This is one of the toughest situations that you can find yourself in. You need a considerable amount of money and you have a property that you can sell, but you have it rented out. What you would need to do is work out a deal with your tenant and then try and sell the property. Nine times out of ten these situations have some sort of controversy involved. On one hand, as a tenant, you have a contract that you were hoping you could probably see through. Yet, as the owner of the home, you should be able to sell your property if you need the money. We can help with that.
Walking You Through What Could Happen
Let’s just be clear from the get-go. Unless you take on the challenge of letting go of your tenant virtually no one is going to make you an offer on the house. A lot of times people want to get rid of the property precisely because they just don’t want to deal with the different in’s and out’s that you have to deal with in renting it out. What could happen is that your tenant refuses to leave. What could follow is a court case that is going to cost more than what you are going to get out of it. That is where we come in!
Legal Advice All The Way Through The Process
There are different deals that we can make in these cases. The solution that most people are going to want is, us buying the home from them and just relieving them of all the different troubles that they could have. Believe us, there is nothing that we would want more than to get a deal done quickly and getting to work on the different details that we are going to need to fix. That is not always going to be possible, but we will be 100% honest with you throughout the whole situation.
What Is Best For You?
This is something that we tell our clients and potential clients a lot. At times you may end up with an offer that is not ideal. That is because we are going to be taking on legal battles and all those situations that you would have to face if you were still the owner of the property. At times it is just best that you keep that time and peace of mind that you would have to invest in handling the situation and walk away with a big check in your hands.
Does The Approval Take Long?
Right off the bat, we can tell you that, it does not necessarily need to take long before we can make you a formal offer. Of course, we may need to look over the pending legal situations thoroughly. Remember though that we are professionals of this business so there are very few things out there that are going to catch us off guard or scare us off. Check out our next post of relocation and foreclosure