Homestead Road Brings New Cures for the Twin City House Selling Blues

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Despite the glut of houses and tightened mortgage restrictions, selling a home doesn't have to mean a long wait and a depressed price. Homestead Road will buy the house "as is," or help homeowners fix it up themselves, or foot the bill for the fix up, or convert the home into an income stream without having to sell it.

When a homeowner decides to sell, the first thing most of them do is contact a realtor. Invariably the realtor points out a number of repairs and cosmetics that must be done before the house can be put on the market. At some level of cost, the homeowner does not want to spend the money and time, and incur the risk that the final price does not recoup the rehab investment. For these homeowners, Homestead Road will buy the house “as is” for a price that will leave the them with similar net proceeds versus the rehab route, and they can walk away in six days from any further payments, taxes, insurance, utilities, and upkeep.

For homeowners who do choose the do-it-yourself route, Homestead Road publishes a $4.95 user friendly handbook “How to Sell Your Home for the Highest Possible Price.” Drawn from the company’s years of experience fixing up and selling hundreds of houses, the handbook tells the homeowner where to spend rehab money that will leverage the most selling price at the end. Usually, upgrading the kitchen yields the most payback.

Some homeowners don’t want to spend the time and money to fix the house up, but they hate to walk away from the profit opportunity. With Homestead Road, these homeowners don’t have to spend a dime or lift a finger. The company will pay for the repairs and cosmetics in return for a split of the profits at the end.

If the house is free and clear or nearly so, the homeowner doesn’t even have to sell the house. Homestead Road can convert it into a monthly income stream while the homeowner retains the title and full ownership.

These are just a few of the many cures Homestead Road has devised for the Twin City house selling blues. See more at

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