FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What if my name is not on title?
A: Many of our clients have has this same problem. There are many reasons why your name may not be on title. Some reasons could be that you inherited the property, never finished probate, or family issues. Give us a call so we can discuss your specific situation and come up with the best solution together.
Q: Can I sell my house if I have a lien or judgment?
A: Yes, you can sell your house with liens. We are happy to look deeper into your situation. Our experienced legal team may be able to help remove or negotiate your liens. Some liens may be placed incorrectly on your title or may have even expired.
Yes, you can sell if you have a judgment. Judgments are typically placed on individuals and not on the property. Judgements can expire over time so give us a call, we can look at them for you and share our experience and findings with you.
Q: What if I can’t find the Trust or Will?
A: Depending on the terms of the Trust our legal team may be able to put you in a position to sell the property. Every situation is different, and we will work closely with you to solve the problem.
We can assist with completing Probate, which allows a family to sell a property. We can also handle any other assets for the deceased, with minimal to no upfront fees for this service.
Q: Are there any fees or commissions to work with you?
A: There are NO FEES or commissions when you sell your house to us. We’ll make you an offer, if it’s a good fit then we’ll buy your house (we’ll often pay for the closing costs too!). No hassle. No fees. Close as quickly as you like (in as little as 5 days).
Q: I am behind on my property taxes, can I still sell my house?
A: Sure. Some of our clients have been anywhere from 1 to 6 years behind on their taxes. In fact, many of our clients have been scheduled for their home to be sold at their local county property tax auction. Every situation is different. So, give us a call to go over your specific situation.
Q: Is there any obligation when I submit my information?
A: There is zero obligation to you. Once you tell us about your property, we take a look at things, likely set up a call with you to find out a bit more, and make you an all-cash offer that we feel is fair for both parties. It’s 100% your decision on whether or not you’d like to sell your house to us… no hassle. It’s your decision and we let you decide.
Q: What if I have IRS or State Tax Liens?
A: Yes, you can still sell your property. The escrow company will be required to pay the lien from the proceeds of the sale directly to the IRS or State Tax Office. We may be able to help if a deceased family member has a State or Federal tax lien. We have had success removing liens such as these.
Q: Can I sell a property if I live out of state?
A: Yes! We can handle the details for you. No need for expensive travel or cleaning out the property. We can handle tenants, unwanted guests, or even non-paying family members. No keys? No problem! Our project coordinator will assist with all documents and keep you frequently updated.
Q: What if my property is in bad condition?
A: We buy property AS-IS. This means no updates, no repairs, or cleaning out the property. Take what you want and leave the rest (Exception: No Spouses!). Many times, our client’s homes have code violations and/or city fines. We can work with that, give us a call to go over your specific situation.
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