How Do I Sell My Fixer Upper Property?
Do you have a problem property that you don’t know what to do with? It is much more common than you may think to have a home, or rental that has deteriorated over the past years. This happens due to lack of maintenance, vacancy, cost, & several other factors. Having a fixer-upper property can cause many headaches…
Now what are your options to selling your fixer-upper property…
- You can sell the fixer-upper property to a local home buyer. BE AWARE that there are homebuyers who are not local to the area & do not plan on purchasing the property themselves. This can lead to difficulties in the closing process & cause issues for you the owner. Here at CB Home Solutions we are local to the area & buy properties throughout the Fox Valley & greater Milwaukee area.
- You can list the house with a Realtor. Some people do not like this option, however, there are still several benefits. You will get the most amount of money possible for the property & great exposure. But…. they’re several negatives, which include: unknown sale date, unknown sale price, inspections, appraisals, contingencies, etc… For those reasons several fixer-upper property owners decide to sell to a local investment company like ourselves.
- You can sell the property on a rent-to-own basis. Doing a rent-to-own contract can be demanding since you will technically own it as a “rental”. If the roof starts leaking, the furnace goes out, or basement floods you will be the one receiving a phone call to fix it. For this reason, many fixer upper owners choose to avoid this as well.
Now the decision is up to you on what you would like to pursue. You can choose to sell it to an investor, use a Realtor, or sell it via rent-to-own. We would be more than happy to provide you with a no-obligation cash offer by clicking here.
2 responses to “Selling a Fixer Upper Property in Appleton”
2 family 2br upper, 2br lower (1br walk thru). missing plumbing in basement, still has fuse boxes needs some paint, cleaning and repairs, etc. due to bad tenants.
Hey William, would love to help out if possible. Is the property in Appleton?