With the current housing and economic turmoil all of a sudden, you’ve seen little yellow signs and large ads announcing, “We ‘re going to buy your home,” you probably need to sell a house fast and wonder who these guys are behind the signs and can do anything to support.Have a look at Home Buyers for more info on this.
The indicators have actually been around for three decades, but as in anything else, you see only the ones that are of immediate interest to you. Although in the United States anyone can buy and sell houses, most people just buy and sell the house in which they reside or plan to stay.
Buying houses without the intention of living in them-as a company, really began to take off around 30 years ago when a number of seminar speakers crossed the county offering training in buying and selling homes for profit.
As any company, you can expect a variety of people buying houses to be qualified, honest professionals, and some who are not so qualified, and some you ‘d like to avoid.
The bottom line is that some of those people will potentially help you sell a house quickly, often in a matter of days, and fix issues. Others, I find that, if you call and leave a message, you won’t even answer the phone or call you back. I have found, odd as it may be, that this inability to follow up on a lead exists in a variety of sales areas.
So, the first thing I would recommend when finding a House Buyer to work with is contacting some, seeing who’s answering the phone, seeing who’s coming out to your house and arriving when they’ve decided to come. Not high tech but a strong beginning.
Who am I going to tell you how to sort these guys by? I happen to be one of them and have been doing imaginative real estate in Florida for two decades, had been a stock broker and financial writer for the Chicago Tribune before. It’s kind of like going to a hacker to figure out how to securely run your computer.