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WARNING! Some "House-Buying" Tactics May NOT Be For You!
PROTECT YOURSELF - USE THE QUESTIONS
BELOW TO SCREEN THE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO
BUY YOUR HOUSE.
Again, some of these approaches may work for some home owners. It's likely that
there are ethical
people who use some of the approaches below.
However, we do NOT use these approaches
nor do we promote them.
We feel that they are potentially far more risky for the home owner.
we sell the homes in which we live, we will want to sell them in the traditional manner - probably
the way you,
your friends and relatives, purchased their homes in the first place!
First, a quick review...
1. Even though some may tell you they buy houses - they will not buy in the traditional manner because they can't. They do not
have the cash to buy and are not even a pre-approved for a mortgage. They must use some scheme to take control of your
buy it in a non-traditional ("creative") manner.
taking over payments, land leases, buying "subject-to", taking your deed, giving you some money now and more money
after they re-sell the house, are just some examples of these "creative", non-traditional methods. There are many more.
2. If you ask them to prove in writing that they do, PERSONALLY have the cash (by showing you valid and current bank statements
showing the cash in their name) or a written pre-approval letter from a bank, they will typically not be able to and offer
answer (such as - they have other investors who give them the money, etc.).
Some are for the most part, not formally trained and are inexperienced - getting most if not all of their "training" from TV
estate "gurus", get-rich-in-real-estate seminars and "boot camps", etc.
4. Some may say they will buy any house, buy houses without any equity and pay the highest full retail prices for houses.
Here Are Some Other Tactics Of Which You May Wish To Be Aware...
Some will offer to
stop your foreclosure (if foreclosure is your particular problem) and even let you continue to live in
house! Who would turn this down, right? They say they can do this by:
- Asking you to sign the house over to them, putting
their name on the deed
- Giving you a small amount of cash up front & "buying" your house & leasing it back to you
- Leasing your
house and "promising" to make the monthly payments, then selling your house in two years, and promising to give you the profit then
- Charging you a cash fee, paying a new, increased monthly fee to them while they say they will stop your foreclosure and make your
- Encouraging you to file bankruptcy; or use some other "creative" / non-traditional approach which will not sound or feel
familiar to you.
BE CAREFUL! These pitches that sound almost too good to be true, may NOT be for you!
under certain circumstances there may be benefits, NONE of these approaches would appear to GUARANTEE
a happy ending (even
though they may sound like they do) and ALL involve varying degrees of risk (at least from the fact
that in some if not
many cases, you are signing over control of your property to another person):
- In some cases you'll be asked to pay very high fees up
front, or make high monthly payments with interest rates even higher than your current loan. You may only just end up delaying the
foreclosure - wind up dealing with it again at a later date, and having to face it with less cash in your pocket - because you
paid your valuable cash in fees to the person who was "helping you". So you end up losing BOTH your house AND the extra
cash you paid to the person or company that was going to save your home and help you.
- If you gave the deed to your house to this person,
you may still be responsible for making the payments!
- Filing bankruptcy may seem like the easiest and fastest way to stop the auction.
It may be. BUT - bankruptcy can have its possible drawbacks as well. It is clearly a negative mark on the credit record which
lasts for years. And, if a foreclosure can be stopped WITHOUT having to file bankruptcy, why not consider that option first?
Don't be pressured into filing bankruptcy. We are not attorneys. This is not legal advice. However, as we all know,
no matter how good something sounds, nothing is perfect - almost everything has both pros and cons.
REMEMBER THIS - The Schemers and Scammers will tell you what they think you want to hear. Your job is to sift through
the bull and get at the truth. And - if they are willing to tell you anything you want to hear - and it
all sounds good -
shouldn't you be somewhat careful???
these approaches appeal to some people is because they seem to buy more time - allowing the homeowner
on in the house, stopping the foreclosure auction, etc. BUT.....
Look down the road and evaluate
your situation - FIRST, BEFORE you sign anything. Be realistic. If there isn't a real, solid
that your financial situation will get better within the time that you have "bought" using these methods, then you may have
simply delayed the inevitable, spent more of your limited funds or obligated yourself to additional payments. Size
up what you think
your income and expenses will REALLY be - then decide if these approaches which
are being sold to you, are in YOUR best interests.
There Are Others Whom We Encountered - People Who Try To Buy
Houses - Who Actually Copied
And Used Our Work - Without Our Permission
Some may be so inexperienced,
unskilled or unethical that they must copy or mimic the work of others.
