When you first became a homeowner, you may have been very excited. You now own a property that you can call yours! However, as soon as you got settled in, you quickly realized how much minor to major household repairs there exist. If you do not keep up with the repairs, slowly but surely you will end up having a damaged house. Sometimes there is so much to do that you might have to create a home repair checklist. If you are really organized, you could create a home maintenance schedule.
Owning a home is like owning a car, you must make sure you keep up with the maintenance for it to run smoothly. From winterizing your home to prepare for New England winters, to contacting local contractors for electrical shortages or leaky faucets, you are one month away from another household repair project. Having to take care of so many household repairs can become a big headache. Plus, there might be instances where a homeowner would need to contact their homeowner’s insurance company to see whether they will cover the cost of major repairs, such as fire and water damage.
Selling a Damaged House
If you are a homeowner, who no longer wants to continue the responsibility of homeownership or just someone who lives in a damaged house that constantly needs fixing, please give us a call. We buy houses that require minor to major repairs from homeowners who struggle to maintain their properties. We will schedule a visit to assess the level of work that needs to be done to your home. With this information, we can come up with a reasonable cash offer to present to you for the purchase of your damaged house. Contact us when you are ready to get rid of your damaged house, so that you can stop thinking about everything that is wrong with it.