Forbearance is NOT Forgiveness
Forbearance provides temporary relief from making payments, but it doesn’t make the problem go away. When the forbearance period ends, you still owe that money — though not always as one lump sum.
If you’ve suffered a job loss or other financial hardship that leaves you short on cash when your lender asks for repayment, that’s where we can help. In just over 15 years, we’ve purchased nearly a billion dollars in Texas real estate and helped thousands of Houston homeowners like you sell their home fast with no hassle.
Let us help you today. Get in touch so we can make you a fair cash offer.
As locals, we know the Houston real estate market. That’s why you can expect the best cash offer from us. Getting your offer is easy with our simple, no-hassle process:
No commissions or feesNo inspectionsNo contingencies
If you want to avoid the hassle and uncertainty of selling on the open market, selling to a home buying company like us can be a great alternative.
You don’t need to make your home show-ready. You don’t need to worry about repairs, cleaning, or title problems. And best of all, there are ZERO commissions, fees, or closing costs to pay.
Why should I use Big State Home Buyers?
We're simple, fast and fair. There’s never any obligation or pressure, and we handle any tax liens or other problems at no cost to you! You could have cash in your hands in as little as 7 days! Some companies use their own contracts that put their interests ahead of yours. Not us.
- As a Pinnacle Winner of the BBB Awards for Excellence, we commit ourselves to a higher standard.
- We use contracts recommended by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) because they’re fair to both of us.
- We’ll also treat you with respect and answer your questions promptly, making sure you’re comfortable every step of the way.
How Much Work Does Your House Need?
If your home is outdated, but still in good condition with no major problems with the foundation, roof, A/C, electrical or plumbing, you may be able to make it look better with just a little work.
However, if you are selling a house in poor condition, making the repairs needed will not be as easy and will likely require a hefty investment.
Is It Worth the Investment to Repair a House Before Selling?
Repairing a house is expensive and requires a lot of time and work. Since you plan to sell the home, do your research before deciding to make those necessary repairs.
Know what work the house needs and what it will cost. Do you have an old, leaking roof that needs to be replaced? Is the home’s electrical system up to code or will an update be required? Does the home’s foundation need work? Does the kitchen and bath need a remodel?
You could easily spend tens of thousands of dollars or more on work that takes months to complete. If, in the end, you only recoup a little more than what you spent, will the return be worth the extensive investment of your time and money?
Can You Sell a Home As Is?
Whether or not you can eventually sell the home at a profit after making extensive repairs may not be the question you should be asking. You might instead want to find out whether you can sell it as-is, and how fast you can sell it, which will depend on a number of factors including, current market conditions in your area and the extent of the repairs needed.