Please see my "how it works" page to see the whole basic process of how I can buy your Albuquerque area property from you as-is for cash. But normally it should only take me 24 to 48 hours to give you an offer of property. I just need a little bit of time to research, and to be able to see your property in person so I can see the condition and other value indicators. Call me Scott Goff - 505-944-5131. Or fill out an inquiry here.
For most government backed loan programs (FHA, Fannie Mae, VA) and even some Conventional loan programs, there is a good chance that the mortgage company will not loan money on a house if there is obvious repairs. If the roof needs to be fixed; if the water heater does not work; if the heating system does not work; if there is missing flooring; if the stove does not function... etc etc. then the mortgage company will require those items to be repaired before closing. If you
I buy redemption rights in Albuquerque. Do you have a property that is being foreclosed and being sold at auction? Most mortgages have a clause that says after the bank has foreclosed on the property and the property has been sold at auction, the homeowner has one "last chance" to redeem the property. The "redemption period" is usually 30 days after the auction sale at the courthouse steps. So in that 30 days redemption period, the homeowner that has lost the home at fore
I bought this place yesterday. It had come out of foreclosure which means someone lost the property because they were not making payments on the mortgage loan. Do you have a house that you are behind on payments? If you have decided it is time to sell because you don't want to ruin your credit and/or you don't have the time or money to do needed repairs on the house, I will buy the house quickly from you for cash. Call me to find out more: Scott Goff 505-944-5131. Or s
I prefer to buy houses that are already vacant, but will occasionally buy houses that have existing tenants. If you have a house you want to sell in the Albuquerque area that you want to sell, call me to discuss at 505-944-5131. I can pay cash and close quickly if needed. Or fill out an inquiry here.
Do you have a house that is missing gas, electrical, or water meter(s)? If you would like to sell you house, it is an expensive chore to have the meters re-installed by the different utility companies. Many times the gas company wants a mercury test done on the gas lines before they will reinstall the meter. the electrical company will require that an Electrician bring the service panel up to code (which usually means a new panel and service) before they will install a new
To be honest, I don't really like talking to sales people if they are pushy. I'd much rather buy a car from an individual selling thier own car than from a car lot sales person that is trying to sell me something I am not sure that I want. If you call me to find out about selling your house to me, I will not be pushy. I will only give you the information that you are looking for. You want to know how much I would pay for your house as-is, right? You might want to know a l
Take a look at this beauty. It has a tarp on the roof keeping the water out. The stucco has been painted but it is all pealing off. Everything on the interior needs to be remodeled. The kitchen cabinets are falling apart. The bathroom is ugly. The hardwood floors are discolored and need refinishing. It has multiple swamp cooers sticking in windows. The windows are mostly not operating and there is some broken glass. Shall I go on? It needs help. But that is what I
This house we bought was pretty old for Albuquerque standards. A lot of the homes in Albuquerque were built during Albuquerque's big expansion years - from 1950 to current years. The house shown here was built in the 1920s. It had been remodeled many time over the years but had fallen into neglect. With some hard work and lot's of money, it was brought back to life. If you have an old house or a new house in the Albuquerque area that you would like to sell as-is for cas
It is a hurdle for folks to sell thier houses with roof problems or furnace problems or other "major" issues to a regular home buyer. Most mortgages that new buyers use require that the house they are loaning money on are in a certain kind of condition. These loans do not like it when there is roof problems, heating or cooling problems, plumbing issues, septic issues, electrical issues, or any kind of safety issues. l do indeed buy houses with leaky roofs or other problems.