Selling an inherited home in Oregon is not as easy as people think! Read on to learn how to sell a house you inherited in Keizer OR… First of all, there is always the emotional part of preparing a loved one’s house for sale – which most likely includes depersonalizing his or her rooms and […]
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You’re trying to sell a Salem, OR house that just won’t sell? And yet – the news says the real estate market is heating up. The media is practically shouting again about multiple offers, high demand, and record-setting prices. So where’s your contract? These tips could be just what you need to help you sell your Salem […]
If you’ve gotten a foreclosure notice of default and want to know what the heck is going on, keep reading. Basically, a foreclosure notice of default is a document that has to be filed by a lender to start the process of foreclosure. The foreclosure notice of default must be sent to anyone who has […]
When you fall behind in your mortgage payments on your Salem home, it can feel like you’re drowning in debt. Even if you’re able to make your monthly payment, catching up on a past due balance can be an overwhelming challenge. There’s a few options that can help you to avoid foreclosure in Salem and maybe […]
Is it still a buyer’s market today in Salem? As experts in the Salem real estate market, we get asked this question a lot. The answer isn’t as simple as yes or no. First off, it really depends on the property type and location. Single-family homes in good shape and great locations that are priced […]
With millions of homes across the country going into foreclosure, it’s important for both buyers and mortgage holders to understand the process. So what is a pre-foreclosure in Salem anyway? Many homeowners across America and Salem are facing difficulties making their monthly mortgage payments. When a homeowner misses 3-6 months of mortgage payments, the lending institution will […]
While the housing market is rebounding, many people in Salem] are still struggling to make their mortgage payments. If you’re underwater on your home, or having trouble keeping up with your monthly mortgage payments, you could be fearful that your mortgage provider is going to foreclose. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do […]
A recent study estimates that 47% of foreclosed properties are still occupied. When you first see that stat you may be surprised… but we’re not. What most people don’t realize is that banks aren’t in the business to own homes. They are in the business to loan people money. But when they have to foreclose […]
You want to sell your Salem house, and you want to get top dollar. Excellent! But “What do I need to do to sell my house in Salem“? Here are some tips on how to get your home ready to sell if you’re looking for top dollar that the market will bear: *NOTE: These instructions […]
If you’ve been driving around in Salem, chances are you’ve seen some billboards advertising companies that buy houses. Often times they say things like “We Buy Salem Houses!” or “Cash For Your House”. Are these “we buy houses in Salem companies” credible? How do I know if the local house buying companies out there are honest […]
Hear What Others Have To Say…
Mel & Katherine
"We're ready to cut back and retire soon. It's time to sell our 6-plex.""We manage our own properties and do all the work ourselves. It's hard to take a vacation. It's time to sell one of our properties and not work so hard. We're in our 70s now. We're ready to cut back and retire soon. We've owned this 6-plex for 12 years. We've made some updates, and tried to keep up on the repairs. It's generally in good shape. We've spoken to our CPA and have a plan."
"So you want to buy rentals?? We're happy to sell to you!"
Joel & Janette
"You were the first person to take the time to really listen to us and what we needed.""We wanted to fix up the house and sell it, but we didn't have the time or money to do that. Our family and friends are in South Salem, and I work in Salem too. It's hard to afford the commute from Woodburn each day. It's also hard to work on the house with 3 young kids running around, so a lot of things still need finished and fixed. Rather than get behind on the payments, we decided it was best for our family to sell it now as-is. It was a relief to know the closing date and be able to make plans. Now we can make a fresh start."
"You were so much nicer than the other companies we spoke with. You were the first person to take the time to really listen to us and what we needed. Then you were honest and stayed in contact through the whole process. Thanks for being so great to work with! We completely recommend you and your business to anyone."
"Closing was easy and went pretty smoothly, and the price was fair.""It's the last of a bunch of rentals we needed to sell. We didn't have the time or money to fix it up and keep it as a rental. We needed to get out of the landlord business.
It's good to be able to move on.
"My ex started to fix up one bathroom, but didn't finish...""The house needs a lot of work and is bigger than I need now. The roof is leaking. One of the eaves needs repaired. My ex started to fix up one bathroom, but didn't finish, so the walls and shower were never installed. The flooring is in bad shape, and it needs many other small repairs. I'm not able to fix it. Family members want me to fix it up, replace the roof, and sell it, but that's a lot of work. They aren't the ones who will be doing all that work! I just want to sell it to someone who can fix it, and move into a smaller place."
Thanks for buying my house as-is!
Bob & Cheryl
"It's such a relief to no longer have to deal with property maintenance"
"Even though we like the tenants in our rental property, it was just time to retire. It's such a relief to no longer have to deal with property maintenance, collecting rent, and being a landlord.
We're happy with the terms, and the closing process was really simple and easy. Now we can really retire. You've been great to work with."
"After my parents passed, my siblings and I had been cleaning up their property."
"We could have gotten estimates, hired a contractor, split the cost of fixing and remodeling it, then listed it and sold it... but we'd probably just break even on getting our cost back. There was a lot to do, and it would take awhile to get the work done, especially if we tried to do some of the work ourselves.
We just didn't have the time or extra money to put into it. It made sense to just sell it as-is for cash, so we could all move forward. It was a relief."