Sell Your Fire Damaged Home Without Getting Burned.
You Have Options. We Buy Fire Damaged Homes.
When you need to sell a home that has fire damage, contact Laurel Buys Houses. We have years of experience when it comes to repair, and clean up of fire damaged properties in Northern California. When you work with us, we handle the whole process without any additional cost to you and your family. Let us take the stress out of selling your home after a devastating fire. Contact us at 916-476-2381 today or fill out the short form on this page to begin your process towards a fast no obligation cash offer!
Who Should I sell To?
Selling your fire-damaged home may not be easy on the regular property retail market. Conventional customers will not be interested in such properties. Many MLS buyers depend on loans, and mortgage companies are not willing to lend because of “habitability” guidelines.
You need a professional home buyer who is willing and ready to pay cash on a “as-is” basis. Cash buyers, frequently real estate investors, can close the sale quickly as they have ready resources.
Advantages Of A Cash Home Buyer
When selling your fire-damaged home to a professional cash buyer, some of the advantages include bypassing getting realtor and paying for closing costs associated with a traditional property sale. This means that whatever the buyer offers for your home is yours without any deductions; you keep the total amount!
The selling process is also much faster compared to dealing with a traditional realtor. Perhaps the best thing is that you are selling the house “as-is” without having to carry out any deep cleaning or repairs to prepare the home for sale.
Selling Vs. Restoring Fire Damaged Homes
We will never tell you if restoring or selling your house after fire a fire is a better choice. Every scenario is different, and we always respect the client’s decision to restore fire damaged homes instead of selling them “as-is”.
Most of the time, clients put their fire damaged homes for sale because of:
- Health Concerns
- Time Constraints
- General Expenses
- Low-Value Lots
- Insurance Settlement
- Emotional Distress
- Tough Market
- A Clean Slate