and help you to understand why we have an endless line of extremely satisfied customers – all happy to provide real-life testimonials about our service.
Selling your home to an investment company is a quick transaction, where you will be provided with an expert-written offer for your house and a quick closure process.
This represents a massive benefit for any homeowner who needs to sell their property fast.
What’s even better, real estate investors companies will pay in cash, which streamlines the entire process – from the introductory phone call to full completion.
This is what happens – the exact house purchase process – when you selling your home to an investor like Better Off Home Buyers:
- Contact the property investment company. In our case, this involves simply filling out the information form on this page, or calling us directly.
- You will need to provide your property information – to the best of your knowledge and belief.
- Arrange a time suitable for you for the investor to come to see your house in-person to assess the property.
Note: Better Off Home Buyers representatives also have the digital technology to facilitate a digital tour of your home.
- You will be presented with a cash offer for your house within 24 hours.
- If you decide to accept the offer, the investment company will initiate the arrangements for the closing in the shortest possible time – normally, 7 days or less.
Remember: You Deserve a Fair Price for Your Home
Regardless of who you deal with (after applying your best due diligence, of course), you must always remember that you deserve a fair price for your house. You certainly shouldn’t feel as though you have to settle for less.
If your house is in poor condition, but you need to sell it quickly, you should expect to sell it below market value – that’s simply normal.
However, a fair price is the result of formulas applied by a licensed appraisal when a property is inspected for value reasons. The price of a house is also determined by both its location and the selling history of its neighborhood.
Better Off Home Buyers will always take into account the market variables that influence a home price to make sure we offer you a win-win offer.
3. Common Reasons for Selling Your Home Quickly
Life is, above all else, life… and things always happen that we don’t prepare for or even consider. It’s just the way it is.
Divorce, financial troubles, unemployment, tenant problems, a global pandemic no-one was expecting… There are many possible reasons why selling your house can become a priority right out of the blue – and a huge and pressing priority at that.
Here’s a case study right out of our client files (used with our client’s full permission) which exemplifies this point perfectly:
|Client Case Study #1:Getting DivorcedMr. Miller, a city merchant who was going through the nightmare of a divorce, needed to sell his duplex house that was currently occupied by tenants.|
As he explained during our first call, “Even though my wife and I are divorcing, we have agreed to sell the duplex, and share the money from the sale equally.”
We agreed to work with Mr. Miller and his soon-to-be ex-wife to see how we could help.
After visiting the property, a small building with two apartments one on top of the other, with very agreeable and welcoming tenants, we presented Mr. Miller with a written offer in less than 24 hours.
Unfortunately, they were initially dissatisfied with our proposal – divorce can be an expensive undertaking, and they were clearly looking for more money for the property.
In response, we explained what our purchase criteria are, and with all due respect, we invited the Millers to request a professional appraiser’s opinion or to consult other real estate investing companies.
Three weeks passed, and then one day, Mr. Miller called us again asking if we could talk again about buying the duplex. He informed me that the divorce judgment had already come out, but – by mutual agreement – the complex was still available for sale.
Mr. Miller told me that, even in the midst of all the stress they were experiencing, they had talked to other real estate investors. He confirmed to us that Better Off Home Buyers had offered the most money for their duplex.
The client understood that we needed to visit the duplex once again – to be sure that in the meantime, the property had not suffered any damage.
Once we completed the inspection, we confirmed that our original offer was still standing.
Just 6 days later, we were signing the purchase-sale documents.
4. The Real Benefits of Selling to an Investor
According to real client testimonials, there are many reasons to choose to sell your home to a professional investment company. Homeowners are eager to reap the benefits, such as:
Getting The Cash Quickly
Depending on the circumstances you are dealing with, you may need to have cash on hand as soon as possible. For example, if you are going through a divorce, filing for bankruptcy, or facing foreclosure. Getting immediate cash for your home can be incredibly helpful.
When you bought your home or previously sold a property, you may have had a mountain of paperwork to deal with, in addition to handling all the viewings. These are not something you need to worry about when selling to an investor.
Better Off Home Buyers has highly experienced professionals in all the necessary areas, such as accounting, law, and real estate, coupled with excellent customer service practices, ensuring the whole transaction process is as effortless and painless as possible.
Real Financial Savings
You may not have the time and the available cash to repair your home to get it into a reasonable condition to sell it on the real estate market.
