Of course we buy houses, we buy all kinds of houses. Large and small, old and new, pretty and well…un-pretty. Our passion is real estate and that extends beyond houses as well. We have conversations with folks everyday that ask “would you buy my house” and the answer is YES. Don’t let that fool you however, we are actively seeking multi-family real estate (such as duplexes, fourplexes, and apartments) and we are always on the lookout for land.
That can be a bit of a misnomer however, as many people seem to think the term land equates to farm land, or grazing pastures, or the like. In reality, land is just a basic term we use to describe any piece of property without a residence already built on it. There are numerous pieces of property even in town that were never built on for whatever reason, we’re certainly interested in those. You might be surprised where some of this vacant property pops up, we often hear from neighbors that they thought the land was owned by the city, or a right of way, or designated open space when in fact it’s just a piece of dirt that the owners never got around to building on.
Now, that’s not to say that the open space that might be around your house is available for someone to buy, many times there are vast tracts of land that are designated open space, or greenbelts, or have building restrictions such that no new buildings may be erected anyway. But if it can be built on, or even if you’re not sure, give us a call or click to fill out our form so we can help you figure out what to do with your land too.
We understand that many people think that we only buy ugly houses. That’s just not true. As much as we love to buy houses that require a full blown renovation, we also buy houses that need little to no work at all. Check out the what we buy page to learn a little more about what we buy, but generally speaking, we buy all types of real estate. Big and small, old and new, pretty and well… un-pretty, and everything in between. Sometimes there’s more to real estate than meets the eye, potential exists in every house we purchase. Whether its a full renovation, a light remodel, or a turn-key rental property we are looking to find opportunities in the market where our hard work and experience can produce a positive outcome for us while simultaneously meeting the needs of the homeowner that’s wanting to sell us their house.
We have purchased properties with the intent of renting them out, we have purchased properties with the intention of building additions and adding square footage, and we’ve purchased properties with the intent of fixing them up and restoring them to their former glory. You may be surprised to see some of the houses we’ve purchased before, and some of the people we’ve purchased houses from. More on that later.