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Wondering How Bad To Keep Damage House?

Damaged house problems can lead to expensive repairs and if left unaddressed, can lead to issues that pose a series of health and safety risks. The key to dealing with this is to address it as soon as possible. But if you don’t want to spend the time and money, then you need a better option—one that will still provide a return on your home’s value. You can save yourself the high cost of home repairs by selling your home quickly and easily. We can be the easy and complete solution to your damaged house problems.

Options When Selling a Home that Needs Repairs

Repair Option 1

Don’t Make Any Repairs and Sell As-Is
Wondering How Bad To Keep Damage House? Maybe the damage is too extensive. Maybe they need to move immediately. Maybe they simply don’t have the funds or time to make the necessary repairs. Selling a house as-is means that the home is essentially “what you see is what you get.” For a buyer, that means no warranties, no guarantees, no assurances, and no repairs.

Repair Option 2

Just Enough to Make the Home Desirable
Completing cosmetic repairs will increase your home’s curb appeal, making it more attractive to buyers. you may choose to do only the easiest, quickest, or least expensive repairs. In many cases, this may mean projects such as:
updating light fixtures
cleaning or replacing carpets
replacing window coverings
updating cabinet hardware

Repair Option 3

Fully Repair the Home
Those homeowners with money and time to spare may choose to complete the full list of repairs which will be both expensive and time-consuming.

Let's face it, if you continue ignoring foreclosure, it will hit your credit real hard and it will be the beginning of your nightmare which involves the following:

  • Eviction from your home
    • You’ll get evicted from your home and losing the equity that you may have. 
  • Stress and uncertainty
    • You do not know where you live if the house is foreclosed.
  • Damage to your credit score
    • This greatly impacts your ability to get new housing and credit.
  • Deficiency balance
    • You may still owe even after the foreclosure sale.
  • Loan qualification challenges
    • Forfeit ability to get a mortgage to purchase another home for at least 7 years.
  • Job and career limitations
    • This may have limitations in getting employed for many years.

Average Foreclosure Timeline

As early as 6 month following your first missed payment, foreclosure happens

Pre Foreclosure



First Missed Payment

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Recieve Breec Letter or Notice of Default

Receive Notice of sale

Foreclosure Sale/Auction

Owner Eviction

10 Years of Consequents

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Note: This is a representative example. The foreclosure timeline can vary on a case-by-case basis.

Understanding your options

We do best by finding solutions for homeowners to avoid foreclosure. We will help you find your best options based on your situation and needs.

Get in touch with us today and together, we’ll find the best approach.


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