Are you tired of evictions, renters & being a landlord & now motivated to sell your Minnesota home?

Have you been a landlord for years and starting to get burnt out from chasing rents, property damage, putting out for rent signs, showing the property and the mess that they leave behind? Have you been close to evicting or done enough evictions to keep you stressed out with the landlord business? Is it just not worth it anymore, the risk, the expenses, the time away from your family, the 3 am phone calls, repairing the home yourself, are you...

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Are you motivated to sell your Minnesota house with seller financing terms?

If you’ve started to run out of options on selling your Minnesota home, or making your mortgage payments, you may find that seller financing is a good final option. There are investors in Minnesota who either have bad credit, not a lot of money upfront, or own a lot of homes as seen on their credit report. The challenge these investors have is that they can’t easily buy a home in a conversion tonal way unless they have all cash,...

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Are you motivated to downsize from your Minnesota home?

Are you motivated to move into a smaller place? There are many life situations that get you to this point from having too big of a home to manage. Accumulating too much stuff. You may be ready to move into a group home, assisted living or a nursing home. You may be an empty nester. The truth is it’s not worth paying for the extra space every single month if you aren’t going to use it. If you don’t want...

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Are you behind on property taxes and motivated to sell your Minnesota home?

If you don’t pay your property taxes for a long time, about 3-5 years depending on the county, then your house or property will go through the tax forfeiture process right here in Minnesota. The tax forfeiture process will send you a letter which says “notice of expiration of redemption rights.” A notice of expiration of redemption rights right here in Minnesota is a letter from the county where your house is located saying that you have fallen behind on...

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Are you an out-of-state Minnesota homeowner and motivated to sell?

Is your house vacant and you now live thousands of miles away? This can be frustrating maybe your house didn’t sell, your job relocated you or a renter trashed your property. When you live many states away and thousands of miles away it’s hard to be able to check up on your property for break-ins, property damage, hail damage, or other things that keep you up at night. Once you live in another state your rental property or a vacant...

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Are you tired of evictions, renters & being a landlord & now motivated to sell your Minnesota home?

Posted by on Aug 22, 2019 in Motivated seller

Have you been a landlord for years and starting to get burnt out from chasing rents, property damage, putting out for rent signs, showing the property and the mess that they leave behind?

Have you been close to evicting or done enough evictions to keep you stressed out with the landlord business?

Is it just not worth it anymore, the risk, the expenses, the time away from your family, the 3 am phone calls, repairing the home yourself, are you …

Read More »

Are you motivated to sell your Minnesota house with seller financing terms?

Posted by on Aug 22, 2019 in Motivated seller

If you’ve started to run out of options on selling your Minnesota home, or making your mortgage payments, you may find that seller financing is a good final option.

There are investors in Minnesota who either have bad credit, not a lot of money upfront, or own a lot of homes as seen on their credit report.

The challenge these investors have is that they can’t easily buy a home in a conversion tonal way unless they have all cash, …

Read More »

Are you motivated to downsize from your Minnesota home?

Posted by on Aug 21, 2019 in Motivated seller

Are you motivated to move into a smaller place?

There are many life situations that get you to this point from having too big of a home to manage.

Accumulating too much stuff. You may be ready to move into a group home, assisted living or a nursing home. You may be an empty nester.

The truth is it’s not worth paying for the extra space every single month if you aren’t going to use it.

If you don’t want …

Read More »