Do Cash Buyers Really Purchase Homes As They Are?

Published: 11/17/2020

Yes, it’s true. If you think your home is in too bad of shape to sell, think again. Cash buyers purchase homes in all conditions, sizes, and locations. They can save you the time, effort, and money it would take to get your house ready for the real estate market. Find that hard to believe?  Here are... (Read More)

Selling a House That Needs Repairs: What You Need to Know

Published: 11/10/2020

There’s no way around it; you’re stuck. Your home needs a lot of work, and you can’t afford to fix it up. You want to list it, but who’s going to buy a money pit? There are things you can do to make your home more attractive to potential buyers without spending your life savings. There are al... (Read More)

Why You Should Seek an Alternative to Payday Loans When You Need Cash

Published: 11/04/2020

Payday loans are expensive! These short-term loans carry crazy high-interest rates and fees. Though they can help you out in an emergency, they can also start a cycle of debt that’s hard to break out of.  Here are other options than a payday loan you should consider and how selling your home for c... (Read More)

My House Failed Inspection. Can I Still Sell It?

Published: 11/03/2020

No house is perfect. There will be items that come up on an inspection report when you’re selling your home that will make you scratch your head. Yet, major issues will prevent your home from passing the test. It’s these kinds of repairs and how you decide to handle them that can make or brea... (Read More)

How to Spend the Least Amount of Time, Money, and Effort Selling an Outdated House

Published: 10/27/2020

There’s so much that needs to be done.  You don’t have a clue where to begin. The appliances are decades old. There’s shag carpeting in the bedrooms. And a rotary phone is still sitting in the hallway cubby hole. Your house needs to be updated. In general, it’s in good shape, but it definitely co... (Read More)

Selling During a Divorce: How to Part Ways and List Your Home

Published: 10/23/2020

First and foremost, we’re sorry you have to go through this. Divorce is one of the most stressful events of a person’s life. We know you didn’t make this decision lightly, but now you’re ready to handle the details of a permanent separation.  Since you’re reading this blog, you’re probably leaning... (Read More)

How Much Can Cash Buyers Offer for a Home?

Published: 10/21/2020

What is a cash buyer? You’ve probably heard the term on TV and seen it floating around on internet ads.  But what exactly does a cash buyer have to offer that a realtor or wholesaler doesn’t when it comes to selling your home? A cash buyer gives you the chance to get rid of the headache that is t... (Read More)

How to Deep Clean Before Listing Your Home (and Ways to Get Around It)

Published: 10/15/2020

It’s difficult to put your property on the market without lifting a finger. There are usually home repairs, house staging, and a number of other tasks that accumulate on your list. It seems the more you look around, the more work you find to do.  For example, when’s the last time you cleaned? I me... (Read More)

How to Evict a Family Member and (Hopefully) Still Keep the Peace

Published: 09/28/2020

Evicting a tenant is hard enough. Evicting a family member can be downright agonizing. There’s no guarantee the situation will turn out well, but there are ways to approach the process to give you a better chance of avoiding conflict and staying out of a courtroom. In this article, we’ll disc... (Read More)

Where to Start With Selling a House and How to Make It Easier

Published: 09/23/2020

You’ve decided it’s time to part ways with your property, but you have absolutely no clue where to start.  Truth be told, you’re a bit overwhelmed by the thought of beginning the tedious process—plus memories you have tied to the house are flooding your mind.  We are here to help. Here’s where to ... (Read More)

When to Tackle Repairs on Out-of-State Property Or Just Let Go

Published: 09/20/2020

It’s hard out here for a proprietor. You may find buying an out-of-state home beneficial if you live in an expensive area and can only afford to rent or want to diversify your investments. You may also find yourself suddenly bestowed with an inherited house in another state with no idea what to do ... (Read More)

How to Move Forward When You’re Behind on Property Taxes

Published: 09/12/2020

Property taxes serve a good purpose.  These fees fund many areas of our communities, such as police and fire departments as well as parks and recreation. Without people paying property taxes, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy the amenities offered by our cities, towns, and neighborhoods. If you have la... (Read More)

What to Do When You’re Renting Inherited Property to Family

Published: 09/08/2020

You’ve likely heard renting to family is a bad idea. But it may be unavoidable in certain situations. For example, let’s say you inherit a home that was already being rented by your family to other relatives. Now you’re put in an awkward position of becoming a landlord to your family member or poss... (Read More)

How to Protect Yourself When Selling Your Home

Published: 08/28/2020

Buying and selling houses can involve a lot of people and a range of emotions. When you decide to sell your home, you don’t want to put yourself in a position where someone can benefit from your mistakes or naivety. You should be able to move through the process with capability and confidence. Less... (Read More)

6 Tips for Starting Probate and Settling an Estate Plus How a Cash Buyer Can Help

Published: 08/12/2020

What is probate? When a loved one passes away, their property or estate must be distributed among their heirs and beneficiaries (or handled in some other way). The person responsible for overseeing this process is typically named in a will as the executor or personal representative. Dealing with p... (Read More)

Why You Shouldn’t List Your Property and What a Cash Buyer Can Do for You

Published: 08/07/2020

Love it or list it? You may have seen the reality show on HGTV where homeowners decide whether to love their renovations or list their home for sale. But staying put or selling on the market aren’t the only two choices if you’re unhappy with your home.  For one, listing your property can be a leng... (Read More)

Timeline for Selling a House with a Wholesaler, Real Estate Agent, or Cash Buyer

Published: 08/06/2020

Do you have the time? It’s a legitimate question to ask yourself once you decide to sell your home. There are several options to choose from, and the path you take can depend on how big of a hurry you’re in to seal the deal. This article examines the typical timelines for selling your home with a ... (Read More)

Your First Step after Inheriting a House and What Comes Next

Published: 07/27/2020

Inheriting a house can be overwhelming. Maybe you were expecting it. Perhaps it was out of the blue. It could be you just weren’t prepared to deal with the circumstances that led you to this point—let alone figure out what to do with a piece of property.  When you’re dealing with an inheritance, t... (Read More)

5 Things to Consider Before Listing Your Home Plus the Fastest Way to Sell It

Published: 07/20/2020

Your mind is made up.  You’re tired of worrying about repairs. You’re not interested in being a landlord. There’s only one thought that keeps popping up in your head. “I want to sell my house.” If you’re confident it’s time to move on, selling your home will lift a burden and give you peace of mi... (Read More)

10 Ways to Cope with an Underwater Mortgage and Get Some Relief

Published: 07/13/2020

An upside-down mortgage is a heavy burden to bear. You are probably behind on payments, don’t really care about the property, and feel like you’re drowning. Being underwater on your mortgage means you owe more than your house is worth. Though the situation may seem hopeless, you do have options. S... (Read More)