Don’t Waste Money on Repairs – Just Sell It
Does your property need repairs? You’ve probably been told that it won’t sell without them, right? Or that you won’t ever find a buyer for a “fixer upper?” A lot of times, lenders won’t even approve that loan because you don’t meet code.
Well, don’t worry about that! Those buyers are just being picky because they have so many properties to cherry pick from. They will only take the most qualified properties, but we are different!
Fixing up your home can cost you time and money before it can hit the market, but we can skip that whole process for you. Lending standards are just too tight to bypass this normally, and you can get dinged for something as insignificant as a broken light switch!
Don’t let anyone tell you that your house is “unmarketable” because we can help! If the city or county has “red-tagged” your house, you could be facing a load of fines or even lose the house altogether. They will threaten you to take care of the issues.
Don’t give up hope, though – we are here to help! We make the repairs for you AFTER we buy your property, so you don’t even have to worry about it. We will pay you cash and take the home off of you hands. You get your money and get on with your life.
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We buy houses in ANY CONDITION in Florida. There are no commissions or fees and no obligation whatsoever.
Start by giving us a bit of information about your property, or call (407) 603-5263 .
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