Its a scam. You can tell its a scam by seeing how many of they operate website where they print phony "reviews" of themselves by supposed customers. Logically, you know that whatever they offer you is so low that it HAS to be a scam. What you'll find out is that the initial offer never holds up - they find ways to beat you down even further. And you should have know that anyone can find a buy to give their house to in 24 hours - you don't need a scammer for that. But its even worse than that...
Three years ago I contacted Express Homebuyers and got an absurdly low quote for my home. That was not unexpected, but I gave it a shot to see what the bare-bones minimum might be. It is now three years later, the home was sold long ago for twice what they had offered, and THEY ARE STILL SPAMMING AND CALLING ME ON MY CELL PHONE to ask if I have a house to sell them. I suppose I should have known that a sleazy outfit like this would keep after anyone they considered a potential sucker. MY MISTAKE. Don't make it yours. My review is prompted by yet another telemarketing call today - they just won't quit, even though I moved far away from them..... more
Hi there! When I was selling my condominium in Markham, I hired the lawyer from https://gklaw.ca/markham-real-estate-lawyer-services/ . Selling a condo turned out to be complicated and have some legal ramifications. I do recommend you to hire a lawyer to avoid risks.... more
As a seller, if a buyer's agent doesn't leave feedback, I contact their managing agent to complain. As a seller, it's a great pain to maintain and keep house in impeccable shape to show. Cut us some slack here.... more
If you are a licensed real estate agent, you can create an agent account and post all of your listings directly to Trulia. If you a homeowner wanting to place your FSBO listing on Trulia, you cannot. Try Zillow instead as they accept FSBO posts.... more