Anti Flipping Rules for FHA Loans In Sacramento

The financial crisis of 2008 and the subsequent meltdown of the housing market has left a huge wake of residual rules and regulations that affect home buyers and sellers nationwide. It is no secret that back then, the governments blatant policies encouraging anyone that could fog a mirror (rather than could afford a mortgage) were … Continued

Who Can Buy My Home With Cash in Sacramento?

All Cash Sales Happen More Often than You Realize When selling a house in any market, cash is almost always king. All sellers would love to imagine receiving a full asking price offer, with all cash, absolutely no contingencies, no inspections, no appraisals and a closing in less than 7 days. What’s not to like? … Continued

Introduction to We Buy Houses Stockton Probate (209)481-7780

Make no mistake about it, while inheriting a house in Stockton may sound like a winning lottery ticket, sometimes the Lottery is Bankrupt. Seriously, sometimes the gift that keeps on giving is a house that won’t stop taking. It is not uncommon and it can be financially draining, affecting all aspect of your family’s financial … Continued

We Buy Houses Without Inspections Stockton (209)481-7780

Buying a House As is is Nothing new… Buying Houses without Inspections however…? When I was young I loved the circus, there was always so much action everywhere. You had the center ring with everything going on, then there were the side shows… there was always something to see. I mention it because selling a … Continued

How to Figure Out What to Fix Before You Sell Your Home

The decision to sell a house in Sacramento, Stockton or Modesto (or anywhere for that matter) is complicated by a number of factors most of which are related to the condition of your house and the amount of deferred maintenance that has accumulated over the years. For some homeowners and their houses it means a … Continued

We Buy Houses With Code Violations in Stockton

It always starts out as something small, usually something very innocuous, a fast food bag or a candy wrapper in the front yard. Then, maybe a cardboard box or  a household item that didn’t quite make it into the trash container. Then a shovel, a broken lawn mower, a car part. It really doesn’t matter. … Continued