Resources To Help You Sell Your House Fast

We’ve compiled some resources on this page to help you sell your house fast or save you from foreclosure.  We work with home owners every day who need to sell their house but can’t do it the traditional route through a real estate agent… and people going through foreclosure.  So, use us as a resource too.  We’d be glad to answer your questions, help you better understand your options, and walk you through how our “home buying” service works… where we’ll make you a fair no-obligation, no-hassle offer.  It’s simple, straightforward, and just may be perfect for you.

Check out these resources and links below…

5 Ways To Stop or Avoid Foreclosure In Today’s Market – FREE Guide:

Need more information on the foreclosure process and How To Stop Foreclosure?  Download our FREE Stop Foreclosure Guide here. Or, you can always feel free to Contact us anytime if you have questions, want a no hassle Situation Evaluation, or want to just learn more about how we can help homeowners avoid foreclosure or sell unwanted properties for cash.

The Pros and Cons of Selling A house to a Real Estate Investor – Free Guide:

rotated picWe wrote this guide this year to walk through your 3 options when you need to sell your house. 1) Working with an agent. 2) Selling it yourself.  3) Selling to a real estate investor. This guide will tell you the pros, cons, costs, and timeline associated with each option… and it’ll show you which options make sense in what situations. Download the guide free here <<

Washington Post Article On Selling To A Real Estate Investor – Good solid article that walks through how it works to sell to a real estate investor. They’re spot on with their recommendation to make sure you look for an investor who can deliver on their promise (some investors may not be able to actually close on their offer. Every offer we make we back up by being able to close on that offer.)

 

Foreclosure Resources and Information –

FDIC Foreclosure Prevention Information – The FDIC is a government entity and created a great resource and “Foreclosure Prevention Toolkit”. If you’re in foreclosure check it out.

Foreclosure Prevention Guide The Urban Affairs Coalition has a great foreclosure prevention guide to walk you through the foreclosure process.

North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention: The N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund   (NCMortgageHelp.gov) helps North Carolina homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments

North Carolina Housing Coalition – Foreclosure Help: Foreclosure prevention counseling services are provided free of charge by nonprofit housing counseling agencies working in partnership with the Federal Government. These agencies are funded, in part, by HUD and NeighborWorks America.

Legal advice: It is also in your best interest to contact an attorney to know your rights. However, very often, attorneys are too expensive (it’s already hard to make your mortgage payments. How could you afford an attorney, right?). Here is a great resource to have unlimited access to attorneys for a flat monthly fee of $19.95/month: click here