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If We Agree To Own & Take Title To Your Home, We
Will BUY IT - In The TRADITIONAL MANNER. We Will Use Our OWN CASH.
We Are NOT Like Others Who Say They
"BUY HOUSES"! Read On...
CAUTION: If anyone offers to buy your house with ANY method other than a TRADITIONAL CASH
purchase - ANY OTHER METHOD - BEWARE! There is a chance that they do NOT have their OWN money to buy, as
you would likely expect, in the traditional manner.
** Many use the word "cash". Make them PROVE they
actually have it! **
Find Out Why Our Clients Chose Us - Even Though There Are Many Others Who Say That They
* House listed with an Agent but NOT selling? *
Heir to a property you don't want?
* House need expensive repairs?
* Overwhelming medical bills?
* Tenant trouble?
* Making two payments?
* For sale by Owner?
* Behind in payments?
* Laid off?
* Just Need To Sell ASAP?
We can often close in as little as 5 days! (Or, take longer if you'd
We can make a cash offer on the spot if your property meets our purchase criteria.
We use our OWN CASH, from OUR bank accounts,
to buy property we wish to own.
We stop foreclosures and may help you avoid filing bankruptcy. And even if you have already filed
bankruptcy, we may still help.
When we take title to a property, we use the TRADITIONAL straight-forward approach to purchasing property. There
are NO misleading or confusing schemes.
We are honest, ethical, discreet and will be sensitive to your needs.
We solve problems,
we're experienced, we do what we say we will do.
We do not however, purchase every home we see & we do not pay full market
value - we purchase at a discount. This is the way we earn a living and feed our families. We're very careful & selective.
The properties we consider must have adequate equity.Read the important details & see the page "Selling? How It Works".
assist people in financial difficulty and foreclosure, we do NOT help people who are in a mortgage crisis / foreclosure / bankruptcy,
etc., stay in or keep their homes - as do some scams. Our primary goal is to PURCHASE a property. So if
it is your goal to keep your home, we are not for you.
There Are Many Ways To Buy and Sell Property...
Traditionally - predictable
& familiar. And there are the "other" ways...
Some of the more "creative approaches" may be used by a Buyer who
cannot qualify for a mortgage or has no cash to complete the transaction. Some of these creative schemes may work for you.
recommend the "traditional approach". And in our case, "traditional" does NOT require the use of a real estate agent -
we buy directly from the home owner.
We define a "traditional purchase" as follows: Buyer and Seller use a legally
sound Purchase and Sale Agreement; both agree on the price and terms of close; the actual close happens at an authorized title company,
with all legal requirements and paperwork for the sale being met.
The Buyer either produces a valid mortgage, certified
funds or cash in the full amount of the sales price and his share of the closing costs. The Seller / Home Owner's mortgage and
other loans / liens secured by the home GET PAID OFF IN FULL at the close - which takes place approximately 30 to 60 days from the
time the Purchase and Sale was signed by Buyer and Home Owner.
And when the deal is done, the Home Owner has no connection or
obligation to his previous mortgage, the person who bought his home or the home itself, except as otherwise required by
law. It is likely that this is the way you originally purchased your home. And if they say "no equity no problem", it
may NOT be a traditional approach. We REQUIRE equity to buy.
It is our opinion, that purchasing and selling a home in the
traditional manner, poses less risk for both Buyer and Seller - and is therefore more desirable - especially when The Home Owner
may already be in some sort of difficulty. It is also our opinion that the last thing anyone in difficulty needs, is more potential
DO THIS... COMPARE The "Offer" You Receive And The Approach Described By Your "Creative Buyer" To Our Definition Of
A TRADITIONAL PURCHASE - Described Above...With Which Approach Do You Feel More Comfortable?
"They're like rip-off
people and predators.
They didn't even listen to my predicament." TH, Illinois
"When I see those signs on the trees
I just laugh!" JW, New Hampshire
You've Seen Their Ads and Signs Soliciting To Buy Your Home
The ads will lead you
to believe they have the money and the ability to help you and SOME very well may. But...
Some of the people who say they
have the "cash" to buy or that they will buy "any" property, do NOT have the money and resources to do what they say or suggest.
of these people WON'T "buy" in the traditional and familiar manner because they CAN'T - even though their ads and signs may cause
you to believe they do!
