We Buy Houses in Wilsonville, Oregon
“They went out of their way to make sure I was happy with the deal and they assisted in any way they could to make the process easier…”
Selling a home takes time and money.
The seller homeowner must pay for the selling costs, including real estate agents’ commissions, closing costs, major and minor home repairs, and other expenses. In short, the costs that a homeowner seller incurs go up to 20% of the home sale price. If you are selling your Wilsonville home, consult first with Better Off Home Buyers. You can avoid paying unnecessary expenses.
We buy your property as-is. It is true! If you are looking to sell your Wilsonville house, we will buy it regardless of its condition. You don’t need to do home repairs, renovations, paying for cleaning, gardening, and painting, and other expenses; we take care of everything.
You don’t have to pay commissions to a real estate agent nor the expenses and the consuming time associated with selling your house. You can sell your property without using a real estate agent.
Selling Your Primary Residence or Your Rental Property.
Wilsonville tenants and landlords have rights and responsibilities. It is essential to know the laws of the city, county, and state. Due to the pandemic, some small landlords did not receive money for the rent for their investment properties. Currently, the moratorium on evictions has come to an end. However, under current conditions, thinking about an eviction process will take months, adding further frustration and losses to Wilsonville homeowners.
The tenant protecting Oregon legislation and the CDC regulations have pushed individual Landlords on the brink of foreclosure. Although the eviction moratorium ban has expired, many of them will not start an eviction process. In Wilsonville and across Oregon, courts are over-saturated, and the legal procedures are taking more time than usual. Landlords and homeowners are going through raw times and potentially will be facing foreclosure. We want to help you. Please, Contact us for more information.
The vast majority of the owners we bought properties from declared that they had a positive experience. For years, including the time of the pandemic, our company has bought rental properties, some empty, others inhabited by excellent tenants. Friendly people who were affected by the coronavirus crisis and suddenly found themselves unable to pay their rent.
When a homeowner is selling his house because he wants to avoid foreclosure, we explain that the process requires a bit more time in those cases. Still, there is nothing to worry about because those are typical situations we deal with.
Our Wilsonville team takes the necessary steps to complete the transaction in the shortest time possible in purchasing a property. We contact the persons or entities that handle property liens, debts, claims, and everything that has interest on it. And those involved in the purchase operation.
The Better Off Home Buyers home buying process is fast, transparent, and we pay in cash.
Contact us for more information, and we will gladly assist you.
Selling Your Home During The Epidemic
You are experiencing a bad financial situation and need to sell your home during this epidemic. Selling your home through the traditional market is not good advice. We know that real estate agents are only comfortable when the properties for sale don’t have any problems. It means none, no problems at all.
For a house to be accepted and listed in the real estate market, it must be in the best possible conditions, and the owners must be free from any personal or financial problems. Despite the knowledge and training that real estate agents have. They do not know how to help a person who needs to sell their house fast.
We have seen the dynamic of the Wilsonville market during the eviction moratorium ban. The demand was high, and the supply was almost zero. Despite the coronavirus, the current market paradox is in the low interest rates issued by the federal reserve.
Nevertheless, the market’s attractiveness does not apply to a homeowner who’s behind on mortgage payments, landlords with bad tenants, properties in bad shape, or tenants that cannot pay rent due to employment.
Experts predict that in 2021 we will see a massive wave of foreclosures. They say that this trend will continue for the rest of the year, leaving thousands of people homeless.
Although their primary interest is not to increase their real estate inventory, the banks and lenders look favorably at current market prices. It represents profit on properties they seize from delinquent debtors and auction at prices above the original debt.
The only way to sell your home quickly and take advantage of its equity is by selling it to Better Off Home Buyers. We buy your home as-is no matter if it needs minor or major repairs, no matter what kind of personal or financial problem you have. Or, if the house is your rental property inhabited by tenants, we will buy it.
One of the many advantages we have over real estate agents is that we are the buyers. It represents a significant saving for a Wilsonville homeowner who needs to sell fast. The fact of negotiating with us saves a lot of money and time.
There is no need to list the property, advertise, and wait months for a motivated buyer to show up. Real estate agents have to wait for their prospects to get a home loan approved.
On the contrary, we don’t need to request loans, have the capital to buy properties.
We don’t depend on banks and lenders!
The average time to sell a house on the Wilsonville market is 120 days. The average time it takes for us to buy the same property is 7 days. Please compare to see the difference.
Contact us by filling out the form on this page or by dialing our phone number.
We Buy AS-IS Houses in Wilsonville.
We are a real estate investment company helping homeowners, independent landlords, and many more who want or need to sell their Wilsonville properties.
Oregon, like the US territory, is returning to normal. Little by little, the unemployment figures have been decreasing. We can see that in Wilsonville, small and large businesses are improving. On the contrary, there are a large number of owners and small landlords who continue to fight against the crisis generated by COVID-19.
Some independent landlords in Wilsonville lost their rental income because their tenants were affected by the virus crisis. Hundreds of working families lost their jobs and their ability to pay their rent.
Fortunately for them, Oregon and federal authorities implemented an eviction ban that helped them maintain a place to live during the pandemic. Still, the blessing for some is a nightmare for others.
The homeowners who don’t have income from their rental investments are on the brink of disaster. In Wilsonville, we know homeowners who are about to face foreclosure.
They also have the pressure from the local authority’s tenant regulations that impede them from regaining control of their properties.
Despite the efforts to control the coronavirus pandemic, many believe that the damage is irreversible, and for many Wilsonville homeowners, the recovery will never show up.
The Wilsonville Real Estate Market?
The Wilsonville real estate market became a seller’s market with a median home value of more than $560,000. Homes for sale take an average time of 32 days to sell, receiving up to 8 offers in the first three days of listing.
If you want to sell your house in Wilsonville, and it’s in good shape, this is the right time to do it. Currently, home equity is one of the most motivating reasons people sell their properties in the area.
Suppose you need to sell your house because of difficult times, but still not prepared. You are not alone. COVID-19 was something that nobody expected. Therefore, the Wilsonville real estate market will not help you.
Specialized Real estate websites advise homeowners who want or need to sell their houses, to take some steps, to maximize the sell chance. They recommend:
- Clean and declutter.
- Hire an agent.
- Priced to sell – This means, reduce the selling price.
- Set a timeline for price reduction
- Consider sales incentives (Closing costs)
- Handle any repair (Major or minor)
- Stage and add curve appeal
- Hire a professional photographer
- Write a great listing description
- Be flexible with showings
- Pack up and hire a stager
Among others, the above are the most common tips from real estate agents to homeowners listing their homes for sale.
The missing information on these websites is the fact that the homeowners pay for the improvements.
Keep in mind that if you need to sell your house, but it is not in the best condition, any real estate agent will reject it. Do not hesitate to contact us and get ahead of our home buying process. You will receive money from your property in 7 days or less.