Colorado Real estate investors buy houses from just about anyone who has one to sell. They will ask a few relevant questions and then make an offer.
You’ve seen the billboards along the highway, as well as the ads in the wee hours of the morning on TV, or heard them on the radio. Banners stream along while you read articles on the Internet.
They all appear to say the same sort of thing. They say they ‘We buy ugly houses’ or they might profess things such as “We buy Colorado Springs houses for cash!” or “We Buy Colorado Springs Houses Fast”, These ads are telling you that you, as an individual home or property owner that you can sell your house to them.
Real estate investors often buy properties from one another, much like a game of chess or perhaps Monopoly. The buying, selling, and trading can be quite active. The bottom line for them is to advance the value of their portfolios, many of which already contain property deeds tied to rental units that they use for cash flow, or for property they use as collateral to borrow money or open a line of credit with the lenders.
This may sound impersonal and not like a buyer who wants your home to live in and raise their family. If you’re in a position to sell your house, though, the object is to sell it and it shouldn’t matter how you do it as long as it is legal.
A Colorado Springs real estate investor will buy your house from you. We will generally ask a few relevant questions including;
- how much you owe on your mortgage
- the property details and square footage
- the special features that may be included
- and what you think it’s worth on today’s market.
We will also ask you what you expect to or need to get from the sale. Have this information ready when you contact us. If you can tell us what your bottom line is you could have a sale and get the whole thing done in less than one week.
Investors tend to pay about 75% of the current market value for a piece of property. In some cases it might be a bit higher, or a bit lower. They are buying to make a profit, not to live in the house, so they give you an amount to consider and will buy if you are happy with the amount offered.
If you don’t like the offered amount, you will be under no obligation whatsoever. It doesn’t hurt to ask, and you’ll only need to give minimal information to get an offer.
Go ahead and tell us about your Colorado Springs property for sale by completing our simple and fast online application and we will be back in touch with you, typically within 24 hours.