They watch our websites
and ads and copy us - in our opinion, in part, because they lack the ability to be creative on their own (and
know who they are, as they read this page...). To the best of our knowledge, in our primary market area for example:
wrote a strong newspaper ad, someone copied it (almost word for word) and by the way, he was caught and stopped dead in his tracks!
were the FIRST of our kind to be on a specific regional home sale website, then we were followed by at least 6 other companies.
were the FIRST of our kind in our area to be members of the On-Line Better Business Bureau and the FIRST to be local BBB members,
in using this on our ads and websites, then we were, once again, followed by other local companies who started using the BBB
- We are honest and ethical and described ourselves as such in local ads - once again, a "newbie" to this business mimicked
- We were one of the first (if not "the" first) in our area with our own, well-presented website. "Others" either had no website
or one of poor quality. After they saw our website, they either came up with one or made their low-level website better,
again following our lead, unable to generate the ideas on their own.
- We found companies who copied our phrases and content
from our website. We pursued them immediately and stopped them.
It's unfortunate. It's unprofessional.
It's a shame. Obviously, what we do is appreciated not only by our Customers, but also by our
Again, THIS IS JUST ANOTHER SYMPTOM OF POTENTIAL PROBLEMS IF YOU WORK WITH THE WRONG PEOPLE:
People who mimic
the ideas of others are likely just as incapable of solving your very important cash and real estate issues.
real estate transactions and assisting people with their problems requires, in our opinion, a meaningful level of intelligence,
creativity, financial skills and solid ethics - a real sense of right and wrong.
The people who attempt to copy our phrases and other
aspects of our approach (how and where we advertise, how we structure our literature and website, etc.) are simply proving to
us and everyone else that they are lacking in some very important areas - ethics, creativity and even a basic sense of right and wrong.
You can see the copyright symbol on our work. Our work is actually registered with the United States Library of Congress
we work closely with our Attorneys to maintain our strategies.
The bottom line is that these people who copy the hard work of
others, are in our opinion, thieves - and cannot be trusted. Why work with someone with this clear lack of values when
you are considering something as important as selling your home?
Do Your Homework & Get The Facts:
When you are approached by someone who wants to buy your home from a knock on your door, a
post card, letter
or phone call, or when you are tempted to call the phone number in the "real estate
wanted" section of your
local newspaper, on a sign you see nailed to a tree or telephone pole, don't be
afraid to ask direct questions!
Make SURE You Screen Them With These IMPORTANT Questions: (PRINT OUT THIS PAGE AND USE IT!)
First, review his ads, postcards, listen to his sales pitches closely, etc. - and look for clues. Does he "offer to take over
payments"? Or does he say he'll "buy any property in any condition
or location and at any price"? All of these statements may
be CLUES as
to his REAL ability to buy - and whether or not he ACTUALLY has the CASH - IN HIS POSSESSION. He may in
fact simply be preparing you for some scheme that SOUNDS like the real deal but is NOT. So...If his ad says or even
that he 'buys houses", ask: Will you personally take title and
actually close on the purchase of my home? If not, how do you define
2. If you do "buy" my house, will it be the traditional sale that I desire, where
we go to a closing in a reasonable period, say 30 days,
at a Title company and
I get a check in full for the purchase price to which we agreed, with no further obligation on my part to either
the property, the mortgage or you? If not, why not??? You led me to believe that you can "buy" my house!
3. Do you personally have the cash immediately available, in your personal accounts, to do an all cash purchase? If yes,
show me current bank statements, in your name, that would be used to buy.
4. If you do not actually have the cash to buy, why not? Ask this question ESPECIALLY if his ad uses the word
5. Do you "represent" other investors who supposedly do have the cash, if you don't?
Who are they? Please give me their names,
contact information so that I
may contact them directly and determine if they are in fact capable of buying as you say. How can I
be assured that they have the cash? How can I be assured that they will fund the transaction?
6. Will you be borrowing the money? If you are borrowing the money, can you guarantee me the sale will close? Are you
-approved for a loan and for how much? If so, provide it in writing from your
bank. If you are not pre-approved, why? Which banks
have you applied to and
which rejected you - and why???
7. Do you expect me as the Seller to participate in any way in the finance
or sale of this house? If so, why? Why can't this just be a
simple, traditional &
clean transaction where I sell my house & I get paid in full?
8. Describe your experience. How long
have you been in real estate? How many actual purchases of homes have you done in the last
two years? What proof can you offer?
9. Describe the sources and extent of your formal education
10. How many houses have you bought where you actually wrote a check for the purchase price?
11. Describe some other aspects of your background and track record. For example:
A. Have you ever filed bankruptcy? When and why?
B. Have you ever been arrested
or incarcerated? If so, for what charges?
C. Have you ever had a dissatisfied
Customer take some action against you, including filing a lien against you? Details please.
D. Have you ever been sued by a Customer? Please provide the details.
you are licensed, have you ever had your license revoked or suspended? Under what circumstances?