We received complaints about these people from countless disgusted homeowners from within New Hampshire and
all over the country.
We learned that these people were, in the opinions of these callers, NOT what they said they were. They
could NOT or would not do what their ads, letters and sales pitches caused people to believe they could do - buy a home in the usual
and traditional manner - the manner with which most people are familiar.
One NH "investor" couldn't even pay his buy-houses-for-cash
newspaper ad bill!!!
Ex-Cons, Fines, Liens, Law Suits, Bankruptcy, Bad Press and Complaints
Some who "buy houses" have
had law suits, complaints or liens filed against them by angry and dissatisfied customers, broken local real estate laws, paid fines and
had negative coverage in newspapers. Some are unable to pay their mortgages on their "investment" property - and have even lost
their OWN properties in foreclosure! Others may have even been arrested and incarcerated or have filed bankruptcy.
Some don't even maintain their companies "in good standing" with their state Department of Corporations - they don't pay their fees! People with serious personal issues or those with a track record of complaints may likely NOT be the best people to assist you in
this very important transaction you are considering. It's YOUR house, YOUR credit and YOUR money. You MUST be careful.
Consider doing background checks BEFORE working with anyone.
No Matter How "Nice" They Seem or "Experienced" They Say They Are,
Know This - Yes, Some Are Honest And Helpful. Others May Not Be:
1. Some Want To "Get Rich Quick". You've seen
the TV infomercials.
Some of the people who say they buy houses bought those courses.
who say they buy houses have been laid off, are out of work or just not making enough money. They may have little if any experience
or qualifications, bought a TV infomercial real estate course and are simply looking to achieve what the TV infomercial course
promise - the ability to earn great wealth by "buying" real estate with little or no money and poor or no credit.
(November 2014) a portion of a TV infomercial, where the investor stated "...We started out with none of our own cash and credit...I
netted over $2.3 million in our very first year..." And..."...Don't worry if you don't have credit or you don't have cash...".
this for a minute. You meet a so-called real estate "investor", in his mid-30's or older, who wants to "buy" your house.
If he does not have any cash or credit (which implies bad credit, low credit score, etc.), isn't it possible that this
person made several mistakes in the management of his life - his financial matters, his career, etc.? The many important
choices that this person who is in his 30's (or older), who has no cash and bad credit, may not have been the choices that
a wise or prudent person would have made. Sure, there is the possibility of "bad luck". Anyone can be faced with challenges
that come out of left field. But our belief is that while sometimes things happen beyond our control, more often than not, some
of the troubles (or successes) we have are a direct result of the choices we make.
So, do you want really want someone who has
potentially made bad choices in his own life, to "buy" your house? And if he does not have any money and has poor credit,
how in the world do you think he will actually "buy" your house? How does anyone truly "buy" anything in the solid and traditional
meaning of the word, without having any money OR credit????
The answer is, with some scheme that is NOT the traditional
and typical approach to buying and selling a home, like you may have already experienced when you purchased your home in the first
So ask yourself - how does this feel to you? Our opinion? We would not allow one of our family members to place
a house under agreement, of any kind, with someone who has no money or poor credit. Period. Form your own opinion.
Some Will NOT Give You The Direct & Simple Cash Offer You Need & Want.
They Will Offer CONFUSING
If some say they use creative approaches to help you, chances are they do NOT have the money, in hand, to cover a
fair purchase price in full, to buy in the traditional manner. Otherwise - they would NOT NEED to be "creative"!
the cash in hand, who ACTUALLY PAY reasonable prices, typically just buy the property. Period. Nothing "Creative" Is Necessary.
to the fact that some of these people do not have the cash or even a written pre-approval from a bank for a mortgage, even
though they may say they do have the cash or that they "represent a group of investors" who do have the money, or
they use "private funds", they will approach you with confusing and risky schemes: They will - ask to lease or auction your
house; "buy" it "subject-to"; put your deed into a land trust; offer to take over your payments; offer a gift or some small cash
payment up front; ask for your deed; put a renter into your home; put your house under contract now, but try to sell it and pay
you later, they will try to use your equity, or they will have to borrow and may not even qualify.
