Moved Already and Now Own Two Houses?
Sell Your Vacant House Today and
STOP Making DOUBLE PAYMENTS
If you have already moved out of one house and now own two, the last thing you want to do right now is manage a vacant property - especially, if you have moved out of the area. Tons of things on a property command your attention. A vacant property is difficult and risky, especially when you aren't there to keep a proper eye on it. Your property is not an asset but a liability that can become an expensive liability in a hurry.
Even in nicer areas today, professional thieves target vacant properties regularly and make their livelihoods stealing valuable copper piping, wiring, and components of HVAC systems; and as an extra special treat, vandalize your property when they’re done.
Your losses from owning two properties are quickly compounded; you have to spend additional time with insurance claims and paperwork when you are already stretched thin. Even worse, your standard homeowner’s insurance policy may exclude your loses because no one occupies the property, and those uncovered losses can be just a drop in the bucket compared to law suits you'll face if someone gets injured on the property.
Even if your friendly neighbor has agreed to keep an eye on it for you, you certainly wouldn’t want to put him or her at risk from a dangerous situation when confronting a group of unscrupulous thieves.
If your property is vacant, time is of the essence.
We come to agreements quickly and close even faster. We can pay cash for the property and close without any restrictions or approval processes from lenders or banks - no hassles.
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