I contacted a cash home buyer that makes offers on all types of properties.
I was in the process of renovating my home in Jacksonville when a hurricane hit the area. I was able to afford a property along the St. John’s river because it had been left vacant for quite a few years. There were portions of the roof that had collapsed, electrical wiring that didn’t meet local codes and signs of rodent infestation. Termites had eaten away at the back porch and none of the appliances were salvageable. The house needed a new water heater, HVAC system, refrigerator, stove, washer and dryer. Even the light fixtures, plumbing fixtures and outlets needed replacement. The floor rotted in places and many of the windows were broken. I had hopes of fixing up the house gradually, I was renting an apartment at the time and planned to handle the majority of the jobs myself. I worked on the house after my workday during the week and on the weekends. I invested every available cent into building materials, tools and appliances. The house was just starting to become livable when the St. Johns river overflowed its banks and flooded the property. Dirty water poured into the home and caused extensive damage. At one point, there was nearly four feet of water inside the house. Even when the water receded, there was a great deal of dirt and a foul odor. Plus, the moisture created issues with mold and mildew growth. I simply couldn’t face starting over again. I contacted a cash home buyer that makes offers on all types of properties. The cash buyer doesn’t require an inspection. I filled out a contact form online and received a cash offer within an hour. Once I accepted the offer, the closing was completed in under two weeks.
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