Real estate agents not only require that you pay for your home improvements, but that you put your hand in your pocket again to hire a professional photographer, add your house on social media, and maybe even hire a professional designer to advise you on how to present your home for sale.
Furthermore, you will need to schedule and manage visits to your house (which could cause personal concern with the current pandemic), and then pay for closing costs and the agent commissions.
Selling your home to an investor like Better Off Home Buyers means that you will pay absolutely none of these costs. As a selling homeowner, you only need to focus on the next step in your personal life, because Better Off Home Buyers will provide you with the cash you need, usually within 7 days or less.
Avoiding a Long, Drawn-Out Process
If you’ve ever negotiated a living arrangement, then you know how difficult it can be. You know first hand, the time it takes, the costs, and the stress of the experience.
However, by selling your house to Better Off Home Buyers, you don’t have to endure a long, drawn-out and possibly complex process.
We can summarize the Better Off Home Buyers buying-home process as simply as 1-2-3:
- You contact us by filling the form on this page or by dialing directly
- We present you with a written offer for your house
- You get the cash in your hands in around 7 days
What Happens When a Company Buys Your House?
Selling your home to a real estate investment company is a quick transaction. A professional home buyer presents you with a written offer for your house and closes quickly. Which represents a huge benefit for a homeowner who needs to sell fast. Real estate investors companies also pay in cash, which can streamline the entire process.
Typically, the process of selling your home to an investor like Better Off Home Buyers goes like this:
- Contact the real estate investment company. In this case, please fill out the information form on this page or dial the company phone number directly.
- Provide the information about your property to the best of your knowledge and belief.
- Set a time for the investor to come to see your house in person.
- Tour your home in the company of the Better Off Home Buyers representative.
- You will be presented with an offer for your house in less than 24 hours
- If you decide to accept the offer, Better Off Home Buyers will initiate the arrangements for the closing in the shortest time possible, 7 days or less.
5. The Types of Properties Purchased by an Investor
Did you know that around one-fifth of all houses sold in the U.S. during late 2021 were purchased by investors?
And did you know that investors are buying more single-family homes than ever before?
Here’s what the real estate statistics are saying:
- Investors bought 90,215 homes in the third quarter of 2021, totaling $63.6 billion
- Single-family homes make up 74.4% of all the investor purchases, the highest percentage on record
- Since the pandemic, there’s been a trend of people moving from expensive cities to more affordable locales
Part of the reason investors are spending more is because housing prices have risen. Even though the housing market screeched to a halt at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, prices saw a significant increase when restrictions were lifted.
Additionally, a significant proportion of the U.S. workforce has embraced teleworking, leading to many workers wondering why they live in expensive cities as opposed to more rural locations.
The rise in house prices has been further sustained by a severe housing shortage in many areas, coupled with a greater demand for housing.
If you currently live in a single-family house, and you need to sell your home quickly, your property will be in demand – something to seriously consider when choosing a house-buying investment company.
#1. Occupied Rentals
Occupied Rental – Where the Tenants Refuse to Pay RentRecently, we had a call from a rather distraught landlord who was at his wit’s end over his tenant situation. He explained that he had owned the property for 10 years, and was still paying a mortgage on it.
Here’s how the conversation moved on:
“Ten years, you must be receiving income from that house. Why do you want to sell it?,” we asked.
“I want to be honest with you,” he replied. “Tenants currently occupy the house, and these tenants haven’t paid rent for the past 24 months. It’s become a nightmare, as you can imagine.”
“24 months? 2 whole years? Are they your relatives? What have you done to evict them?,” we responded.
“No, the tenants are not from my family. I have done everything humanly possible, and have used all the legal means to evict them, but nothing has been successful. They changed the locks, and have denied me access to the house. I have offered them cash to relocate, but I have had no answers either.” The poor guy even became a little emotional at this point.
The client asked if Better Off Home Buyers would be willing to make a fair offer for the property in its present condition, as the eviction process was still with the courts.
As we waited for the opportunity to inspect the property, the court finally ruled in his favor for a pending eviction lawsuit. With the eviction date looming, the tenants finally vacated.
After we had then visited his home and made all the observations we needed, we presented him with a cash offer for his home.
You need to be aware that his non-paying tenants had acted like real animals in the house.