Maybe these proposals
will work and meet your needs. Only you can decide. However, these proposals could be attempts at doing "no money down"
or low money down deals and could be disguising their real intent and their true ability and level of resources they have to buy.
the person who is buying your home does not personally possess the money to buy the house at the price you agreed to or does not have
a legitimate mortgage to buy, it is our opinion that the assurance of a closed transaction is potentially at risk.
can GIVE THEM CONTROL OF YOUR HOUSE while YOU typically remain
responsible for the mortgage! Only you can decide if this
sounds or feels right to you.
3. They say they have CASH! Make Them Prove It - In Writing!
If they say they
buy for cash, (or use the word "CASH" in their ads), MAKE THEM PROVE IT IN WRITING. Have them show you valid
bank statements, listing the cash in THEIR name in THEIR bank accounts (NOT credit lines or home equity loans but CASH), which would
be specifically used to purchase your property. If they say they are pre-approved for a loan from a bank - see it in writing. Listen
closely to the response you get. Some use the word "cash" frequently - but often have very little if any of their
own - and typically no where near enough to make an actual "all cash" purchase of your home at a reasonable price. Don't be misled.
AND EVEN IF THEY DON'T USE THE WORD CASH, have them prove in writing, the resources that they do have to
complete a REAL AND ACTUAL purchase of your home - and NOT some scheme simply to TAKE CONTROL of your house with little or no money
of their own.
4. Do You Really Believe Someone Will Buy ANY Property At ANY Price???
Maybe. It is certainly
possible that someone has the resources to purchase any property for a reasonable price. But ask the person whose sign or ad
says this, if he has $15 million dollars in hand to purchase a house worth $15 million. See what kind of answer you get.
(And again, if he says "yes", see his bank statements.) Of course, if the "price is right" anything can be sold - but the real question
is, what is the price he would ACTUALLY pay and does he even have the cash in hand do the deal in the first place? Let your
common sense and good judgment answer the question. One local ad says he buys ALL real property. All? Impressive. We can't do
Remember - all you are doing is holding him accountable for the claims he makes. Ask direct questions and
ensure that you get direct and truthful answers. NEVER feel uncomfortable about asking questions or let them intimidate you.
You must protect yourself.
We Buy Houses scams are everywhere. say "No" in NH New Hampshire - Manchester, Derry, Londondery, Goffstown, Candia, Hooksett, Weare, Bow
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To be successful in this very important decision you are considering, you MUST be able to distinguish between those who will be of
value and help to you and those who will just waste your time and money.
If we, on the other hand, are interested in purchasing your home and agree with you on the details, we can write a check from our
own accounts and close in just a few days.
- NO SCAMS. NO GAMES. NO MISLEADING stories.
- NO FREEBIES OR CASH INCENTIVE GIMMICKS to
try and convince you.
- The deal is simply & traditionally done & you get on with your life.
When we say "buy",
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Please Read On....
Please note that the comments here and elsewhere in this website are NOT meant as a criticism of any specific
person or organization.
We are NOT the only capable and ethical investors in the market place. There are many others
who may be just as capable and qualified as we.
These capable investors may be attorneys, appraisers, real estate agents
and others who buy houses - people who use versions of some of the ad slogans mentioned in this site or other slogans and approaches.
there are simply some inexperienced people out there without enough money and skills to do what they say and do it properly.
Yet they may say they buy houses.
Even More Importantly...
There Are Others With A Great Deal Of Experience And
Money, Some of Whom Can Also Be Very Unethical.
These People May Be The Most Dangerous Of All.
They may in fact have the
money to buy. But sometimes, some of these “experienced and successful” investors can be better at misleading and
deceiving than any of the others.
Due to the fact that they are experienced, they may know all of the right tactics to use and
when to use them. They may be exceptionally slick and sweet. Others can be very arrogant and pushy. But in ALL cases,
they can be manipulative.
Some will also pressure you to sell your house. But despite their experience and money, selling
your house to them could be the worst thing you could do.
Their "success" may have come about for all of the wrong reasons –
and at the expense of people in need.
The challenge is to accurately distinguish between the cheats and
predators and the good guys.
It's not easy - in this field or any other - but you must do it to ensure your survival.
are just our opinions and those of others presented for your consideration. Others will have their opinions. You
must do your homework and form your own opinion.
Our hope is that you work with a company that can help you, whether or not you
choose to work with us.
CAREFULLY SCREEN US. CAREFULLY SCREEN EVERYONE.
Make smart decisions. You can
Read These Comments!
