Frequently Asked Questions

faqWe understand you may have a few questions. So here’s a quick collection of some of the questions people ask us… along with our answers. If you still have a question, don’t hesitate to contact us (or give us a call) and we’ll be happy to answer it for you.



Q:  Do you buy houses in bad condition?

A:  Yes! We buy houses, in any condition, as-is. We are ready to give you a cash offer on your property today.


Q:  How long will it take to close?

A: We can close in as little as 7 days!


Q:  How much money will I receive after closing?

A:  The cash offer you receive will indeed be the total amount you will receive at the time of closing. No closing costs, fees, or commissions will be deducted from your cash offer.


Q:  Will you be listing my house on the MLS or actually buying it?

A:  We will buy your house cash! Fast, no hassle closing of your choosing.


Q:  Do you pay fair prices for properties?

A:  Yes, we take into consideration many variables including repairs needed, current market conditions, etc. Usually we acquire properties about 30% below market value.


Q:  How do you determine the price to offer on my house?

A:  Our process is very straightforward. We look at the location of the property, what repairs are needed, the current condition of the property, and values of comparable houses sold in the area recently.


Q:  Are there any realtor fees or commissions to work with you?

A: No, there is NO obligation, NO hassle, & NO commissions when choosing to work with us.


Q:  How are you different from a real estate agent?

A: We buy the properties directly from you for CASH. We then assign the property to an investor with the appropriate exit strategy in mind for your property.


Q:  Is there any obligation when I submit my info?

A: There is absolutely zero obligation for you.


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