Selling A Rental House
There is a lot involved in selling a rental house. My three-bedroom, ranch-style house is leased to tenants for another 18 months. The tenants have the right to live in the property for the duration of the lease. A new buyer could ask them if they consider moving out, but they cannot be forced to leave. They have a legal right to stay in the house until their lease expires.
I do not choose to wait for the current lease to expire, so I am selling a rental house now. Most people working with real estate agents are looking for a home to live in, they are not investors looking for a rental house, which is why listing my property with an agent is not my plan. My plan is to find my own buyer.
The buyer I need will most likely be a landlord already, meaning they will own rental property and be looking for more. I know some other landlords locally, so I could give them a call. But that means we will probably get into a conversation about why I am selling. This is the conversation I prefer to avoid with other local landlords.
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We Pay Fast is a team of experienced landlord investors. They own residential and commercial property, and they are always looking for more. My rental house might work well for them because they buy houses with tenants in nearly every state.
Contacting We Pay Fast and speaking to one of their investors is quick and easy. They pay cash and close fast, so each transaction is quick and easy, too. I can call 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932), email firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the short contact form online. Any of these methods will result in a phone call back to me within 24 hours.
I’m selling a rental house, hopefully by calling 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932). I’m looking forward to closing fast for cash!