When we were able to see inside the property for the first time, it was worse than expected. For example, the tenants had made holes in the walls, there was garbage thrown all over, broken windows, and rodent feces all over the kitchen area.
Because of the situation with the condition of the property, the owner agreed to a slight reduction in price – based entirely on the expected costs of repair, and to fully decontaminate the place.
However, we were able to close the deal and give him his full cash amount within 7 days.
He was exceptionally grateful to us, as you might expect, and said, unsurprisingly, his days as a property landlord were “well and truly over.”
#2. Condemned Houses
Unfortunately, many property owners today find themselves owning a condemned house, where it has become structurally unsound due to a lack of significant structural repairs over a period of time, or for some other reason.
What is a Condemned House?
Houses get condemned, because the government steps in and deems them uninhabitable. They seize the property, as it is considered to be unsafe. There could be many reasons as to why this happens, such as:
- There has been significant structural damage done to the house that has never been fixed
- The house’s infrastructure needs work or it is failing
- The house has unsanitary living conditions
- The house could have black mold or other, similar problems
- The house could have serious insect damage from termites or other pests
- If the house is renovated and after inspection, violations are found
Local government officials have been known to condemn houses to suit their own plans, as well. For example, they want to do construction on your street, or maybe the government has made plans to do improvements in the community. Both of these can result in homes being condemned.
What Happens When a House is Condemned?
Most houses are vacated before they are condemned, but that is not always the case. If your house is condemned, you or the people who live there will be forced to evacuate because it’s no longer deemed safe.
If the house isn’t sold, the government may seize control of it, leaving you unable to make any of your money back on a sale.
To put it bluntly, owning a condemned house can be incredibly stressful.
The best thing you can do is to sell your house as soon as possible, but that can be challenging when it’s either condemned or about to be condemned.
In the case of selling a condemned house, a real estate agent is probably not the best way to go. Real estate agents can be great at selling houses that are move-in ready, but it’s far more challenging with a house that needs extensive work.
In order to sell a house that needs renovations or that has serious construction problems, it’s best to opt for an investor.
Selling Your Condemned Home to an Investor
When you sell your home to an investor instead of working with a real estate agent, the process is entirely different. A professional home buyer won’t be too concerned about whether or not your home has been condemned, as their initial focus will be on how much work it will take to restore it.
The last thing you want to do is be financially tied down with a condemned property. With every passing day, your house is losing value, which means that it’s important to act quickly, and investors have the power to do that.
#3. Abandoned Houses
If you own an abandoned house, it’s possible that you’ve given up on even trying to sell it. Perhaps, it’s just sitting there, considered an eyesore to those around it.
There’s never been a better time to sell your abandoned house than now, and there are many reasons to get it done. In addition to giving you your peace of mind back, selling your abandoned house will help you avoid any potential legal problems, as well.
What is an Abandoned House?
An abandoned house is one that is left completely vacant by the owner. It’s possible that they were facing either foreclosure or bankruptcy, or they may have had to leave the home for some other reason.
Regardless of the reason, leaving the home vacant for an extended period of time can present a serious problem in the near future.
Potential Legal Challenges Facing Abandoned Home Owners
Abandoned houses don’t have any legal restrictions on how you can use or renovate them until local authorities step in and condemn them. If this happens, the only person who could potentially buy it is the person who takes care of the demolition.
If this is not possible, then it could even end up in a local auction. Remember, once a property is condemned, it’s no longer your property!
Abandoned houses present other problems, too. When there is an abandoned house within a neighborhood, it drives down the value of the homes around it.
Additionally, abandoned houses are viewed as public safety hazards and crime magnets, in addition to being eyesores. In many communities, empty homes are invaded by squatters, and getting these people out can be a legal challenge that takes months or even years.
Finally, we all know that poor living conditions can lead to health problems, and the same is also true for those who live in areas where there are many abandoned houses. According to studies, these areas tend to have higher rates of mental illness and chronic diseases.
In light of this information, it would be wise for you to consider selling your abandoned house, and sell it quickly, too.
Abandoned Houses & The “Quick Fix”
Although no one wants to deal with the inconvenience of owning an abandoned house, there are benefits if you keep an open mind. For example, there are many people who would love to buy a “fixer-upper” at a low price. This also gives them the opportunity to improve their home without spending too much money.
If you really want or need to sell your abandoned house quickly, look no further than an investor.
