How It Works

We understand selling your home can be stressful and exhausting. If you’re behind on your payments, or have a home that requires extensive repairs, the situation can downright painful. Thankfully, We Buy Houses will simplify the entire process, ensuring you have clear solutions for selling your home or property. We make you a cash offer to purchase your home, and also point out the other unique options available to you.

Always be wary of imitators, scam artists, or illegitimate companies. Before selling a home, research the process and home buyer you intend to work with. Then, contact us directly to ensure you are working with an official local We Buy Houses licensee!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Fill out the home seller form and a We Buy Houses Professional will contact you.

No! We buy houses and will make you an offer without real estate agent fees or commissions.

Every situation is unique, but it’s not uncommon to get a cash offer in as little as 24-48 hours.

We buy homes as-is, there are no need to make repairs.

It depends on your situation, but typically we can close within 7-10 days.

No. We regularly purchase homes that are behind in payments, facing foreclosure, or underwater.

Yes, as long as the foreclosure has not been finalized (the bank owns it) we can still make an offer to buy it.

Selling your home before final foreclosure will prevent a “foreclosure” from appearing on your credit report and generally is better for your credit.

Yes, the home can be in any condition and it does not matter if you occupy it, have a renter in the home, or if it is vacant.

Yes. We are experienced dealing with bad or problem tenants.

Yes. You’ll likely still need to pay your agent’s commission, but we can still purchase your home.

No, you can complete your end of the closing locally at most attorneys’ offices and your check can be mailed or deposited directly into your account.

Yes. Unfortunately, this is common and we can work with you and your bank through a process called a “short sale” to buy your home.