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    How To Get Rid Of A Distressed Property–Without Stress



    Sometimes, property ownership can be a curse, not a blessing. Especially if it’s a property with problems.

    Often, a problem property can come with an inheritance, or if an owner runs into health or financial issues and can’t afford the time and care needed to keep the property up. By the time the owner realizes this, the property can be in such bad shape that it can be difficult to try to sell, refinance, or otherwise resolve.

    All this can make things very stressful.

    But there are ways to avoid this. If you’re having to deal with a distressed property, and aren’t sure what to do next, consider a free consultation with Sapphire Investment Group. We’ll listen to your challenges and give you detailed explanations of options available to you, one of which may be a fast cash settlement for the property.

    You can get fair value, without having to deal with the hassles of finding contactors to make repairs or finding a realtor to market and sell the property. You can shorten the time between deciding to sell by weeks or months. And you can set aside the problem that may be occupying a disproportionate amount of your time.

    Sapphire Investment Group can help you resolve your property issues in three simple steps:

    1. A free consultation to discuss your situation.
    2. A cash offer (which you are under no obligation to accept.
    3. A fast closing, so you move onward.

    If you’re struggling with a distressed property, relax. It’s simple enough to get assistance. Just reach out to us, and we’ll schedule a consultation. Remember–there’s no obligation for you to talk with us. And you’ll learn more about what you can do to handle your distressed property, even if you ultimately choose not to work with us. Our goal is to help you get rid of your stress, and ultimately, the distressed property causing it.

    Originally posted 2021-09-29 19:55:20.

    About the author 

    Amy Tippins

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