Investors are often not concerned about the condition of your home – their goal is to turn your home into a thing of beauty that will, once again, be a great-looking part of your neighborhood.
#4. Inherited Houses
Many people have inherited the old family home, once their parents have passed away. If you have siblings, it’s normally shared between you. While it is perfect for many to simply sell the house and split the profits, there are all-too-often times when siblings – the new joint homeowners – don’t agree.
What You Need to Know about Inherited Property
Many parents have the best of intentions when they leave their homes to their children or grandchildren after they pass away, as they want nothing more than to pass on a significant element of their legacy.
However, it can prove tricky to get everyone to agree on what should be done with the house.
For example, one sibling may wish to live in the home while the others retain ownership of it. Another sibling might want to avoid paying taxes on a home they are not living in, and sell it quickly. Then there’s the possibility of renting the home out while all siblings retain ownership.
Regardless of what the family wants to do with the house, it’s important to remember that the will’s instructions must be followed – to the letter. The deceased should have included clear directions about how the property was to be managed in the will, and those directions need to be strictly adhered to during the probate process.
#5. Partition Sales & Buy-Outs
If a property is owned by multiple people, such as an inherited house or a marriage, there is the chance the matter ends up in the courts.
A “partition sale” is when the court divides the property into portions that represent each person’s interest in the home. Once that is done, the court will either force the sale of the home, or they will auction it off. The resulting proceeds are split between the owners.
We always try to advise sellers that it’s best to avoid partition sales if at all possible. A forced sale or an auction typically results in a reduced sale price for the house.
There may also be excessive legal fees that need to be paid, which can leave very little surplus money left over.
If one owner wants to keep the house and another wants to sell it, a “buy-out” is another option people consider. This allows one owner to purchase the others’ shares in the property.
This is a far better solution than a partition sale, because everyone gets what they want out of the inheritance. It also avoids the need of having to go to court in the first place.
#6. Houses in Probate
As you may be aware, probate is a legal process where a court oversees the distribution of assets left by a deceased person. Assets are anything a person owns that have a monetary value, such as real estate, personal property, and cash.
After all the steps for selling a probate property have been taken, the court is responsible for splitting the proceeds between the various beneficiaries.
In the U.S., there are two types of probate sales; these are:
- Where the probate court appoints an administrator with the legal authority to oversee the sale of the property – without the need for the court to confirm (just like any ordinary sale), and
- Where the probate court needs to confirm the property sale before it is duly finalized.
In the first scenario, with a court-appointed administrator, property investors, like Better Off Home Buyers, can make an offer, which means the sale can be closed very quickly if accepted by the administrator.
However, in the second scenario, where the court retains the right to confirm any property sale, investors again make an offer, but the owners and the investment company have to wait for the court’s confirmation.
Appointment of a Legal Executor or an Administrator
If there is no named heir when the property owner passes away, the property is turned over to the probate court to deal with. Usually, the court appoints the closest relative to the deceased to act as the “executor” (or administrator) with authority to sell the property.
Often, an executor is appointed as part of the decedent’s will.
Once the estate goes through probate, the court gives the executor the legal authority to act on the property, meaning the administrator can allocate assets and settle any debts on the property.
If you are the executor and you have siblings who will share in the inheritance of the property, you’ll need the permission of your siblings and the courts to sell.
Selling a House in Probate
The executor or administrator is the person who has the authority to list and sell the property; the sale cannot proceed until that person has been identified.
The administrator can either contact a real estate agent to assist in selling the house or opt to talk to a professional house buyer who can pay in cash for the property immediately.
Sometimes, a person is notified of being a recipient heir of an inherited house located far away from their own home. The distance, time, and money involved often present a problem when caring for a probate house.
Selling the property quickly is often the best move in a case such as this.
The Real Benefits of Selling a Probate Property
Once a real estate property is passed on to an heir, the beneficiary usually has three options to choose from:
- To live in the property,
- To rent the property out, or
- To sell the property
Most people are normally a little uncertain of what steps to take, making figuring out what to do a bit overwhelming.
At Better Off Home Buyers, we always recommend that should you find yourself in this position, wait it out for a while before deciding what to do. Taking 6 – 10 weeks to make an informed decision will benefit all the interested parties in the long term.
#7. Houses in Foreclosure
Facing foreclosure is a situation that hardly ever crosses a new homeowner’s mind. However, life always has the odd curveball to throw your way once in a while.
