We buy houses in Chattanooga and the surrounding areas and transform them into beautiful, fully remodeled homes. We know that people want to purchase turn-key homes that they can trust, and Chattanooga has many old houses that need love. New Again Houses® was founded in 2009 to solve these problems. We buy houses fast for cash, with no contingencies or waiting.
“I Need to Sell My House Fast!”
(We get this a lot.)
If you need to sell your house fast or you have inherited unwanted property, give us a call. We buy houses for cash as-is, which means no cleaning out your home beforehand. We will do that for you. We buy houses with cash and can close quickly within a few days. What might seem like a problem house that takes up all of your time is something we see as a treasure. We can also help with the probate process and solve all the problems that come with selling an inherited property. We want to help you find freedom from your old home. Contact us today if you have a home you’d like to sell for cash fast.
“We feel they gave us a fair offer and believe they will give the property the TLC it needs.”
The New York Times has named Chattanooga on of the “Top 45 Places to go” in the world. And we believe that it is so true! Chattanooga, internationally known for the song “Chattanooga Choo Choo” by Glen Miller and his orchestra, is a perfect mix of outdoors, artsy, and college-town feel. There are plenty of local attractions and restaurants that could easily make up a weekend trip.
The City of Chattanooga is full with wonder-filled and awe-inspiring attractions, living up to its nickname “Scenic City.” See Rock City atop Lookout Mountain. View all seven states and don’t forget your bird house while you’re there! Visit Ruby Falls and marvel at the massive underground wonder. Ride the Incline Railway and experience the thrill of riding “America’s Most Amazing Mile.” You can also hike through many trails, such as Sunset Rock, on Lookout Mountain and explore historic Point Park. Take an early morning hike up to Signal Point on Signal Mountain and experience the beauty of Tennessee (and maybe even some fog!).