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James A. & 72nd Place in Scottsdale

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Address

2250 N. 72nd Place, Scottsdale, AZ 85257
3Bedroom + Den / 1.75 Bath / Carport / Pool

The Situation

James A. had a mother who was in her 80’s, and had recently been moved from the family home he had grown up in, to a senior care facility. His mother had lived in the home for more than 40 years, and while she was still the owner of the home, it had been placed in a family trust, and James had been granted power of attorney. The family decided that it was time to sell the home, as his mother now suffered from dementia, and was no longer able to care for herself.

The Problem

The home had been poorly maintained, and important repairs had not been made due to his mother’s advancing age, which James had not been made aware of. The pool and all it’s equipment had fallen into complete disrepair and needed to be replaced, and both yards were all but ruined. In addition, the home was still filled with his mother’s possessions. What was even more difficult, however, was that the property behind the home had been developed in recent years, and the home’s backyard fence was now shared with a spa and a plastic surgery practice, along with their fair-sized parking lots. With the home now backing onto two clearly visible commercial buildings, and all the attendant traffic, it made the house extremely difficult to market, even if it had been in excellent condition.

What Fair Property Buyers Did

James’ didn’t have the time or money to bring the house back to a marketable condition, and because of his mother, he was under time constraints to move as quickly as possible. He contacted us, and the next afternoon we met him at his mother’s home, and walked through the house and assessed the property. We were able to make a full cash offer to James that same afternoon, with no conditions, no inspection, and no appraisal.

The End Result

We also offered to handle the title work and pay all the closing costs, and James accepted our proposal immediately. When he asked how long he had to move and dispose of the furnishings in the home that none of the family wanted, we told him we would take care of it. James only needed to have one more 10-minute meeting with us, just to sign the papers, and he had the money-in-hand 10 days later. Fair Property Buyers will buy any property, in any condition, and we will handle whatever needs to be done, even if a property has been placed in a trust or has title issues. When a situation involves an aging parent or relative, we know how difficult that can be, and we strive to help make the transition as smooth and stress-free as possible. Our clients never have to worry about moving, cleaning, repairing, or doing a single thing to sell their property because – when we say – “we will buy your property no matter what condition it’s in” – we really mean it.

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