We all have to face unexpected events, and it’s not uncommon for a homeowner to find themselves unable to make their mortgage payments.
You need to be aware that the stress of foreclosure will take a psychological toll on you and your family.
However, to do nothing is a solution. You need to act now. Shake off that feeling of defeat, and look for options to correct the problem right away.
The first thing to do is to talk to your bank or credit institution to find out if they have any assistance programs, or perhaps, you may be able to negotiate the overdue payments.
Some banks do agree to move late payments to the end of the loan, so you can restart as if you were up-to-date on payments – obviously, you will have to pay the fines and interest on arrears.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused great economic damage to our nation, with many people becoming unemployed (although this situation has now improved greatly). However, the damage done initially is still causing financial issues for many.
What To Do Before And During A Foreclosure
As a homeowner who is about to face foreclosure or even during the actual court process, there are several steps you can take, as long as you act quickly and decisively.
Hiring a real estate agent specializing in the foreclosure property sales process is one possible option. However, there’s an obvious downside – it takes time for a property to sell, and, for you in the position where you need to sell quickly, perhaps too much time.
If, for instance, the current value of a house is less than the value of the debt, the debtor – that’s you – has to bear the difference.
You’ll find more information on our “Avoiding Foreclosure” page.
#8. Houses in Forbearance
Many people who experienced difficulty making on-time mortgage payments due to the national coronavirus emergency took the step to request forbearance from their mortgage servicer or lender.
Forbearance is when your mortgage servicer – the company that sends your mortgage statement and manages your loan – or lender allows you to pause or reduce your payments for a limited period of time.
It is important to remember that mortgage forbearance does not erase what you owe. You’ll have to make up any missed or reduced payments at some point in the future. If you are able to keep up with your payments, you really should keep making them.
However, many homeowners whose mortgages went into forbearance when the CARES Act passed see that protection expire.
If you are required to start making mortgage payments again soon – if you’re not already making them now – it’s important to know exactly your options.
The most important thing you need to do is communicate with your mortgage servicer. Being upfront about your situation allows them to work with you to find a solution.
If, however, you’re just trying to avoid them, the situation will only worsen, and you may end up in foreclosure.
Please keep in mind that there are HUD-certified counselors, and other housing advocacy groups, in your area who can help you figure out what post-forbearance plan is best for you.
Additionally, as a mortgage forbearance homeowner plan holder, you can sell your house should you need to do so.
If, at the end of forbearance, a lump sum payment, a loan modification, or simply continuing monthly higher payments to meet your lender requirements is not a viable option for you, selling your property to an investor (and being paid in cash) could be the most reasonable solution.
#9. Undesirable & “Ugly” Houses
An investor is someone who will purchase property from you for cash, and, equally importantly, without a long waiting period – transactions usually only take 7 days in total. Selling to an investor is a process that is designed to be as quick and easy as possible.
Additionally, investors view property differently to potential homeowners; for example, investors will happily buy houses considered to be undesirable or just plain ugly.
Yes, ugly houses do exist in the world of real estate, and the Urban Dictionary defines them like this:
“Any piece of real estate that an investor would be interested in. An ugly house can have physical damage and in need of major repairs. A house can also be considered an ugly house due to an “ugly situation” (such as divorce, foreclosure, loss of job).”
In addition, a house can be considered as an ugly house if it’s located in an undesirable or unwelcoming area – for instance, an area with a high crime rate.
Better Off Home Buyers Buy Ugly Houses
Do you own an ugly house? Are you trying to sell it, but you’re having difficulty getting prospective buyers to consider it?
This is a tremendous challenge that many homeowners face, and they often end up stuck because they know the house needs work, but they simply don’t want to invest the time or money.
We’re always in the market for ugly houses at Better Off House Buyers.
You may not have a desire to invest – that’s fine. We do want to invest in your home, and not only that, but we want to give you a fair price for it.
Are You Looking for Companies That Buy Houses?
If you’ve been searching for a quick way to sell your home, look no further than Better Off House Buyers. We’re here to make this transaction as painless as possible. We know that you want to be free from your house quickly to move on with the next chapter of your life.
We can make it happen.
Selling your house can be difficult, especially in today’s market. Fortunately, there’s no need for you to waste months or even years trying to get a fair price. We’ll show you just how simple it can be when you work with us. Do you have questions about our house buying process? Please contact us today.