Many costly home repairs occur when you’re not ready financially.
Owning your own home is a rewarding experience, but it comes with a lot of responsibility and maintenance costs. Some maintenance may be routine, but other unexpected repairs can put you in a financial crisis.
We’ve seen how repairs have affected homeowners across the country. In the North and Northeast, they often have expensive repairs of entire septic systems. In many parts of the South and Southwest, foundation problems often arise from soil that frequently expands and contracts, even with newer homes.
In addition to the high costs of these repairs, there’s also a loss of time to consider—the time spent on finding contractors and missing work during the repair process. Even more time could be needed if you try to do the work yourself.
You don’t always have enough money in the bank or available credit to take on large repairs. Often, these issues get put off until they become unmanageable financial burdens. It’s easy to fall behind, and costly home repairs pile up until your situation is unlivable and unaffordable. See how much expensive repairs can cost you.
Are house repair costs keeping you from selling your house?
Whenever you have guests at your house, you want it to be at its best. The stakes are even higher if you have prospective buyers visiting your home. Costly home repairs left unattended can make the house far less appealing, and it may stay on the market for much longer than anticipated, with no end in sight. If you do get an offer, it’s possible you’ll have to lower the price of the house more than what the repairs would have cost you. (You can see estimated costs for typical home repairs on our resource page.)
We offer an easier, faster way to sell your house.
We have the ideal solution if you’re facing high repair costs. We can buy your house “as is.” You won’t have to do any cleaning or pay for any repairs. We don’t charge commissions and we pay all normal closing costs.
It starts with a visit to your house that won’t cost you a thing. Often on that one visit, we make a firm cash offer you can depend on. You’ll know how much cash you’ll receive for your house, and we can close in as little as three weeks, or when it’s convenient for you. We buy houses “as is,” so you don’t have to repair, paint, or clean up a thing. You can even leave behind anything you don’t want to move. We make it easy and fast for you to have cash in hand and make a fresh start.
Your house will have a fresh start, too, after necessary repairs give it a new life.
Just take a look at Kim C.’s farm house testimonial.