We just purchased a property with a foundation issue in Lenoir

If your home has a foundation issue on your home (cracking, settling ) or any other issues, it definitely is a huge issue.  Not only do the issues typically get worse, they are often times costly.  We can buy these as is still, but would just want to have our foundation team inspect the issue and see what it needs to resolve.


The challenge with foundation issues is that it is something that must be disclosed to the buyer (if you sell) and some buyers are nervous with these problems and sometimes cancel contracts.  If we can buy it, we inherit some risk as well because we have to disclose to our end buyer as well.  The benefit of selling your property to us though is that it would be an as is where is sale and we would purchase the property without you doing any repairs to the foundation whatsoever.  


If you have a foundation issue on your home, contact us today for an as is sale.  We will come out and inspect the issue to make sure we know how bad or minor the issue is.  We can then offer you a fair price based on that repair, close whenever you want.


We just purchased a property with a foundation issue in 

Process went just like this.
1.) Seller filled out the info on this website to the right.

2.) We received their info and called them that day.

3.) We arranged for a walk through and hired a foundation expert to check it out.

4.) We came to an agreement on price

5.) We closed in 3 weeks!

So call us today, or fill out the form here and we will contact you today to help !

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