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As America’s preeminent homebuyer we buy houses, townhouses, condos, duplexes, and residential multi-family buildings. We even may buy some commercial properties from owners looking to sell quickly for a cash buyout. Over 100,000 homeowners have trusted us to buy their property since 1996.

  • We pay cash when we buy houses.
  • We also pay typical closings costs when we buy homes.
  • You can sell your house “AS-IS” – no repairs, no cleaning, no painting, no headaches.
  • No waiting for bank loan approvals.
  • Deal with pro home buyers who won’t waste your time.
  • Quick closings so you can move on with your life.

Boston’s premier cash homebuyers

We buy houses BostonWe’ve been America’s preeminent cash homebuyers since 1996. We’ve been buying houses with cash in Boston for over two decades. Skip the hassles of for sale by owner, aka FSBO, and contact us today. We will schedule an in-person inspection of your Boston home, and make you a fair cash offer on your house. A firm offer letting you sell your house “as-is”.  An offer that will not change at closing.

We buy homes “as-is”. No cleaning or repairs needed. And when you sell your house to us “as-is”, you pay little or no closing costs. It really is that easy to sell your Boston house fast for cash. Contact us today to get a cash offer on your house!

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Get Cash for Houses in Boston

Home to many of the most important moments in the founding of the United States, Boston has a massive historical and cultural significance. Boston has many more universities then you’d expect in a city of its size and has a lot of university students. The area is also home to a lot of financial and consulting firms.

The Boston metro area has a population of 4.7 million, and a median home price of $423,450, which is on the higher end of many of America’s biggest cities.

Avoid FSBO hassles in Boston

We make cash offers on houses all over Boston and Massachusetts, and we’ve been buying houses with cash in Boston for well over two decades. We can help you avoid the hassles of for sale by owner (FSBO). If you’re wondering “how can I sell my house fast?” or “who will buy my house?” contact us today to see how we can help you.

If you’d like to sell your home “as-is”: no hassles, no cleanup, no painting, no headaches – contact us today. A member of our local home investor team will be in touch and arrange to make a virtual or in-person visit. After our in-person visit, we give you a no-obligation cash offer on your home. An offer made by an experienced and trusted homebuyer- a pro you can trust to treat you fairly.

Since we buy Boston houses with cash, there’s no waiting on bank financing that can fall through. We can often close in as little as three weeks.

We can’t answer the question “should I sell my house?” for you, but we are here if you decide to sell your house “as-is”. Over 100, 000 homeowners have trusted us for more than two decades to buy their homes. Contact us today to see why.

Boston Areas We Buy Houses:

Get Cash for Houses in Boston

Home to many of the most important moments in the founding of the United States, Boston has a massive historical and cultural significance. Boston has many more universities then you’d expect in a city of its size and has a lot of university students. The area is also home to a lot of financial and consulting firms.

The Boston metro area has a population of 4.7 million, and a median home price of $423,450, which is on the higher end of many of America’s biggest cities.

Avoid FSBO Hassles in Boston

We make cash offers on houses all over Boston and Massachusetts, and we’ve been buying houses with cash in Boston for well over two decades. We can help you avoid the hassles of for sale by owner (FSBO). If you’re wondering “how can I sell my house fast?” or “who will buy my house?” contact us today to see how we can help you.

If you’d like to sell your home “as-is”: no hassles, no cleanup, no painting, no headaches – contact us today. A member of our local home investor team will be in touch and arrange to make a virtual or in-person visit. After our in-person visit, we give you a no-obligation cash offer on your home. An offer made by an experienced and trusted homebuyer- a pro you can trust to treat you fairly.

Since we buy Boston houses with cash, there’s no waiting on bank financing that can fall through. We can often close in as little as three weeks. 

Trusted homebuyers – Buying a house with cash in Boston

We can’t answer the question “should I sell my house?” for you, but we are here if you decide to sell your house “as-is”. Over 100,000 homeowners have trusted us for more than two decades to buy their homes. Contact us today to see why.

Boston Areas Where We Buy Houses:

Charlestown

Charlestown is located near downtown and is quite historic in feel and architecture. Being Boston’s oldest neighborhood, it has been redeveloped and changed many times over the past 200 years.

Look for condos in the Charlestown area, with a median price of around $715,000. It may sound like a lot, and it is. Yet it is much more affordable than townhouses, which are nearly 50% more.

Chelsea

Chelsea is rather infamous for the city going bankrupt in 1991. The city has been trying to fix its reputation since then and located roughly 4 miles from downtown Boston, deals can be found.

Coming into 2020, the median condo sales price was around $374,000, and single-family houses or units clocked in at a median price of $445,000. With a recent update to the Silver Line, the commute if you work downtown isn’t bad at all.

Newburyport

Located nearly 50 minutes outside of Boston downtown, this area is a bit of a stretch. That said, there is a building boom going on, with a lot of housing construction going on in the past few years. And with a median single-family home price under $700,000, that’s a decent bargain for this region, believe it or not.

