A Home With Fire Damage Is Tough to Sell
From a financial standpoint, when it comes to selling a property damaged by fire, it can almost be easier if the home burns to the ground, believe it or not. If a home is completely destroyed, homeowners insurance will compensate the owner for at least some of the property’s value. But if a fire is confined to a room, several rooms, or if it races through much of the home, leaving it a shell, then it can be prohibitively expensive to restore or rebuild the home.
Flooding & Leaking – A Water Damaged Home is Tough to Sell
Who expects a flood? We’re famous for our weather, but that doesn’t mean we don’t get the kind of weather that makes flooding a reality as well. Just this year an entire neighborhood was flooded in Mesa. A flood can also be caused by any number of plumbing issues. Homeowner insurance policies can get very tricky around the area of water damage. This may mean the kind of home repair bill that many owners simply can’t afford. Any kind of water damage can make a house unmarketable, even if it’s a great home.
We Know How to Assess Your Home – So You Get a Fair Price
When you’re dealing with a home that’s been damaged by a totally unforeseen disaster, it’s an incredibly stressful ordeal. Again, because Fair Property Buyers has construction experts on our team, we have consultants that can come out and look at your property, and help you assess the damage. We can walk you through the various options available to you, and if you decide to sell, we can purchase your home quickly, so you can move on and re-establish your life.
Fair Property Buyers Will Buy Your Fire or Flood Damaged Home – “As-Is!”
If your home is completely ruined, and you either don’t have homeowner’s insurance, or you don’t have enough insurance to cover everything, then selling your home may be the best – or only – option. But you don’t have to deal with repairs or clean-up, because Fair Property Buyers will purchase a flood- or fire-damaged home “as-is.” We will take care of everything for you, because you have enough to deal with. You can have cash-in-hand within days, so you can handle the necessary expenses, and that will make your transition easier.