We make selling your house with asbestos easy

Selling a house with asbestos can be a challenge because asbestos can affect the value of your house. When asbestos is discovered during the sale of your home, it can limit potential buyers and make lenders think twice about financing a sale. Additionally, laws related to toxic substances vary from state to state, so the decisions you will have to make can become complicated and feel overwhelming.

Selling a house under these circumstances brings up many factors to consider, and decisions related to repairs and restoration. If you are in the process of selling, you are required by law to disclose the presence of asbestos to potential buyers so you are not held liable for the cost of the repairs even after the home has sold. This is where many buyers back out of a deal because mold has been discovered.

Fair Property Buyers is unlike a traditional homebuyer – we buy houses for cash, so you don’t have to worry about us backing out of a deal or banks denying a loan due to asbestos damage. We have our own funding strategies specifically geared for your situation, and this makes it easier for us to buy houses in this condition. We have the resources and the expertise to make you a cash offer today and help you get to your closing without you having to fix a thing.

Greg Bilbro

Greg Bilbro is the CEO and co-founder of Fair Property Buyers. After 20 years as a residential Realtor, Greg founded Fair Property Buyers, a nationwide group of real estate professionals committed to helping homeowners sell their problem properties quickly and easily. Fair Property Buyers helps people across the U.S. sell their homes for a fair cash price, without the hassles. Prior to starting Fair Property Buyers, Greg was a Series 7 and 63 securities and registered investment advisor with New York Life and NYLife Securities, where he was named “Rookie of the Year,” and named the youngest Partner in the U.S. Greg is a native of Texas and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of New Mexico. He currently hangs his hat in Scottsdale, Arizona with his sidekick Frenchie, “Bity".

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