Has Your Rental Property Become A Nightmare? Want the Cash Flow Without the Headache?
If you’ve rented your property out to tenants, you may have been lucky enough to be unaffected by the economy. However, rising unemployment, job losses and income cuts are now so wide spread that even good tenants are forced to fall behind on their rent.
Maybe you have been nice enough to try and work it out with your tenants and just given them extra time to come up with missed payments, instead of just filing for an eviction. Let’s face it – some tenants just take advantage of your good nature.
Or you may be victim of “professional squatters” who tricked you into letting them into the property and just aren’t paying. – We’ve heard that can even happen with “family members” who abuse your goodwill and go for a free ride.
We are the solution to your tenant problems. If you’ve decided that enough is enough and now you are looking to sell the property, don’t worry about the tenants. In most cases, we can buy your property with the tenants still in the house, and deal with any problems after the closing. You may also be interested in our owner finance option where we give you a down payment for the property and make payments to you as the lender without having to worry about the land lording duties. Save your money and save your health!
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