FasterHouse Had Its Best Year in Business Yet in 2014

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For a company that’s weathered the real estate industry's peaks and valleys over the last decade, optimism abounds for the future of FasterHouse after its unprecedented success in 2014, which turned out to be its best year in business yet.

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This year, we were able to help more families than ever before to find solutions to their real estate dilemmas.

FasterHouse has seen highs and lows, and now that it's 2015, the company has seen its best year in business yet. In 2014, FasterHouse bought 92 houses and sold 94; comparatively, in 2013, it bought 88, and sold 70.

According to the owner, Bryan Schroeder, "FasterHouse is a relatively small, locally-owned, energetic company that offers real solutions to homeowners who find themselves in the position of having to sell their property that they no longer want, for whatever reason. This year, we were able to help more families than ever before to find solutions to their real estate dilemmas."

FasterHouse was able to exceed its performance in previous years thanks to the vast knowledge base it has from being in the business longer than most real estate agents and investors, and thanks to the team it has put together, whose members share a like-minded vision. The company’s mission is centered on integrity, treating each potential customer with respect and dignity, and handling each transaction with the highest of ethics. They back that up with a vast knowledge base that comes from being in the business longer than most real estate investors.

FasterHouse offers real solutions to homeowners who find themselves in the position of having to sell property they no longer want. These homeowners are typically older people who have lived in a house for a long period of time, but eventually need to transition into an assisted living or senior community. These homeowners then struggle to quickly sell a house that hasn't been updated in 20 or 30 years.

"That’s where we come in! We make it very easy for folks like this to sell their house quickly and easily, which is what most of them are looking for, and take away the hassles of the traditional market," explained Schroeder. "We pay cash for the home. We buy it as-is so they don’t have to do any updating or anything along those lines. Most times, houses are filled with things that have been there for 20 to 30 years. We will help remove their unwanted stuff. Sometimes, our employees will help remove things; other times, we will hire a moving company. It depends on what it is. If there is a lot of furniture or antiques, we may have an estate sale. The rest we will donate to charity or churches."

Once the house has been cleared out, FasterHouse remodels the home, bringing it up-to-date with modern standards, and then puts it on the market for sale.

Besides the senior population, FasterHouse also works with homeowners facing financial troubles. "We have worked tirelessly since 2002 to ensure that St. Louis area homeowners facing uncertain economic futures have real alternatives to foreclosure -- and the long-term financial and psychological distress that comes when easy payments aren’t so easy," said Schroeder.

So what does this mean for 2015?

"Our goal is to purchase 100 homes next year," Schroeder explained. "I am confident we will attain that goal by continuing to help our customers who don’t want to sell their home through a traditional real estate agent and just want to sell their home as-is... faster and easier!"

About FasterHouse

FasterHouse buys, sells, and rents homes in the St. Louis area. Specializing in no-hassle, convenient and dependable services, FasterHouse helps home owners move out quickly and sells move-in ready properties. Faster House also gives families the opportunity to pay rent online. To learn more, visit FasterHouse.com

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