The area is packed with restaurants and shops on the Merrimack, there are several festivals and events every year. Especially Plumfest.

East Boston

A great waterfront area, once known for shipbuilding, East Boston has been reinvented in an ongoing real estate renaissance. The area has become very popular with young professionals due to being relatively affordable and a lot of new real estate development.

It’s separated from downtown by the harbor and surrounded by Winthrop, Revere, and Chelsea Creek. The area has always been a home to Immigrants and has changed over the years from Irish & Italian to mostly Latino immigrants.

The area is stocked with duplexes and townhouses. The area is less than a hidden gem than it used to be, but it still has a lot of room for redevelopment and price increases in the future.

Cambridge

One of Boston’s many ‘sister cities’, Cambridge Massachusetts was named after the University of Cambridge in England. The city boasts a sizable population quickly approaching 110,000. Income levels in Cambridge sit just above the state average, with the median household earning just under $70K annually. Housing values reflect equally positive conditions for Cambridge citizens, with values having risen $230,000 to an average of $566,100 since the year 2000. These numbers represent a large variance from the home value state average, which still remains around $340,000 for Massachusetts.

Quincy

This large Norfolk County town is imbued with U.S. history, including bragging rights as the birthplace of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, and the legendary statesman, John Hancock. Its moderately large population of nearly 93,000 contributes greatly to the bustle of neighboring Boston, MA. Quincy’s household income statistics match up closely with the state average, as do the home values, although prices in Quincy are slightly higher. Houses in Quincy remain popular properties, as the residences dotting the suburban landscape offer appeal with cozy New England charm.

Lynn

Just 10 miles from downtown Boston, Lynn, MA is slightly smaller than Quincy. Originally thriving as an old industrial center, Lynn suffered several devastating fires in the 1970s and ’80s. As the city was restored, it largely became a collegiate locale for North Shore Community College. Household income levels and home values are statistically lower than the state averages, and renters enjoy a lower than usual monthly payment. Lynn remains a scenic harbor community, attracting many student residents and Bostonian commuters who prefer a suburban homestead.

Newton

This beautiful New England town lies only seven miles from Boston but doesn’t actually have its own city center. Rather, it is a composition of 13 small villages. Newton, MA is the 11th largest city in the state with a population of about 85,000. Safe, quiet neighborhoods, good schools and a short commute to downtown Boston make Newton a desirable location for its residents. Household income and home value averages are significantly higher than state averages, sitting at $108K and $685K respectively. While any Newtonian can take his or her pick of premium properties, renters should expect to pay above-average monthly rates right around the $1,500 mark.

Somerville

While Somerville has a lower population than many of Boston’s surrounding areas (it’s about 75,000), it is also the most densely populated city in New England…not to mention the 17th most densely populated city in the United States. No stranger to accolades, Somerville received the All America City Award in 2009 and the Boston Globe called Somerville one of the best-managed cities in the country. The steadily rising population, incomes, and housing values over the past 25 years have been largely attributed to the arrival of Boston’s red line subway tracks through the city in 1985.

Medford

Perhaps best known for being the home of Tufts University, Medford, MA lies only five miles outside of downtown Boston, yet features a population of only 56,000. With much of Boston’s societal and economic influences spilling over into Medford, most non-natives are likely to overlook its sovereignty from the metropolis. Housing and income stats in Medford are quite close to that of the state on the whole. As for historical charm, one need look no further than Medford if seeking out the tiny tavern where the legendary Christmas carol ‘Jingle Bells’ was first penned.

Brookline

Bordering the cities of Boston and Newton, the town of Brookline, MA was independently incorporated in 1705. A ladies’ town to be sure, Brookline females significantly outnumber males, by about 10% on average. With strong household income stats and housing values nearly double the state average, Brookline has attained prestige as one of the finer locales in which to take up residence near the Boston area. Many might consider Brookline one large verdant garden, segmented only slightly with the necessary urban features. The breathtaking landscape is a pride of the town.

Malden

Regarded in at least one periodical as the ‘best place to raise kids in Massachusetts’, Malden has a population moderately lower than surrounding cities (around 60K). Malden enjoys a lower-than-average crime rate and steadily declining jobless rates. Typical housing prices very closely match up with state averages, with only a few thousand dollars difference. It might not seem very scary, but horror novelist Stephen King might think so; he has mentioned Malden, MA in his works several times.

Lexington

Lexington is 11 miles from Boston and is one of the most historic districts in the US. In this area, the American Revolution began in 1775. The Hancock-Clarke house still stands today after being built in 1737 and is the location where John Hancock and Samuel Adams were sleeping when Paul Revere rode in with the famous line about the arrival of the British. In addition, other wartime meeting buildings still stand today. Living in Lexington also gives access to some of the best schools in Massachusetts.

Additional Boston Areas We Buy Houses:

  • Hyde Park
  • South Dorchester
  • Bay Village

(Stats provided by US News & World Report, Boston Magazine, and Real Estate Boston)

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