How the Process Works
By eliminating the middle person, (agents, banks, inspectors, etc.) and by simply paying cash we can significantly uncomplicate things. We can truly make buying your house easy as
Submit Your Address
Our team will give you a call to discuss the nuances of your property and situation.
Review the property
We’ll review the details to make sure it meets our buying criteria
Well present you an offer that is fair with No-obligation
Pick Your Closing Date
We close at a local reputable title company cash in hand
See what we can offer you for your house…
No real estate commissions
There are no real estate agents or middlemen in our home buying process.
We close on your schedule
If you need to sell fast or need more time, that’s ok. We close on your house when you feel ready.
Competitive cash offer
We make you a cash offer based on what other houses in your area in similar condition have sold for.
No upgrades or repairs
We buy houses as-is, which means we buy it in its current condition. We don’t want you to make repairs or hire a cleaning service.
Years of experience
At Old Harbor Properties, we have the experience and resources the tackle the most complex or simple challenges in real estate.
No cleaning necessary
No matter how dirty your house is, you can walk away and let us handle the rest. We can buy your home in its current condition!
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What does “as-is” mean?
We buy your New England home as-is, meaning you don’t have to worry about doing repairs, fixing your home up, or getting it ready for showings. We’ll handle all repairs, inspections, and more after we purchase your home. We factor this into our offer, of course, but it saves you the money and the headache associated with getting your home ready to sell.
What does an “all-cash offer” mean?
“All-cash” means exactly that – all cash for your New England home! Because we are real estate investors who are purchasing your home directly, we don’t rely on traditional financing like retail homebuyers. When you sell to us, there’s no risk of the financing falling through, or closing being delayed. When we make you an offer, that’s the full amount you’ll receive at close.
How fast is a fast closing?
After you send us information about your home, we can make you a no-obligation, fair all-cash offer in as little as 24 hours. Once you accept, we close at a local, reputable title company in as little as 7 days. Compare that to the 30+ days it can take to close when listing your house the traditional way, and the benefits are obvious!
What if I don’t need a fast closing?
At Old Harbor Properties, we work on your time frame. If you don’t need a fast closing due to the need to make arrangements, explore your future options, etc., we will schedule the closing on the day that works best for you!
Will I get a low-ball offer?
Our goal is to provide you with the fairest offer possible. Unlike other buyers or the big tech giants, we’re transparent with how we arrive at an offer amount. What we offer is based on what the value of the property may be once we make the necessary improvements and upgrades. We’re entirely transparent with this offer process and happy to walk you through how it works.
Is this even legit?
Yes, it is! The real estate industry is rapidly changing, and thousands of Americans are exploring their options when it comes to selling their house the fastest, easiest, and most transparent way. That’s where we come in. We offer an alternative for those homeowners who may not have the time or ability to list their house on the market for top dollar. We’ll work with you to assess your situation, make you a transparent all-cash offer, and close on your timeline.