We buy houses

We Buy Ugly Houses for CASH

We Buy Ugly Houses for CASH

We buy Ugly Houses for Cash

Your Benefits

  • Thinking about selling your property for CASH
  • We will pay a little bit above assessment Value
  • No real estate commission
  • No open houses
  • Fast closing
  • We will buy it “as is, where is”
  • No expensive repairs required
  • Help you move forward
  • Friendly investors
  • Avoid eviction, repossession, foreclosure, seizure or power of sale
  • All contracts must be approved by your lawyer first

We Buy Ugly Houses for CASH in Canada which is highly beneficial to property owners needing cash and the ones who need to close fast. We buy houses in Canada is supported by the Professional Real Estate Investors Group (PREIG) Canada  members who have professional knowledge, training and resources.

Who can benefit from our services

  • Distressed property owners
  • Tired landlords
  • Quick CASH
  • Inherited property owners
  • Avoid bad situations

You might be aware of advertisements on Canadian real estate investors who purchase houses for cash entirely with fast closing to satisfy the needs of sellers. You may ask yourself what sort of business is buying houses? There are actually many reasons for people to purchase houses in Canada, and just as many reasons for people to sell their houses.

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Foreclosure process in Alberta

 Whether you are a Bank, mortgage broker, Canadian real estate investor or a home owner, if you are involved with a mortgage in default, you should know the foreclosure process in Alberta. Alberta foreclosure is the process the lender uses to get the money that you should have paid earlier back if your mortgage loan has been defaulted. Call 1-416-409-7300 for the Alberta foreclosure help you need. We have been serving Canadians in need since 1981. One of the main differences of the foreclosure process in Alberta, compared to other provinces, is that the Master in Chambers of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta decides who the foreclosure property will be sold to, and for what price.

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