"They're all out there. He (her son) called this guy. I'm so DISGUSTED with him (the "investor")! Up until
the week before Christmas everything was going along. He was going to buy the house from my son. He would pay 6 months mortgage advance
on the house and we had 2 years to pay him back. He never had the decency to call back and say it wasn't a good deal - he just LET
US HANG and went on his merry way.THEY PLAYED SUCH A DIRTY, DIRTY GAME! THAT WAS SO WRONG! At the last minute, they left him (her
son) holding the bag and WE LOST THE HOUSE TO FORECLOSURE!" CG, NH "
"One guy keeps harrasing me.
He keeps calling and leaving voicemails to "confirm my appointment". I NEVER GAVE HIM an appointment to meet with me. He
says in his voice mails that "you'll be homeless if you don't call me". My mailbox is jammed with letters from people telling me that
time is of the essence, don't wait..."DB
"They want to buy the condo WITHOUT BUYING THE CONDO. I would still be on the hook if they did not make the payments. Not interested in letting someone else ruin my credit. Just don't have a good feeling about that route..." MC, FL
"He said he was a "cash buyer" and wrote an offer. And when my real estate agent agent asked him to PROVE he had the cash, HE TOOK OFF!" SW, NH
" We spoke with one other person (investor). He expressed interest so we asked him for a letter of intent and basic PROOF that he could do what he said he was going to do. WE NEVER HEARD FROM HIM!" BP, NH
"...Anybody that has to advertise by stapling a sign to a tree or telephone pole - it's silly. I mean come on, I'd never call someone like that..." JW, NH
"They seem like fly-by-nights. One guy (who advertised he buys houses) in the newspaper wanted me to give my house away!" DW, TX
"...It sounded great (on the phone) until they got here and told us they wanted us to sign the house over to them...And they said we CAN'T have their paperwork reviewed by a third party before we sign!" KC, MI
"...Those signs are all over the place. I would rather list my house before I would call them." KW, KY
"I called a sign - "we buy houses". I talked to the guy for a few minutes. At first he sounded like he knew what he was doing - then he made my antenna go up." FT, CA
"...One of those guys promised me the world, so I trusted him. Then he didn't do anything. He said he had $300,000 in the bank but he had nothing!..." BM, CA
"Tried to get me involved with some plan that cost me $24,000 with no guarantees of anything." RB, MA
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These efforts are coordinated as part of our work with the United
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- ANY INDICATION that any of our materials and approach, including but not
limited to phrases and slogans, service-marked or otherwise, approach, or advertisements,
printed materials, emails,
this website (in part or in its entirety, including all code), have been copied, acquired, mimicked (e.g., not copied exactly but
plagiarized), used, etc. in any way, will result in our aggressive and thorough pursuit. THIS APPLIES TO
ALL OF OUR PAST VERSIONS AND WEBSITE CONTENT
AS WELL - NOT JUST THE CURRENT VERSION.
- Others have already attempted
to copy our work, were caught and stopped dead in their tracks.
- WE HAVE AND WILL SPARE NO EXPENSE to ensure that those who
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- FURTHER, once we establish proof of copyright infringement, we may notify all Better Business Bureaus, Chambers of Commerce, real
professional organizations and the Office Of The State Attorney General, in the communities where the offenders
are doing business - to make them aware of these
unethical and illegal business practices. This may likely result in further
scrutiny of the offender's other business practices in his local community.
After all, those who steal the work
of others and pass it off as their own may also be capable of and in fact committing other illegal acts.
- CONSIDER THIS
BEFORE YOU PROCEED TO COPY OUR WORK AND USE IT AS YOUR OWN. It will not be worth it.
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5. Just Because He Says He Is An Attorney, Appraiser, Real Estate Agent Or Anything Else...
Don't be overly impressed
with titles. No title guarantees he is right for you, capable of doing what he says, or of value. You must
decide, by asking tough questions, using good judgment and seeking the truth. Always do your homework and make
the best decision you can - even as you screen us.
