Q: Why should I work with Fair Share Properties after Inheriting a House in Tacoma Washington
A: Fair Share Properties is a real estate service firm based in Tacoma, Washington. We’ve been involved in hundreds of real estate transactions in Pierce County, King County and Thurston County. Our team members have helped homeowners navigate complex situations, including estate sales, investment sales and foreclosures. We have the expertise to help you sell after a inheriting house in Tacoma Washington and the ability to expedite your sale by virtue of our unique, all-cash, as-is offer approach.
Q: Can you ensure the estate’s privacy?
A: We certainly can. Our team of professionals will go out of their way to make sure that every step of the selling process is kept in the strictest confidence. We understand that Inheriting a home can be a sensitive subject and that you might prefer that friends and neighbors not be aware of the details. We consider ours a people business and we always put the needs of our customers first. We’ll even work directly with the estate’s attorney if you choose to ensure a smooth and discreet transaction.
Q: Can you handle family disputes and property access issues?
A: Most definitely. We understand that family squabbles and property access issues are often an unavoidable part of inheriting a house. Although this kind of issue can be challenging, we will do everything we can to smooth over any issues with the patience and flexibility that sometimes only a third party to the transaction can really have.
Q: What kinds of property does Fair Share Properties deal with?
A: We will purchase any type of property in the Tacoma area, from single-family homes to multi-family dwellings. We can purchase one investment property or an entire portfolio at once. And we will take your property as-is, even if it has been deemed unsalable. No challenge is too great for us!
Q: Why should I be interested in your all-cash, as-is offers?
A: Well, why wouldn’t you be? Our ability to make all-cash, as-is offers only gives you the distinct advantage when you are selling your home. We’re not bound by the intricacies of financing, so we can pay up front, right away. This can be particularly advantageous if you are facing a financial deadline of your own, so that you can get the cash you need, when you need it. And we won’t be put off by homes that might scare other buyers away, because we buy every property as-is, no matter how rough its condition.
Q; How do I know you won’t try to low-ball me?
A: Making an offer that is lower than it should be would be unethical and we pride ourselves in doing right by our customers. At the same time, our as-is purchase policy makes that practice completely unnecessary. We have the expertise to take any property and make the necessary renovations that will allow us to get the most for our money and we can see the potential in a property despite its run down condition. For this reason, we will always make our offers based on that potential so that you are getting a fair amount for your home.
Q: Am I under any obligation once you’ve come to visit my home?
A: Absolutely not. We charge no fees at any time and you are never obligated to accept our offer. While we’ll go out of our way to make you a fair offer, you always have the option of turning us down, no strings attached.
Q: What experience do you have with complex real estate transactions or title problems?
A: Fair Share Properties has been purchasing real estate in the Seattle area for years and we’ve managed almost every kind of seller, title, and property scenario. We have the expertise to handle any form of liens, clouded titles, or contested ownership.
Q: How soon after your visit will you make a written offer?
A: Immediately! Because we are an all cash business, we’ve always got the funds on hand to finance any deal, so we can make an instant offer as soon as we’ve finished the initial visit. If you need an expedited sale, we can get the ball rolling as quickly as possible.
Q: Is it possible for the Estate's attorney to review your documents?
A: Certainly. The Estate’s attorney will have complete access to all proposals for review and approval prior to signing.
Q: What if the Estate isn't ready to sell right away?
A: If you are Inheriting a house in Tacoma Washington. No Problem we are cash buyers and have the funds to close whenever it’s convenient, we can wait until the Estate is ready to sell.