Buy My House
Are you wondering, "Is anybody going to buy my house?" If so, you can join the ranks of the worried homeowners association. Although it probably won't make you feel any better, you aren't alone in your quest to find a qualified buyer. Nearly everyone is feeling the pinch of the downturned economy and nearly crippled real estate market.
Buy my house is the chant of the day. Over the past few months I have seen sellers carrying "buy my house" signs to attract the attention of bus tour home buyers. Buy my house signs are posted throughout every neighborhood and busy intersection.
One person even went so far as to wrap his minivan like a race car. The wrap was a photograph of his home along with his contact info. I wonder how much that cost and if he was successful in locating a buyer?
If you need to sell your house fast there is no need to carry signs or wrap your automobile. All you need to do is submit information about your property via the we buy houses form on this website. Best of all, there is no fee, no further obligation and nothing to buy.
By now, you probably already know I am a real estate investor. I buy houses from California to Florida and everywhere in between. My primary focus is on real estate located in southern California. I prefer properties with multiple mortgages; particularly those with large second mortgages. I also prefer homes with property values of $500k or higher.
Currently, my network of investors are buying houses across the country. Unfortunately, we can't buy every house on the market. Sometimes I wish we could because there are some smokin' real estate deals out there. However, if you are facing foreclosure, have obtained short sale approval, failed out of bankruptcy or need to sell probate real estate, I'd like to hear more about your property.
I receive dozens of "buy my house" requests every day, so I encourage you to stop procrastinating and take action now. Otherwise, you could quickly fall from the ranks of worried homeowners and enter into the ranks of foreclosed homeowners. You don't want that, do you?
Published on March 07, 2009 at 03:30 AM | Comments: 2
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