FAQ

​FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If you do not see your question answered, just go to the contact page.  We’ll answer any question with no obligation!

Who uses your services?
If you need to sell inherited property quickly.
If you want to unload rental property with problematic renters.
If you are relocating to another area.
If you are going through a divorce and needing to liquidate assets.
If you are behind on mortgage payments or facing foreclosure.
If you are not wanting to invest time or money into making necessary repairs and more.

What if I am in foreclosure-can I save my credit?
​If you can sell your home before final foreclosure, it will prevent a “foreclosure” from appearing on your credit report and this is better for your credit.

Do you buy townhouses and condos?
Yes, and we also buy rental units and multifamily homes.

What if I have a bad tenant in there now?
We have experience dealing with problem tenants.

​How long does it take to Close?
It depends on your situation, but typically we can close within 7-14 days.

Will you pay market value for my house?
Yes, but keep in mind in fixes or repairs that we have to make.

Will I have to pay a fee for you to visit and make an offer on my house?
You pay us no fees, no expenses, and no commissions.

Do I pay any fees or costs to sell?
No.  Our cash offer does not involve any real estate commission or fees.

How soon can I get an offer?
Every situation is different, but it is possible to get a cash offer in as little as 48 Hours.

How does the house buying process work?
First we discuss your specific situation.  Sometimes selling is not the best solution to your financial difficulties.  If that is the case, we will assist you or direct you to specific answers.

Do I have to catch up on my payments?
No. We regularly purchase homes that are behind in payments, facing foreclosure, or underwater.

What if my house is needs repairs?
Since we buy houses as-is, there is no need to make repairs.

What if my house is Vacant?
It doesn’t matter if you are there, or a renter or it is vacant.​

What if owe more than my house is worth?
At this time, this situation is common.  We work with you and your bank in a process called a “short sale.”

If I have already moved out of the area, do I have to come back for the closing?
No.  You can do your end of the closing at an attorney in your new locality.  Your funds can be mailed or wired to your account.

Tri State House
R G Real Estate Investment
244 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10001​
Tel: 212-884-0095
Fax: 212-358-2583
info@tristatehouse.com
Follow us on Google+

© Tri State House Follow us on Google+