Are you really able to buy my property with cash?
We use the industry standard term “cash”, but in most cases, you’ll get paid through a title/attorney/escrow company that will handle the paperwork for the transaction. They will arrange with you directly to be paid by wire transfer, check, or cashier’s check.
Are you negotiable on your offer price?
Maybe. However, for it to make sense for our business, we have to be very careful about the investments we make. If you can provide some additional information that will help us revise our offer, we will happily reconsider our offer price. In most of the markets we operate in, there is an oversupply of potential land investments to make.
If you are only interested in getting a full retail value for your property, we are not your best option. To get top value, you’ll most likely need to contact a local real estate agent with extensive marketing experience. Also be prepared to list the property for a considerable amount of time to wait for the right buyer and work with them on any potential “due diligence” issues that arise.
How fast can you close?
In most cases, we can close in 14 to 30 days as long as all parties can supply any needed paperwork right away. We always use a title company or attorney to coordinate the transaction and sometimes they will request additional information to close the deal. Some title companies take additional time to close a transaction.
If you’re in a situation where you need the funds quicker, we may be able to help. Please call or email and we can discuss the options.
How do I accept the offer I received for my property?
Please sign and send back to us by mail or email. To speed up the process, please take a photo of the signed purchase agreement and email it back to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get started!
Can I sell the property As-is?
Yes, you will be selling the property as-is. All we ask is that you provide us any information you have on the property. We’ll generally ask if you have information on access or any other important characteristics or history of the property.
I see that you are a licensed real estate broker in California. Does that mean that you are my agent?
No, I will not be acting in a representative capacity for you in the transaction. While we have extensive experience in handling all types of real estate transactions, I cannot be your agent or advisor as that would be a conflict of interest. We handle almost all of our purchases without a real estate agent involved. There is no room in our offer to pay any commission to an agent.
I own other properties too. Will you consider buying them as well?
Yes, we are definitely interested. Please call or email us with the details and we’ll get back to you with an offer.
I have never been to the property I own. Will you still buy it if I don’t know anything about it?
Yes, this is quite common. We do our own research on all our property purchases, so there is no need for you to provide any specific information to us about the property.