Have you seen those signs that say, “We Buy Los Angeles Houses for Cash?” There are companies that buy houses because some homeowners need to sell fast. Coal to Cash Homebuyers, Inc is the premier company in Los Angeles that buys houses for cash.
Coal to Cash Homebuyers, Inc. buys houses at slightly under market value, close in less than 30 days, make necessary repairs, and sell the property for a profit. We explain how we calculate the profit we need on our investment and then make an offer for your home.
We know your neighborhood and the comparable house prices. We purposely examine your house, note any deficiencies, figure out what it would cost us to fix those items, and at what price we could sell the refurbished house.
We note that the house may need some work such as a garage instead of a carport and a kitchen that needs updating. We explain that today’s buyers want granite counters, double sinks, dishwasher, stainless appliances, modern lighting, and modern cabinets. You may not have the money to make those changes to compete with other sellers.
We will tell you, with us, you don’t have to adjust the sale price for the cost of the repairs pointed out by an inspector. We point out that there are no realtor commissions of five to six percent to pay out of your proceeds. In fact, there are no fees whatsoever. There are no open houses to live through and no fears that something goes wrong when it’s time to close.
You want a clean sale. You want a fair offer, and you want to know how we arrived at our proposal. Then you want to sell your Los Angeles home for cash quickly, so you can pursue your new lifestyle.
We buy as-is. An investor will estimate the repairs needed to restore your property, arrive at an offer, and will purchase the property as-is.
When we buy houses fast, there are no fees! We don’t charge you a real estate commission, and we may take care of any other nagging financial problems such as back taxes, code violations, or past due water and sewer bills.
Paige also helps to educate people on the importance of Passive Income, deal evaluation, money management, how to wisely interact with money, and what the heck does a profit and loss and balance sheet actually look like?