Hewlett Buys Homes is a family-owned real estate group that specializes in buying and selling ugly, beat-up properties. We buy homes in any condition, from sellers in all types of situations, including:
Vacant or Abandoned Homes
Unwanted Rental Properties
Homes in Bad Shape
We pride ourselves in the ability to focus on solving the unique challenges facing a homeowner in distress, the ability to transact quickly & painlessly, and create win-win outcomes for everyone we work with.
HOW IT WORKS
Step 1: Contact Us
Simply call or text HBH at 718-865-3589, or complete the online form below. All of the information you provide will be held in confidence. Please feel free to contact us at anytime, 24 hours a day. If you get our voicemail or answering service, simply leave a message and one of our specialists will call you back.
Step 2: Gather Information
During our first conversation, our acquisition specialist will need to ask basic questions about your property. We will gather the facts and focus on getting the information we need to create an offer that works for you.
Step 3: Cash Offer and Agreement
Within a matter of days, we will provide you with a written offer. Our commitment to you is to make this process as simple and efficient as possible, providing you with creative solutions catered to your specific real estate problem. You are not obligated to accept our offer. If you accept, we will handle all of the paperwork.
Step 4: Close on the Property
If we arrive at terms that both parties can agree on, and your expectations have been met, you set the date in which you feel comfortable closing on the property, and you receive your check or wire transfer. It's that easy!
You contact us. We gather info.
We make you an offer. We close on your schedule.
If you would live to receive a free, no-obligation offer on your property, or would like some more information about our service, please complete the form below and we will reach out to you within 24 hours. Thank you!
WHAT IS A FAIR OFFER?
In order to understand what a fair offer is, you must understand the common expenses of a real estate transaction. There may be a difference between the price you are offered and what you "take home." In a conventional real estate transaction, if you are selling your home and are offered $200,000.00 for your house, you can be sure that what you net is considerably less. When we make you an offer it is a NET offer. This way you know what you are taking home from the closing table, once the transaction is complete.
YOU PAY NO REALTOR FEES
When you list your property with a real estate agent, 6% of the sales price is paid to the buying and selling agents. If you were to sell your home for $200,000, that is a $12,000 commission that is paid out at the time of closing. Our transactions do not include real estate agents, so you DO NOT have to worry about paying realtor fees.
YOU PAY NO CLOSING COSTS
When we buy your property, you pay no closing costs in order for us to complete the agreement. This can be anywhere from 3-4%. So in the example of $200,000 purchase price, this translates to another $6,000-8,000. Our net offers INCLUDE paying for all of your closing costs, so that you don’t have to.
YOU MAKE NO REPAIRS
In a typical transaction, a home inspector is contracted by your buyer to pick apart the property with a fine tooth comb in attempt to beat you up with repairs that the buyer will ask you to make. This can easily add between $2,000 to $10,000 to the cost of your side of the transaction. Our offer to you is to purchase your property in "as-is" condition, which means you aren’t responsible for any repairs.
YOU CLOSE WHEN YOU WANT
Since our company is not financed by conventional means, we are able to fully control the transaction. Since it is our company culture to put your needs first, we will close on your timeline. If your situation requires a fast close, we can get it done in as little as 7 days. We will personalize the transaction to fit your needs, so if the situation calls for the house to be available to you for additional time, we can accommodate for that as well.