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We Buy "As-Is"

No renovations, updating, or cleaning necessary.

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Be clear of the house in as little as one week or whenever you need.


There are many circumstances that can lead a homeowner to the decision to sell their property. Sometimes, properties are unwanted and become a great burden. Things like inherited homes, rental properties that aren’t quite working out, properties in foreclosure, and properties in bad shape may seem better off in someone else’s hands.

Bad Neighborhood

Nobody wants to get stuck in a bad neighborhood – and this is especially true of families with children.

In some situations, bad neighbors can bring down property values. When an entire neighborhood has fallen into a state of disrepair, the value of your home will decrease as a result. If you find that your neighbors have had such a negative impact that your home is now worth less than what you purchased it for, you’re going to need help.

A real estate agent may not be able to solve this issue. If you just want to be done with the property and relieved of the burden of the home, you can sell us the house and we’ll handle it for you.

Code Violations

It’s difficult to sell a home with code violations. If you can’t afford to bring the home up to code yourself, buyers may view the property in a similar light. They want to pay for a house that’s move in ready, with no inherent issues that need addressing.

Lenders may not want to finance the purchase of a home with code violations. Selling your home to someone like an investor who already intends on renovating the property is quicker and simpler than hoping you’ll find the right buyer who will be able to obtain financing for your home.

Expired Listing
It’s disheartening to learn that your home didn’t sell on time, and your listing is about to vanish. This is sometimes due to the low value of a home that doesn’t justify its asking price. If your home is in an unfavorable neighborhood or needs work done, buyers won’t be eager to scoop it up. Investors, on the other hand, may be willing to lay out some cash to turn your home into something that will be more desirable to buyers in the current market.
In an ideal situation, foreclosure will never come to fruition. Lenders know that if you’re unable to pay your mortgage, attempting to pay an outstanding debt on top of your new housing costs is unlikely to result in a favorable outcome for either party. Because of this, short sale is a widely utilized alternative.
Job Transfer

Hopefully, your job transfer is an exciting opportunity. Before you get to enjoy all of that excitement, you’ll have to tie up some loose ends – one of which is the property you currently own. If you need to sell it fast in order to relocate, you may find that this is a lot more difficult than you had initially thought it would be.

If you can afford to keep up with the mortgage on your property while you’re away, you may be able to sell it remotely. If you can’t, you risk going into foreclosure. If you find you’re missing payments, your lender may agree to short sale and forgive any deficiency left behind. Short sale is a final action.

When you work with us however, you can sell us the house, at a price that is fair but slightly below Market. This relieves you of the stress of finding a buyer and having to continue to pay the mortgage on a home you’re no longer occupying. You can sell quickly, be done with the property in a matter of days and have cash in hand in as little as a few weeks.

Needs Repairs
If your home needs repairs to the extent that selling it seems like a better option, you’re probably facing a wealth of issues that will be exorbitantly costly to fix. If the mortgage is already paid off, it may not be worth the time and investment to handle the repairs yourself. Investors take homes no matter what shape they’re in. They’ll do the dirty work and give you the cash for the opportunity.
Bad Tenants

Bad tenants are bad news. If you want to get them out of your property so you can sell it, you have a few options.

The best way to get rid of these tenants is through careful negotiations, provided you can get them to work and avoid further damage to the property.

The good news is, when working with a company like ours, you can sell us the property and we’ll ALSO take over the Tenants so you no longer have to deal with them. You can learn more about how this works by contacting us today.

Death in the Family

A death in the family may prompt you to move out of your house. Whether the deceased was the person who was responsible for paying the bulk of the mortgage or the emotional affect the house has on the family after the deceased passes leads you to sell, it’s a heartbreaking position to find yourself in.

Superstitious buyers are sometimes put off when they learn that someone has died in the home they are about to purchase, and they may not be willing to purchase the home, or may request the price be reduced on the grounds that they consider the death on the property to be a material defect.

This will not be a problem for us and we can help your situation no matter the circumstances. If this is something you don’t want to deal with, you can sell us the house so you don’t have to deal with it.

Financial Distress

Valid financial hardship can help you quickly sell your home. If you can prove to the court that your financial situation cannot be remedied, and that it isn’t the direct result of a voluntary misappropriation of your funds, your lender may be able to legally agree to a short sale if it means circumventing foreclosure.

If you aren’t yet behind on your payments and you’re taking a proactive approach, it’s important to start as soon as you know that your financial situation has become unstable and the outlook for a swift recovery is bleak. The sooner you contact us the sooner we can help you with your situation by purchasing the home and relieving you of your financial obligation.

Inherited Property
Inheriting a property in Texas can be a tax burden. If the home is in a desirable area and left in great condition, it may sell quickly through a realtor. If the deceased owner wasn’t able to keep up with the property, it may have incurred some damage that will need to be repaired. If you’re looking for the quickest way out, an investor will take on the burden of repairing the home.
Liquidate Assets
When settling a divorce or bankruptcy, the court may not exempt your property as a part of your assets. They may mandate its sale, and they’ll want to do it as quickly as possible. If you have a large debt to settle, there’s no telling how little it will sell for in an auction. In this scenario, opting for a cash buyer who can work with the court on your behalf may allow you to settle more debt in your attempt to repair your financial situation.
If you’re looking to relocate immediately, you may not have time to wait on your home to sell. The market may go up and down, affecting what a reasonable selling price would be. If you’re looking to pick up and go, opting for a fast cash sale is your best option.
Behind on Payments
Your lender doesn’t want to go to foreclosure any more than you do. If you believe that foreclosure is becoming inevitable, you may be able to sell your home before the process begins. Your lender may be able to come to an agreement for a sale price of your home, provided it covers your debt to an amount they deem reasonable.

During a divorce, the house will generally be awarded to the spouse that owns the house if his or her name is the only name on the home loan. If the loan is in both names and both parties want the house, this can come to a dispute.

If neither couple can afford the house on their own, Texas allows the home to be sold for an agreed upon price, and the profits from the sale are equally divided and distributed between both parties.

Fire Damage

Selling a fire damaged home seems nearly impossible, if it’s on the regular market. A lot of real estate agents won’t even touch properties with significant fire damage, and if they do, they’ll want a lot of commission for handling a complicated case.

Since significant fire damage can reduce the value of a home to a significantly low sum, you don’t want to have to pay out that commission to an Agent. Investors are a much better option in this case, since they’re willing to purchase the property as-is without any fees or commissions. The agreed upon price is what you receive with no strings attached.

Job Loss
If you’ve lost your job, you’ll need to sell the home quickly before you default with your lender.
Military Transfer

If you’ve suddenly learned that you’ll be transferred out of state or overseas, you might find yourself in a bind with your mortgage.

You’re packing up and going away, and you won’t be around to maintain your home or make your payments. If you don’t have time to sell your home through traditional means, you may qualify for the HAFA program, which allows military personnel to work with their lenders for short sale.

If you want a quicker solution, working with Real Estate Investors is an ideal solution to your situation.

Run Down Home
Run down homes lose value quickly, and are very difficult to sell. Real estate agents may choose not to take on the sale of a run down home. If you don’t have the money and time required to fix the home, you may have your hands tied. Before you receive a notice of condemnation, it’s better to unload your home while it’s still salvageable. A real estate agent is unlikely to want to take the case on. We would love to speak with you about your property. We love Fixer-Uppers and would love to make you a fair cash offer for your property.


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13921 Hwy 105 W, #229
Conroe, Texas 77304


(346) 704-3547