How We Can Help
Do you want to deal with people who really care about your situation and can help you troubleshoot the best solution?
We are real estate developers who really want to help you with your situation by advising you of what you should or can do. We currently service the Triad of North Carolina.
Here are some common situations of properties that we have expertise in helping:
- Condemned House: If you have a house that needs major repair.
- Behind on Payments: If you are behind on one or more of your mortgage payments, leaving the balance you owe bigger each month.
- Facing Foreclosure: Foreclosure proceedings have begun.
- Relocation: Moving out of state or out of the country unexpectedly.
- Retiring: Maybe looking to liquidate property for cash to use during retirement.
- Tax Liens: A lien in which the government may seize property if you owe delinquent property taxes and the tax payer fails to pay the owed back taxes.
- Probate: A home which is part of an estate where someone has passed away and left a property behind.
- Vacant House: A property empty without residents or living purposes.
- Divorce: Dissolution of a marriage where both parties may agree to sell the home to settle or it may be awarded to one party.
- Expired Listing: Property sat on the market for months without a buyer.
- Inheritance: Receiving property upon the death of someone else, which may include land property, houses or money.
- Denied Loan Modification: Denial of a modification of your loan terms that would have allowed adhering to new loan terms outside of the original contract.
- Can’t Afford Repairs: House needs extensive repair and you can no longer afford to keep up the maintenance for the home.
- Bad Tenants: Someone who does not respect your home or property, follow lease guidelines or pay their rent in a timely manner.
- Bad Realtor: A bad realtor may only being trying to make a sale and not providing you with the service you need in your situation.
- Bad Neighborhood: A neighborhood in which you feel uncomfortable for reasons such as high crime rate, poor school and distasteful landscape or upkeep.
- Bankruptcy: Legal status of a person or entity that cannot pay fully or in any amount the debts they owe.
- Job Loss: Lost current employment and can no longer afford the home you are residing in.