6. Will He Really Pay Full Retail Or The Highest Price For Your House?
- anything is possible. But ask yourself - how can someone who is in the business of buying houses, then reselling them
for a profit, afford to pay the top or full price for your house, then sell it to someone else and still make money? If they
in fact "BUY" your house by actually taking title to it, closing in a reasonable period (e.g., 30 days) allowing you to payoff your
mortgage and give you a profit, they will be unable to cover their closing costs, repair costs etc. - unless they are able to
sell your house to someone else for even more than "full price" - and who will pay even more than full price for your house? Wouldn't
you agree that everyone shopping for a home wants to get the best deal he can? How many people would pay more than full
It's also possible that the person with this sales pitch doesn't have the cash to buy the property outright (nor
is pre-approved for an adequate mortgage) and is NOT attempting to "buy" your home in the traditional manner - the way in which we
would sell our own homes.
If he actually pays you, in cash or with a mortgage, your full asking price, or even better, the HIGHEST
price for the house and you (and your attorney) are comfortable with the terms of the transaction, more power to you and him! Make him show you the written PROOF for EVERY PROMISE he makes.
7. You Will See Loads of These on the Web - Be WARNED! Do NOT Be Overly Impressed With A Fancy "Buy Houses" Website.
The Investors Are Often NOT Based in NH
or MA As Are We & That Can Matter. Alot. Here's Why You May Wish To Be Careful....
There are many "buy houses"
websites on the internet. They will give you the impression that the companies operating the site are large & successful
and filled only with the finest professional investors. Many of them are quite possibly as they describe themselves. It
is our opinion however, that some of the websites you will trip over on the internet that say they buy houses, any where, any price,
(you know the lines) ...are simply companies that lease, rent or sell a "referral service" to individual, independent investors –
people they usually call “affiliates”. These “investors" are NOT employees of this seemingly impressive company. The website
company simply takes the information you provided on their form and sends it to the affiliate who pays his monthly fee, nearest to
your location – if they have one at all.
Look for a real, single, local New Hampshire address. No local address?
will usually see a form that has a map for you to select your state - again suggesting that this is a mass, rented website to "affiliates"
who pay a fee to use this site for referrals and that is not the solely owned website of a local, New Hampshire investor.
can be ANYONE - and are usually never formally and legally endorsed or heavily screened by these companies. Yet some of
these websites would have you believe that the "investor in your area" is a qualified professional with the cash in his pocket, ready
and willing to buy your home or “any” home.
The reality is that some of these website companies do little if anything to
validate the qualifications of the people who sign up as affiliates. The website companies usually don't make their affiliates
PROVE that they have either money or experience.
Contact the owners of these companies and sites (if you can even find
a specific phone number or physical address) and ask the question. Then, if the statement they make sounds believable, make
them prove, in writing, that they actually ensure that the people to whom they refer you are NOT just TV infomercial graduates looking
to use a scheme to take control of your property. Rather, have them PROVE that their "affiliates" actually have the cash and
buy houses in the traditional manner, that they are “experienced professionals” or anything else they claim on their website.
Go ahead. Give it a shot. (We even tried to contact some of the owners of these companies and either could not get
the contact info or when we did, we never got a call back.) We do not "lease" our website. We are INDEPENDENT. This is just our opinion. You need to form yours.
THIS IS A SCARY EXAMPLE! A homeowner contacted us for help. Why? Because the "investor" who said he would buy
his house (and with whom he signed a contract) - could NOT get the funding. YET - his fancy investor website company of
whom he is apparently an "affiliate", says that their investors BUY FOR CASH. So what appears to be the case here???
Not only does this "investor" apparently not have the CASH to buy (as his website suggests), but he apparently cannot even get
a mortgage to buy the house. The punch line? The website hooked the Homeowner & said one thing BUT the actual outcome was
very different! Maybe this was unusual.
PROTECT YOURSELF. Take the time to read this ENTIRE Website. Get an education BEFORE you decide.
Form your OWN Opinion.
Our opinion? All Real Estate "Investors" Are NOT Alike!
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for me." LP, NH
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"You saved my bacon!"
