Frequently Asked Questions
We are real estate investors. We invest time and money to renovate houses and make money once the house is back on the market. After answering your questions and evaluating the condition of your house, our company will make a fair, no-obligation cash offer that is based on the expected market value of your house after a full renovation, discounting the renovation time and costs.
While we buy at a discount, selling to TU CASA provides a number of benefits to the seller. These include the following:
There’s no need to deal with realtors or realtor commissions.
We cover normal closing costs.
We pay cash — so there are never delays from banks, and deals don’t fall through because of financing.
We buy “as is,” so you don’t have to worry about repairs or cleanup.
We close on your schedule when you’re ready.
If you’re in a rush, we can close in as little as three weeks, so you can move on.
Everyone from all walks of life sells to us, but they all share one thing in common: They want to sell a house quickly, to a trusted home buyer who can make a cash offer and close escrow on their schedule.
Here are just some of the reasons people sell to us:
Need to sell an inherited property quickly.
Want to unload a rental property with problem renters.
Relocating or job transfer.
Going through a divorce.
Falling behind on mortgage payments and facing possible foreclosure.
Not wanting to deal with structural or repair issues.
Simply moving, but not wanting to mess with repairs, painting, or cleaning.
We can help regardless of the situation. Give us a call if you have any additional questions!
We are willing to buy houses that are either in poor condition or, for one reason or another, might not be attractive to all buyers. This includes some of the following reasons:
Houses with serious structural issues such as foundation, roof, plumbing, or electrical problems.
Houses located in less than desirable or high-crime neighborhoods.
Houses that are located in flood plains or in areas prone to the effects of weather.
Houses with high-interest rates or undesirable mortgage financing.
Houses with payments or balances that are too high for the owner to handle.
Houses that have bad memories for the homeowner, such as a death, divorce, or tragedy.
Houses that no longer serve the needs of the homeowner
Contact us today if you have additional questions!