“I need to sell a house as-is fast! Help Me!”
No problem. We buy in just about any condition. We understand that you probably don’t have the money to hire someone to do repairs, and you don’t have the time or the expertise to do the repairs yourself, so don’t bother. We buy beat-up houses, houses in need of repairs, and we buy all kinds. I even buy houses with trash in yours or the neighbor’s yard like the one I bought below.
If you’ve never heard of an as-is house before, it refers to selling a house in the current state is in. This is typically the term given to houses that are damaged, need repair, or outdated. This allows both the buyer and seller to have a mutual understanding that the house isn’t perfect, but it is, in fact, what you are paying for, damage and all.
“My house is in disarray! Real estate agents tell me I have to make changes first!”
We know. Our clients tell us this all the time. Then they sell their houses fast with us. They don’t end up paying a penny in real estate commissions. Closing costs aren’t paid either. They also don’t have to wait for the actual closing to get their money. If you have a fixer-upper house in Indianapolis and beyond, we’d like to buy it.
Houses that are labeled as-is also tend to have a poor perception. Many buyers hear the term as-is and assume that a house has significant problems a seller doesn’t want to deal with. If a seller isn’t willing to deal with the house’s problems and is trying to sell, why would a buyer want to purchase that house and adopt those issues? Not all as-is houses are problematic, but it is understandable why a buyer might not even want to look at an as-is house.
A house in need of repairs usually has a convincing story behind it – no one wants it to be that way, but things happen. Maybe you had a salary cut. Someone may have passed away, and things just didn’t come together. Maybe you just don’t have the money for whatever reason. It doesn’t matter. Many people face these kinds of situations and a fast sell is often the best solution for everyone.