"He helped us and I'm sure he can help you." SD, Fl
"You bought it just as you
promised." BR, MA
"You're a good man in
bad world." RP, MA
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In summary, our sole focus and role is to see if we can be of assistance when there's real estate involved and the need to take action. So, If in New Hampshire or Northern Massachusetts you are considering selling your home and you're saying, "I need to sell my
home now in New Hampshire / NH or MA / Massachusetts, For sale by owner, I can't sell my house, I am losing my house, I have too many
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my debt quickly, or I need fast cash now, How can I sell my home without a real estate agent?, How can I sell my house myself?, I
do not want to pay a commission, Will filing bankruptcy stop a foreclosure?, What are the foreclosure laws?, What are the bankruptcy
laws?, I have bad credit, How can I sell my house myself?, How can I make my house sell faster?, My house is not selling, Why won't
my house sell?, Can this investor really buy my house?, How do I know if this buy houses investor is a scam?, Are we buy houses people
legit or a scam?, How do I know if he really has the money to buy?, Should I call the phone number I saw on a we buy houses sign?,
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estate buyer who wants to buy my house is lying or trying to cheat me? How can I avoid being scammed by the person who wants to buy
my house?, Should I sell my house to an investor or a 'we buy houses" person?, My credit score is low and I can't get a mortgage
or refinance", contact us immediately. I get letters and cards asking to buy my house. Are these letters and cards scams? Why can't
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scams or real?
If you're looking to buy and you're saying, "I want to buy a house, land, condo, home, mobile home, income
property, rehab, or apartment building in NH, I need an affordable low cost mortgage quickly, I need a cheap mortgage fast, I want
to buy a fixer upper ASAP, I need to lower my house payments, I need a downpayment, I can't afford a new home, How can I qualify for
a mortgage, I need the Seller to carry paper, I need Seller financing, I want the best mortgage possible, I must have the lowest rates,
I want a mortgage with no points or fees, Where I can I buy a house in New Hampshire without a down payment?, I want to buy
a house I can afford at a good price, How can I buy a mobile home in New Hampshire, Where are the best trailer parks in New Hampshire,
I Want To buy a duplex or condo in New Hampshire / NH, I want to rent to own, Can I buy no money down?, I need a cheap or affordable
home, Should I use a Buyer Broker?, What is a buyer's agent?, How can I buy a house without a real estate agent?, I need cash to buy,
I am having trouble qualifying for a mortgage", contact us first.
In all areas we may provide assistance and help to those people
seeking support in the quick buying and selling of real estate (houses, mobile homes, land, single family, multi family, duplex, condos,
condexes, townhouses, commercial / retail strip malls, etc.) as it relates to bankruptcy (Chapter 7 and Chapter 13); foreclosure (stopping
and avoiding foreclosure); divorce; relocating and relocation; estates; probate; inheritance of real estate; land lording, income,
rental, or investment property; illness and death; getting cash quickly or assisting with badly needed cash due to layoffs; avoiding
the payment of real estate commissions, etc.: Allenstown, Amherst, Atkinson, Antrim, Ashland, Auburn, Barnstead, Bedford, Boscawen,
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Epping, Epsom, Exeter, Francestown, Franklin, Fremont, Gilmanton, Gilford, Goffstown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hampstead, Hampton,
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Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New Boston, New London, New Ipswich, Newton, Newfields, Northfield, Northwood, Nottingham,
Pelham, Pembroke, Penacook, Peterborough, Pittsfield, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Rindge, Salem, Sandown, Somersworth, Stratham,
Suncook, Tilton, Weare, Webster, Wilton, Windham, Wolfeboro AND MORE in New Hampshire. In Massachusetts we serve Lawrence, Lowell,
Methuen, Haverhill, AND MORE. Depending upon availability, we may also be able to refer you to another investor in Rhode Island, Connecticut,
California, Virginia, Texas, Michigan among other states; and in Massachusetts, Worcester, Fitchburg, Leominster, Gardner, Westminster,
Auburn, Shrewsbury, Shirley, Northborough, Acton and neighboring towns.
If you think you need the top or best real estate
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bankruptcy because you behind in your mortgage and you are afraid to use a possible scammer scam artist investor who buys houses,
stop briefly, read this www.MyHouseForCash.com / www.AlternativesinRealty.com website completely, first, then decide. If you need or must sell your house, home or real estate now, fast, quickly or ASAP, contact us on our contact us page - http://www.alternativesinrealty.com/air_021.htm.
are not attorneys nor real estate agents nor do we perform any service which requires a license. We give our opinions, not advice.
We encourage every prospective Client to do their homework, thoroughly! This not the "small print" - we suggest you act as we
would act when considering an important decision. Play it smart. Be diligent.
Bedford, New Hampshire
Not in NH, MA or ME? Contact Us Anyway! We May Still Be Able To Help.
"...I cannot thank you enough for being so open-honest and for your time in trying to help me in my situation...I want to tell you how much I truly appreciate it." Linda