12. What proof
can you offer me that should cause me to trust you?
13. Do you mind if I speak with other investors before
I sign with you? If you mind, why?
14. Will you put the answers that you just gave me to these questions
in writing and sign it? If not why not? If you just told
me the complete truth
then you should have nothing to worry about. Right?
AND - IF YOU FEEL PRESSURED OR THREATENED
IN ANY WAY - ASK YOURSELF IF SIGNING WITH THIS PERSON IS
REALLY THE RIGHT THING TO DO - BEFORE YOU SIGN!
* Ask anything else that will enable you to better ensure that you are dealing with the right person - that person who will be able
successfully close, at the right price and meet your needs.
*** AND - try
your best to CHECK UP ON THEM AND VERIFY what they are telling you.
4 VERY Important Points! Please
A. Keep in mind that some of those people who are out to deceive you will be preparing their
answers from these
questions. Make sure you spot them for who they are and dismiss them!
B. Yes, we know some of these questions are tough questions to ask. But believe it or not, there may be some people out
there who have, by their track records, demonstrated that they cannot be trusted or are not strong at managing
important financial transactions. Shouldn't you know about these issues BEFORE you trust the sale of your home to
C. Even though you may be looked straight in the eye, you may not
be given the truth. Some people out there are very
slick and excellent at telling
people just what they want to hear.
Listen closely to the answers you get. Even though
you get what sound like the right answers, test them for the truth
and KEEP TESTING - until
you are satisfied.
D. And last but not least, make sure you make comparisons - especially to us and
our background and approach. PLEASE
Read at least the "About Us", "Compare"
and "Our Founder" sections of our website.
The information above and throughout our website
and literature, is our opinion, not our advice.
Others who buy houses will have their opinion as well
and may try to disagree or tell you our opinions here are wrong. No problem.
cases, some others may slam our opinions simply out of the fear that they won't get your business.
Our comments may apply to some and not others. We are not commenting on any particular
company or person, or on any one that
uses any particular sales slogan or sales pitch. Yes,
there are legitimate people out there who use some of the commonly seen sales
pitches and slogans.
is the case with every field or occupation, there will be people who are great performers, mediocre performers and poor performers.
To succeed, it is our belief that you should try your best to sift through the fluff and sales pitches and get to the real reasons
should or should not work with someone, our Company included. Compare your options and make the best
decisions you can.
AND ALWAYS consider seeking the guidance of a qualified attorney prior to signing
A Few More Real-Life Horror Stories And Comments From People In Need Who Encountered Those
Who Would Supposedly "Help" Them By "Buying" Their House:
(THIS COULD BE YOU IF YOU'RE NOT CAREFUL!)
"Yes, I was very misled by *************.org. We even got as far as a contract. When I took it to my attorney for review I found out
was a scam. I was paying them $242,000 to close the deal and my name was still going to be on the mortgage while
they profited from
it!" VE, TN
"(They were) misleading and not very helpful." AH, MO
"Yes (they were) a scam. What a joke." RB, FL
"...Was very uncomfortable with (them). Did not seem legit." KH, FL
She knew she had no equity in her home, yet the "investor" still wanted to "buy it" She knew there was something wrong.
"I heard that before" she said laughingly..."I would never work with them. We can't be on the hook for the morttgage". MR,
Some impressive-looking "buy houses" websites that hype natioanal coverage and make loads of promises don't
mean the deal will go through as one expects or as promised.
This person put his house under contract with a franchisee of a national "home buying" comany, advertising on the Web.
