Thanks! So, What’s Next?
Thanks for telling us a bit about your house!
Once we get the email we’ll dive into it, and we’ll give you a call within 24 hours so we can get any final bits of information on the house we need so we can make you a FAIR ALL-CASH OFFER this week.
With that said, here’s our phone number: (910) 632-0516
Feel free to call us anytime if you have any questions. And, make sure you have your phone near you in the next 24 hours because we’ll be ringing you to get a few more details so we can make you a fair offer asap.
– Smith Liquidations
Have questions? Great. We’re glad you do!
Here are a few answers to common ones:
Who Are We?
Our company is a real estate investment firm, and we focus on helping homeowners who need to sell their homes fast do that. With no hassle.
What Does It Cost To Work With Us?
Nothing. There are no fees or commissions. We don’t list your home… we’re looking to actually buy your home ourselves. Plus, we even pay for all of the closing costs and other costs associated with the sale. Can’t beat that right? 🙂
How Does The Process Work?
First, we’ll give you a call to get a few more details about your house. Just basic stuff, nothing fancy or complicated. Just enough info for us to know what we’re dealing with so we can make you a fair and fast all-cash offer.
Next, if you’re ready to have us buy your house based on our offer, we’ll get the paperwork going with a local trusted, neutral title company so you can trust that there isn’t any funny business going on (no “kitchen table closings” here).
Last, (usually within a week, if you need it that fast) you’ll have the cash in your hand so you can move on… and we’ll take the burdensome house off your hands.
What If The House Is In Really Bad Shape? Will You Still Buy It?
We buy houses in any condition or shape. You’d be amazed at some of the houses we’ve bought before. Why do we buy even rundown houses? Simple, most ugly houses just need a little TLC, and then they’re pretty houses that someone would love to live in once again. We pay for all renovations and repairs after we buy the house — so you don’t have to worry about any of that.