Inherited A House In Houston, What’s The Best Way To Sell?

Handling an unwanted inherited property is difficult, especially when you’re dealing with multiple heirs. From the very beginning, we handle the situation with care and sensitivity.

Often, the home you inherit requires extensive repairs, cleaning, and updating. You may require the appropriate finances and expertise to transform your inherited home into a house someone would be willing to buy. Or, you could sell it directly to We Buy Houses for a real profit!

Inherited A House In Houston, What’s The Best Way To Sell?

Don’t fret, I put together a list of options when it comes to selling the home.

Sell To An Investor

An investor offers a straightforward, financially-beneficial solution to selling your home. Most investors have dealt with your situation in the past. They are comfortable making major repairs, meaning you won’t have to pay for any repairs or renovations. You can sell the property “as-is.”

For Sale By Owner

An investor offers a straightforward, financially-beneficial solution to selling your home. Most investors have dealt with your situation in the past. They are comfortable making major repairs, meaning you won’t have to pay for any repairs or renovations. You can sell the property “as-is.”

Put A Sign In the Yard

Putting a sign in the front yard is the most traditional manner of selling an unwanted piece of property. If the home is in perfect condition, in a great neighborhood, and priced right, people will flock to the deal. More than likely, you’ll pay closing costs, real estate fees, and endure lots of headaches along the way.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are actively buying properties in the Houston metro area and surrounding suburbs.

We make offers on pretty much any property or vacant lot.  Normally, we buy homes in the $50,000 – $400,000 range but we have the ability to purchase higher end homes.  Each month we work with sellers with all types of real estate such as; single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, luxury homes, duplexes, apartment buildings, commercial properties, mobile homes and vacant lots.

Start off by finding a buyer that is accredited with the Better Business Bureau.  Once you receive the offer you need to review it.  Make sure that the earnest money check is large and the due diligence period is very short.  This will ensure that you’re dealing with the end buyer and not a middle man.

This depends on the situation but we can close within 10 days and have an offer in your hands within 24 hours.