Divorcing with House to Sell?
Going through a divorce is never easy. Even if you’re looking forward to getting a fresh start after the divorce is finalized, you may be dealing today with financial issues with your former spouse, including selling a property that you owned together.
When it comes to selling a house as part of a divorce, you’ve got two main options: 1. Sell on the open market through a real estate agent, or 2. Sell to a real estate investor like us. There are pros and cons for each way, and it’s up to you what makes the most sense.
Why consider selling to an investor? Three main reasons: speed, convenience, and simplicity.
Selling to us is almost always always your fastest option. We can close within weeks, and we pay with cash. If your goal is to get this done as quickly as possible, talk to us.
Selling to an investor is also the most convenient way to sell your house in a divorce. With us, you never have to show your house, make repairs, deal with real estate agents, or spend time negotiating with potential buyers who often need to get the right appraisal on the property before the bank will even approve the purchase. Instead, we agree on a price and a closing date, and that’s that.
Selling to us is also a simple process. You can read more about our buying process, but basically it takes a brief phone call, sometimes followed by a visit to the property, to get you an offer. If the offer sounds good, then simply pick a closing date that suits you, and that’s it. Problem solved.
If you’re going through a divorce and have a house in Hampton Roads to sell, call us at (757) 304-8456 now or request an offer on the property.
We’ve worked with many couples to sell their house and move on with their lives. If you’re going through a divorce and would like to sell your Hampton Roads home fast, please get in touch! Our goal is to give you a quick, convenient, simple option for selling your house at a fair price.
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