Selling My House for Cash in Charleston

Should you take a cash offer for your Charleston house?

Not always.

I’ll tell you how to sell any property for cash, some reasons to refuse a cash offer – and when you shouldn’t say no.

Selling My House For Cash In Charleston

If you’re selling a property in Charleston to an end buyer (the person living in the home), chances are good it won’t be bought with cash.

Most transactions close with a bank loan, because most buyers don’t have the funds.

This isn’t news.

Even most investors don’t close transactions with cash. It’s easy to let a bank share the risk, even if you have the money – most investors spread themselves too thin.

At ELR Investments Inc we don’t spread ourselves too thin, because our primary goal is to build stable communities around Charleston.

In most cases, we’ll pay cash for your Charleston WV property.

The Benefits Of An All Cash Sale Of Your House

The benefits of a cash sale are real:

  • money fast
  • when you need it most

You don’t have to deal with the hassles of waiting months for a buyer to get a mortgage, only to be told that the lender eliminated the program and you’re back to square one.

You don’t have to list your house with a real estate agent and pay a huge commission.

You don’t have to deal with a lot of people just “kicking the tires” and checking out your property for fun. We don’t waste your time. This is our business.

You don’t need to paint, make repairs, or even clean up. We take properties just as they are. You won’t waste money on junk haulers or contractors.

You don’t need to deal with any paperwork. We have it all covered.

Working With A Reputable Charleston House Buyer / Investor

We pride ourselves on being a strong part of the Charleston community.  Our local mission is to help local Charleston WV homeowners who need to sell your Charleston house fast do it quickly, at a price fair to you, and to help improve the beauty of neighborhoods one house at a time.

If you’re wondering about selling your house for cash in Charleston or just need to sell a property near Charleston, we can help you.

We buy properties like yours from people who need to sell fast.

Give us a call anytime at (304) 721-4620 or
fill out the form on this website today! >>

Ed Register

About Ed Register

Ed has over 10 years of experience in the real estate industry. He is a former partner in a company that owned nearly 30 rental properties, a restaurant, and successfully rehabbed numerous properties. Currently Ed is an owner of ELR Investments, Inc. a Charleston, WV company dedicated to finding solutions for home owners who wish to sell their house fast.

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2 Responses to Selling My House for Cash in Charleston

  1. Jason Vaught April 20, 2016 at 11:04 PM #

    The house is a 1930’s Craftsman style bungalow. When I bought the house I knew I was going to replace the old knob and tube wiring that was running throughout the house. I am a licensed plumber and experienced in electrical work under A-Action Plumbing Co. in Charleston, WV for over 13 years. I can work with you to finish some of the work if necessary to keep some of the costs down. I replaced the meter and the breaker box and most of the wiring. I was in the process of changing wiring in the attic and in the three bedrooms on the second story but some of that work did not get finished. The circuits are there but just not tied in the box. The lights on the second floor need to be tied into the circuits as well. Some plumbing work needs to be completed. I had begun to replace the ½” water lines with new ¾” copper tubing and to change the location of the water heater but it needs to be finished. Some patchwork and painting in the kitchen, two of the bedrooms, the bathrooms and hallway. Some structural work needs to be attended to as well. Two joists need to be replaced or added to the section of flooring underneath the dining room. A support post needs to be added underneath the main beam as well. I’m sure there are a number of other things to be added to this list because it is an old house. Thank you for helping me in this matter!
    Jason Vaught

    • Ed Register
      Ed Register April 21, 2016 at 8:27 AM #

      Restoring and rehabbing the 1930’s style houses can certainly be a challenge. Often times while correcting one problem you discover several more. We would be happy to try and find a solution for you. I’ll contact you directly so we can discuss.

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