Did You Inherit a Home You Don't Want?
Are you looking to sell a property that you have inherited? You may be an “accidental property owner” who never planned on owning the real estate that is now a burden on you.
Maybe your life is too busy to deal with that old house that uncle Joe left you, and you just want the cash out of it quickly.
Quite possibly, you may want to keep the house, but you cannot afford the yearly taxes and/or the upkeep that the property requires. It could be mortgage payments, utilities, grass cuts and maintenance...
Or, maybe you feel emotionally attached to it and don't want to deal with dozens of showings and insensitive buyers who feel the need to pick everything apart and so that they can make the house seem less significant.
Either way, at Immediate Home Solutions, we listen to your needs and can help you in the best way possible. We will help you deal with any formalities quickly and tactfully, respect your privacy, and handle the closing at your convenience so you can get your own life back to normal.
We, many times can help you through the process of probate as well.
Please start by filling out the form to the right, and we will respond to you shortly.
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“Don't be afraid to give up the good to go for the great."
— John D. Rockefeller
"You can dream, create, design, and build the most beautiful place in the world, but it requires people to make it a reality."
“If one advances confidently in the direction of his own dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”
— Henry David Thoreau.
"The only failure lies in failure to start."
—Harold Blake Walker