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About Us!!

Do You Need To Sell Your Home Fast? Are Your Payments Too High? Do You Have NO Equity?

 
We specialize in helping "Edmonton and Area" homeowners out of tough situations, if you need to sell your property quickly, for any reason, you have come to the right place.
 

The only purpose of this site is for you to get to know us better and how we work; we are not selling anything here, there are no online forms to fill out, no empty promises, etc. just the facts about us and what we do.

 

I will Make a Guaranteed offer on your Property, any area, any condition, any price range! Try Me! Don't sit on your house another day! "You can sell it within hours!

  

Are you making payments on an unwanted House and need to sell quickly?  I can Help!, and I would very much like to discuss purchasing your home.  Please notice, I am not asking to "list your home".  I am not a listing agent, and I am not associated with any real estate firm.  However; I am definitely interested in buying your house as an investment.
  Are you facing Foreclosure?  
  Are you about to be Transferred?  
  Are you going through Divorce?
  Are you 100% Financed and can't seem to find a way  out?  

These are just a few problems that honest home owners face every day, and with as many houses on the market as there are you may be lucky to even have your home viewed.
 
 If your house hasn't sold with you keeping it all spruced up and pretty, why in the world would it have a better chance to sell vacant?

Pro's and Con's of selling your home the traditional way versus my way

  

I am going to offer you some information that I'm sure nobody else ever has, and I am sure that one of these examples will help you to understand the power of our system.

Example #1

 Did you know that approximately 88% of FSBO's (for sale by owner's) end up listing their house with a Real Estate agent. They usually end up doing this after about 2 to 3 months of trying to sell it themselves. (Lets keep track of the costs while all this is going on). Let's say the house in question is worth a $100,000.00 and the mortgage payment is a $1,000.00 a month. After 3 months of sitting on the market you have spent approximately 3% ($3,000) of your profit in mortgage payments. Now you list with a Real Estate agent, this will cost you another 7% ($7,000) in commission fees.  If the listing agent is good and he has priced your house right he will have it sold in about 2 to 3 months ($2,000 to $3,000). You are now at about 12% ($12,000). Let's say you incur approximately 2% to 3% in closing cost.
Being "very conservative", you are now at about a 12% to 15%  ($12,000.00 to $15,000.00) loss from your profit, and that is only if your house sells? Lets not forget the fact that in a lot of cases the buyers do not take position for  2 to 3 months (two to three thousand dollars profit). These numbers are getting confusing, but if I'm doing my math right "conservatively" in this example, you are between a $12,000.00 to $17,000.00 loss in profit selling the conventional way.
  Now let's take a look at homes that do sell with an Agent.
In the first month about 20% to 25% of the listed homes sell. In the second and third month about another 10% sell, and in the fourth month about  22% to 28%sell. We have a large increase in the amount of houses sold in the 4th month because after the third month of being listed a lot of home owners drop their price.
  On average 1/3 of homes listed with an agent do not sell. When home owners lower their price in order to sell their house, this affects the price of all the houses on the street, and if you do this your neighbours will be happy with you.
  Once all the dust has settled about 5% to 6% of people end up keeping their house, and I'm sorry to say, "End up Renting It".

Example #2   Selling "Retail" is Hard

 Finding a buyer means you must List your Home on the Market, you are going to have to pay an Agent, they are going to have to find a ready, willing and able Buyer who has the credit and the income to qualify for a loan. Before this even takes place they are going to "beat you up" on the price. Then if you don't have any equity in your property you are going to have to pay the Agents Commission out of Your Pocket and hold the property for several months (while making payments) until the deal closes.
  If you buy and sell the property in less than 12 months you will have to pay "Capital Gains Tax"

 

 

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