To Sell My House or Not – That is the Question
I am in a confusing cycle of thinking whether to sell my house or not, that is the question that keeps me awake at night. I could sell it and get the cash, or I could keep it and continue to struggle with the mortgage payments, property taxes and upkeep. It’s getting to be too much for me to handle.
If I keep my house and do not sell it, I can rent it to tenants and collect monthly rent to meet my obligations as a property owner. Essentially, the tenants will be making my mortgage payments and tax bill payments for me. This is exactly what real estate investors do to build their portfolio and accumulate wealth. I would love to build a portfolio and accumulate wealth, too.
But this time in my life is not a wealth-accumulation phase. My life is in a completely different phase, which involves struggling to pay my bills and buy groceries each week. I would love to become a real estate investor and build a portfolio for myself and my family. I understand it is the best way to build wealth, but it is not time for me to get started investing now. It is not the time in my life for me to become a landlord.
Finding a Real Estate Investor to Buy My House
Fortunately, We Pay Fast is a team of professional, experienced real estate investors that are prepared to purchase homes directly from homeowners like me. They buy houses and rent them or re-sell them as their primary business. It’s what they do, and what they have done for decades. The homebuyers at We Pay Fast are in a good position to make an offer on a house like mine.
I can call We Pay Fast investors at 405-521-1807 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to speak to them about whether to sell my house or not. The selling solution specialists at We Pay Fast will help me sort it out and, if it works for their own portfolio, will make an offer to purchase my home.
If We Pay Fast provides a purchase agreement, and we both sign it, I can look forward to receiving a check for my home equity in as little as a week to ten days from the date of the agreement. I won’t have to become a landlord and I will have the cash to move on with my life.