Sell Your House After Moving and Stop Making DOUBLE PAYMENTS
If you have already moved out of the house, or live outside the area, your life is probably too busy to manage a vacant property. You are not alone. Handling a property like that can be extremely difficult and risky.
In many areas, thieves target vacant properties regularly and make their livelihoods stealing valuable copper piping and wires or utility units from air condition and heating systems, and even vandalize the property when they’re done.
When that happens you’re not only losing money, but additional time is being tied up in insurance claims and paperwork. There are tons of things on a property that command your attention. When you can’t be there to keep a proper eye on it, your asset can quickly turn into a liability.
On top of it all, you risk liabilities that are not covered by your standard homeowner’s insurance policy, because the property is no longer occupied. Your uncovered losses can be just a drop in the bucket compared to the law suits you can face if someone gets injured on the property.
Even if your friendly neighbor has agreed to keep an eye on your property, you certainly wouldn’t want to risk her running into a group of unscrupulous thieves and get knocked down or worse. If your property sits vacant and you are looking to sell, time is of the essence.
We come to agreements quickly and close even faster. In many cases, we can pay cash for the property and close without any restrictions or approval processes from lenders or banks, so you can go on with your life.
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