You can sell your home to an investor, AS IS, if you like. However, you would need to sell it for cheap because investors are in to make a profit. So the question is, are you willing to sell it for cheap?... more
I saw where you posted that you lived at 10233 Betty Jane in Dallas previously....We just moved in to the home...closed back in April. I would love to ask some questions regarding the property...how you had it decorated... so on. I love this home and lot so much I never want to go to work anymore..... more
Ragein in Coconut Creek,
'Does it go back to the person who answered my question?'
At the bottom of the window in which one types answers there is a box with a check mark. This is titled 'Follow this Question."
If the responder removes the check, as I always do, they will be unaware of any additional responses posted including that of the original poster.
To make it even more fun, clicking the 'contact' button or the email links does not guarantee your message will arrive at it's intended destination. I've tried to contact myself and have failed.
If you are serious about making a real estate decision, you need to pick up the phone and call.
No, don't click that link.
No, don't email.
Go old school and call.
After all, this is a serious business involving a significant purchase. Why leave the outcome to the ability of a non-invested organisation to deliver a message? (as simple as that appears to be)
If no documents have been signed, the commitment is merely superficial
Best of success to you.