Reason to sell:Flood Damage


We'll buy your flood-damaged home exactly as it is.

Selling a flood-damaged home on the open market can test your patience.

Disclosures, repairs, and insurance hassles can slow down the process. After a major flood event like Hurricane Harvey, home values might dip for a while too and financing can be harder for your buyers to get.

We understand the frustration, and we can help.

We’ll make you a fair cash offer right now with no contingencies — just like we’ve done for over 4,000 other Texas families in our 15 years of doing business here.

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Common Questions

How long will it take to sell my house?

We can usually close within days or weeks. If you need cash sooner to settle in a new home, there are ways we can help.


How do I know your offer is fair?

As locals, we know the Texas real estate market. We also know the costs of any repairs and renovations that are needed after a major flood event.

Flood Damage Information

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To Sell or Not to Sell | Considerations When Determining Whether to Sell a Flooded Home

After a major flood event, it can be difficult to think straight. Here's how to decide if selling is right for you.

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Selling A Flooded Home: What to Look for In an Investor

How do you tell the good guys from the scammers? Here's what to look for.

home damaged by flooding

How to Sell a House Fast With Water Damage | Texas Flooding Tips

The aftermath of a flood can bring a lot of uncertainty. Here's how to bring clarity to the chaos.

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Should I Sell My Flooded Home? Ten Reasons Flooded Home Owners Are Choosing to Sell Now

If you're tired of waiting, there's another option. And the good news is it's not too late.