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Sell My House Quick

The first thing most people say to me is, "I need to sell my house quick". Unfortunately, many people facing foreclosure or bankruptcy procrastinate until the last minute. Then they become frantic and stressed out because their lender is threatening to take their home. If you are facing financial challenges and need to sell your house quick, it is time to become proactive!

If you are reading this and thinking, "I need to sell my house quick", then I encourage you to take a moment and fill out the form located under the "We Buy Houses" tab. As a private real estate investor, I buy houses all across the country. Although I primarily focus on distressed properties located in southern California, I have a network of over 2,000 investors who are always on the lookout for good deals.

There are many reasons why people need to sell their house quick. The majority of people who contact me need to sell their property because they are facing foreclosure. Some individuals have obtained short sale approval from their lender and need to find a buyer fast. Others are in the midst of divorce or have real estate held in probate.

Regardless of the reason, 99-percent of property owners who contact me are stressed out, depressed, anxious, and have no clue what to do. When a person is emotionally distraught, it is hard for them to make good decisions. When it comes to losing your home, it's hard not to become emotionally distraught. It's a catch-22 situation.

The thing is no matter how bad your situation appears to be, there is almost always a solution - unless you wait too long. I cannot stress this enough. The moment you realize you aren't going to be able to make your mortgage note payment, you should be on the phone with your lender.

Real estate experts state that more than 50-percent of foreclosures occur because the homeowner did not contact their lender. Most banks are willing to work with homeowners. They can offer loan modifications, forbearance agreements, and in some cases, short sales.

When short sales are used, the lender agrees to accept less than is owed on the mortgage note. The homeowner must prepare a packet which includes a short sale hardship letter, along with financial documents and realtor contract.

Probate real estate involves property which was owned by a person who has died. When real estate is held in probate, expenses relating to the property must be paid through the estate. Oftentimes, the estate does not have enough money to pay these expenses; forcing heirs to sell the house quickly.

Over the years, I have worked with people from all walks of life facing a myriad of financial challenges. If you are facing foreclosure, unable to adhere to your bankruptcy repayment plan, in the middle of divorce, own probate real estate, or are ready to walk away from your house, please take a deep breath, then contact me.

I buy houses for cash and might be able to help resolve your problems. Again, if you need to sell your house quick, take a moment to submit information about your property via the "We Buy Houses" tab.