When selling a home in Denver or surrounding areas, you need a professional Real Estate consultant that is knowledgeable, approachable and communicates effectively. Jerred Morris consistently delivers results for local families. His skills and enthusiastic attitude have distinguished him as a trusted home buyer. The local Denver Real Estate market is continually changing, and placing your trust in a home buyer that is knowledgeable, honest and approachable, is imperative to making the right choice when it comes to selling your home.
I try my best to make myself available for your questions and concerns. Feel free to call me on my cell phone or email works great as well. Outside of purchasing properties, you can usually find me giving back to the local community through educational scholarships.
I have a real appreciation for how friendly and trustworthy Atlanta residents are and I try to deliver these same qualities to home sellers. If you are looking for Knowledge, Experience, Professionalism, Integrity and Personal Service in a Denver home buyer, Jerred Morris has them all.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What locations do you buy property in?
A: We will consider properties in Atlanta and surrounding areas. We buy houses in any condition and any situation.
Q: What types of property do you buy?
A: We will consider all types of real estate in all price ranges including single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, luxury homes, duplexes, apartment buildings, commercial properties, mobile homes that are on their own land, vacant lots and acreage.
Q: How do I find a trusted cash buyer?
A: We’ve been in the real estate industry since 2011. We are definitely not a fly-by-night operation and we’re accredited by the Better Business Bureau.
Q: Tell me more about who you are and what you do.
A: We are a group of experienced investors who buy, sell, and lease all sorts of real estate throughout Atlanta. We’re not real estate agents and don’t charge commissions or fees. Each person’s situation is unique and must be dealt with uniquely. After speaking with you and seeing your property, we will make you our best offer and let you make the decision.
Q: I have a home I need to sell. Why don’t I just list it with a Realtor?
A: That is certainly an option for you. If you have a nice house in a nice neighborhood and lots of time on your hands, then that may be your first bet.
Do remember that first time home buyers
- Will ask for you to fix everything
- Will ask you to pay closing costs which is thousands of dollars.
- They have a tendency to waste time and back out of deals
- Have to qualify for the home which takes 30-45 days
- Inconvenience you when it comes to viewing the house
Q: I have a rental property giving me trouble. Tell me more about how you can help me.
A: We are experienced landlords and can deal with any deferred maintenance, property damage, or tenant headaches that you may have. We have unique ways of handling property management and will be happy to take on your landlord woes. We even buy properties with non-paying tenants in place; if necessary, we can deal with them after the sale closes.
Q: I am several payments behind on my mortgage, and just want out. What can you do to help me?
A: This really depends on the amount of the mortgage, the value of the property, and how many payments you are behind. We have several programs including payment takeover and assumption. Each program is different and depends on your unique situation.
Q: My house needs lots of repairs. Will you still buy it?
A: We don’t mind making repairs, even major ones like a leaky roof, electrical problems, plumbing leaks, bad air-conditioners, fire damage, sinkhole, toxic mold, and termites. Of course, we will need to see the property before we can make a decision.
Q: I need to sell immediately. How soon can you buy it?
A: Again this depends on the situation. Normally we can close as soon as we have seen inside your property and had the title checked. This usually can be done in 7 days or less.
Q: I don’t have any equity in my house. Can you still buy it?
A: Yes. We do this all the time. This may require us to do some negotiations with your lender to work out a deal or take over your monthly payments.