We Pass the Savings onto You
Being one of the nation’s most active home sellers, we can work with you to fit your timeline and meet your goals for buying your next home. Dollars 4 Deeds owns an inventory of homes that are ready to sell. If we don’t currently have what you’re looking for, we will utilize our wide network of investors to find it for you. We work hard to ensure that the buying process is always fast and efficient because we understand how involved the process can be and will work together with you for the entire journey.
All Types of Homes, All Price Ranges
Our inventory of homes and large network of investors who specialize in real estate help ensure that we can find you the type of property that you’re looking for. From rehabs to move-in ready homes, and everything in between – we have it all. We can work with any type of property wanted and any range of budget.
Occasionally, Dollars 4 Deeds sells houses that are not included in our renovation portfolio. When selling properties that need repair, it is very important for the buyer to have extensive knowledge to identify possible renovation costs that will be necessary for improving the property. When working with us, you can be sure that we’re experienced and qualified in estimating repairs and consulting with buyers on the renovation process.
There’s no such thing as a perfect house. Every home, even a newly constructed home, will potentially have some issues. Dollars 4 Deeds builds value by restoring properties in need of repairs, whether they’re slight or significant.
In many cases, we buy houses that have experienced traumas such as fire damage, termites, mold, foundational problems, roofing problems or need other major repairs. Houses with these conditions tend to make most buyers wary, and most real estate agents aren’t inclined to list them due to the level of difficulty involved in selling them. We enjoy talking to sellers with these types of houses, because we can see the potential value in any house after the necessary repairs are made.
Here are just a few risks involved when we purchase properties:
- Previously unknown property conditions, or environmental hazards, such as toxic-mold, or others
- Expensive repair conditions may not have been apparent at, or became worse since the time of purchase
- Costly repairs not previously estimated for could offset the profit margin, such as HVAC, plumbing, foundation, etc.
- Work permit complications, local restrictions, or codes and other legal problems that can arise
- Unexpectedly longer times in holding a property for repair, or marketing time extended, causing profits to be exhausted
- Ever changing market conditions, including lending requirements and availability of applicable mortgages for buyers