Despite his promises, he broke the deal. "...He told me he could not get financing for it. Why have a XXXXX franchise if you
access to capital? Doesn't make sense to me...I filed a complaint with the Attorney General's Office and
the XXXX the Dealaware Real
Estate Commission..." BW, DE
"...It was a scam. It was 1-800-XXXXXXX"
Auction anyone? Another possible approach to take control of your property used by some who may
have no desire or real
money to buy. Regarding a New Hampshiire home owner's experience: "...He said
let me do some research and I'll call you
back tomorrow. He never called me back...He was pushing and
pushing for auction. It was like ummm, you're not giving me any
options - you just decided what route I
should take and that's it..." SM, NH
"We had a purchase agreement with an investor. Then he decided that
his profit wouldn't be big enough AND he couldn't get the
financing." JJ, FL
"In foreclosure and scared...been approached by weird people and scam foreclosure prevention. He took my money and never got
back to me..." B, MN
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In all areas we may provide assistance and help to those people seeking support in the quick buying and selling of real estate (houses, mobile homes, land, single family, multi family, duplex, condos, condexes, townhouses, commercial / retail strip malls, etc.) as it relates to bankruptcy (Chapter 7 and Chapter 13); foreclosure (stopping and avoiding foreclosure); divorce; relocating and relocation; estates; probate; inheritance of real estate; landlording, income, rental, or investment property; illness and death; getting cash quickly or assisting with badly needed cash due to layoffs; avoiding the payment of real estate commissions, etc.: Allenstown, Amherst, Atkinson, Antrim, Ashland, Auburn, Barnstead, Bedford, Boscawen, Bow, Brentwood, Chester, Chichester, Candia, Canterbury, Concord, Contoocook, Danville, Deerfield, Deering, Derry, Dover, Durham, Epping, Epsom, Exeter, Francestown, Franklin, Fremont, Gilmanton, Gilford, Goffstown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hampstead, Hampton, Hollis, Hopkinton, Hudson, Hooksett, Jaffrey, Kingston, Laconia, Lee, Litchfield, Londonderry, Loudon, Lyndeborough, Manchester, Meredith, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New Boston, New London, New Ipswich, Newton, Newfields, Northfield, Northwood, Nottingham, Pelham, Pembroke, Penacook, Peterborough, Pittsfield, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Rindge, Salem, Sandown, Somersworth, Stratham, Suncook, Tilton, Weare, Webster, Wilton, Windham, Wolfeboro AND MORE in New Hampshire. In Massachusetts we serve Lawrence, Lowell, Methuen, Haverhill, AND MORE. Depending upon availability, we may also be able to refer you to another investor in Rhode Island, Connecticut, California, Virginia, Texas, Michigan among other states; and in Massachusetts, Worcester, Fitchburg, Leominster, Gardner, Westminster, Auburn, Shrewsbury, Shirley, Northborough, Acton and neighboring towns.
The Bottom Line: We helped many people.
We may be the answer to your needs. We won't know
until we discuss your situation and desires.
Let's talk. Start by sending an email to us. Go to our "Contact Us" page
Please Read On....
If We Agree To Own Your Home, We Will Buy It
In The TRADITIONAL Manner.
We Will Use OUR OWN CASH.
NO Schemes. NO Scams. NO "Creative" Approaches.
First, A Few Compliments On Our Work…
"You didn't play any games, you didn't mislead
us - you did exactly as you said you would. You took the worry away." B&K R,MA
"...I really enjoyed your website. I'll
use your questionnaire to screen people..." CC, AZ
“Thank you so much! I wish we could work directly – you were very forthright
and informative. Thanks again.” JJ, FL
Second – A Few More Examples Why You MUST Guard Against
Get-Rich-Quick TV "no Money Down" We Buy Houses real Estate Infomercials. Other People Will Try To Get Rich
While They Put The Home Owner At GREAT RISK. Why? Because the person trying to "buy" your home using these techniques does NOT
USE ANY OF HIS OWN MONEY.
Here's a quote from someone who buys with no money down:
"We didn't have any money or credit. No one would help. So I bought his course and within 2 weeks I bought a property with no money down."
And from the
person selling his course:
"My course shows you how to invest in real estate without any money. Not one dime....You just
His Attorney Said "DON'T DO IT!"...
"...One was kind of seedy...Said
sign over my deed, wait until he gets refinanced, then he can payoff my loan and give me some cash. My attorney advised
me not to do it..." SR, MA
"But I won't do that!"
"...Someone else wanted to buy
my house. He said "for cash"! He had no money. He just wanted my deed...But I won't do that!". TL, FL
" I Had One Investor Who Wanted To Exchange My House For One That Wasn't Even Theirs!"
"...I need to sell
my home. I have talked to several people who claim to buy houses, but they just want to do deed swaps or keep the house (read,
keep the mortgage) in my name and "make the payments", (both of which I'm not interested in)..." LL, KY
Sounded Like They Were Reading From Their Get-Rich-Quick Course Script...
"...I got the impression that these people had the
***** course (name omitted) open on the desk in front of them while they were talking...I really got my intelligence insulted..." TN, NH
"...One guy called me the other night...He was talking a mile a
minute. He wanted my deed... I think I would rather lose my house to foreclosure than deal with someone like that..." DA, MA
About A Florida "Investor"
"It was a scam. Wanted our deed." M, FL
This Home Owner Wanted a LEGITIMATE Investor…
“I ran into them (we buy houses types). The guy kept bugging me. I told him
I’m not comfortable giving you my deed. And then he said he’d take it “subject to”. I said “no way. I am looking for someone
legitimate!”” SA, KS
Sign Over The House – But Can’t Buy It
(buy houses people) tried to get me to sign over my house so they could attempt a short sale…” NV, VA
"...We're in dire need of help...I've been to other folks and companies...They were scams. They've taken our money and
run!" SM, TX