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We were falling behind on our mortgage when we contacted House Buyer Network. Not only did they help us sell our property, but it was sold quickly and with real class.

We were able to save our credit and walk away from the closing table with cash in our pockets. What a big relief! Thanks House Buyer Network.

–Timothy and Julie U.

Our Simple 3 Step Process

Fill Out the Form – Process One

Step 1

Fill Out the Form

and we’ll get in touch with you right away, and make an appointment to inspect your home.

 

Cash Offer For Your Home

Step 2

We'll Make an Offer

We’ll meet you at the property and make you a fair cash offer for your home.

 

Offer Choice - Process 3

Step 3

You Accept and We Close

If you like the offer, we’ll close on a date of your choice!

 

Benefits of Working With Us

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Cash Offer

When you fill out the form or call us, we will get you a no-obligation cash offer.

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Close Fast

In most situations we can close within a few weeks or less.

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Easy Process

Our goal at House Buyer Network™ is to make the home-selling experience straight forward and stress free.

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As-Is

Forget about making those costly repairs. We'll buy your home in it's current condition.

  • Mortgage Issues
  • Behind on Taxes
  • Problem Tenants
  • Title Issues
  • Divorce
  • Condemned Property
  • Probate
  • No Equity
  • Expired Listing
  • Pre-foreclosure
  • Bankruptcy
  • Retiring
  • Fire Damage
  • Code Violations
  • Hoarders
  • Downsizing
  • Liquidating assets
  • Disability
  • Title Issues
  • Liens
  • Squatters
  • Inherited
  • Trouble Selling
  • Ugly House
  • Extensive Repairs
  • Job Loss
  • Relocation
  • Medical Bills
  • Legal Bills
  • Judgements

Leaseback

This is a situation similar to the lease option,
but in this case the tenant would not have an option to buy back the property.

The buyer would purchase the home from the home owner for an agreed-upon price,
and then create a lease for the seller to rent back the property.
The purchase arrangement may vary as the seller may purchase the home subject to,
by loan assumption, for cash, or by some other means.

This option is often given to a person who is facing foreclosure but wishes to remain in their home.

Upon expiration of the lease, the agreement could become a lease option,
giving the tenant an opportunity to buy back the home, or the tenant would be able purchase a new home.
This can be a good option for a person trying to save his/her credit.

Example:
John Doe has owned his home for seven years.
However in the past few months, he has had trouble making his mortgage payment
and now the bank has threatened to foreclose.

John’s home is in a good neighborhood with good schools and is located close to his job.
He does not want to move, but also does not want to lose his home and ruin his credit.

He may be able to work out an arrangement for a buyer to take over his payment and allow him to stay in the home by creating a lease.
John could then rent his home from the buyer for a couple of years until he can get a loan for a new home.


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