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
We know how big a decision buying and selling a house can be, and we pride ourselves on being able to offer creative solutions for people when they have a query "sell my house fast Sacramento". For example, we’ve worked with Boston homeowners who needed to sell house Sacramento fast for cash due to reasons like job relocation, repairs you don't want to pay for, unwanted or inherited properties, and financial distress (including having trouble making house payments or facing job loss or divorce).
Benefits of Working With House Buyer Network
When you fill out the form or call us, we will get you a no-obligation cash offer.
In most situations we can close within a few weeks or less.
Our goal at House Buyer Network™ is to make the home-selling experience straight forward and stress free.
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
- Condemned Property
- No Equity
- Expired Listing
- Fire Damage
- Code Violations
- Liquidating assets
- Title Issues
- Trouble Selling
- Ugly House
- Extensive Repairs
- Job Loss
- Medical Bills
- Legal Bills
The opposite of equitable redemption, this is a person’s right to reclaim his/her property after the home has been sold at auction.
If the home has been sold at auction, the person may repurchase the home from the buyer if he/she
can payback the full selling price from the auction as well as all legal fees associated with the process.
Statutory redemption does not exist in every state.
However, when a person is able to reclaim their property through statutory redemption, the previous buyer
from the auction has no recourse and cannot prevent the person from redeeming his property.
Mary Pepperidge was recently foreclosed on. Her home sold at auction for $125,000 to
Marcus Moneybags. If she is to redeem her property, the legal fees may cost $2,800.
Mary wishes to exercise her right of statutory redemption to save her property.
Six months after the home has sold at auction, Mary has come up with the $125,000
sales price and the $2,800 for legal fees. Mary Jane has the right to buy the property
back from Marcus for $127,800, and Marcus would have no right to stop the action,
even though he has been living there for six months.