Our Customer Stories
What is it like to work with cash buyers in Massachusetts? For many homeowners, it’s a fast and easy way to prevent foreclosure, get quick cash, or sell a house that needs major repairs. See for yourself.
North Andover Cape House Rehab:
A young couple bought this house as a first home but later found that there were significant structural issues present. We walked the home with our engineer to determine what we were up against, and we ultimately were able to offer the couple a fair price and help them get out of a tough situation. After fixing the structural issues, we added 1 bath, completely renovated the kitchen, and updated the aesthetics throughout.
“Aaron is a fantastic agent! He is professional, a great communicator, and passionate about what he does. An added bonus was his extensive construction experience when attending showings. We are excited to be moving into our first home and would definitely recommend Aaron to anyone!”
Debbie C., Arlington, MA
Charming Three Bedroom Home Renovation:
The gentleman who owned this property passed away and it went through probate to the children. They were trying to find cash buyers in Massachusetts who’d make a fair offer so they could move quickly – it worked out perfectly with us. The home needed a full plumbing rehab and well as a new electrical service. There were also major asbestos issues in the basement and attic. After getting through the major issues, we added a bath, renovated the kitchens, and modernized the entire property.
“Aaron is awesome to work with! His experience across multiple areas within real estate from flipping houses to construction management to rental property management bring a unique perspective to any conversation involving real estate and can be vital when determining the true value of a property as well as what to look out for when making a purchase. Would recommend Aaron to anyone!”
Ryan G., Worcester, MA
From Abandoned To Renewed Living Space:
We acquired this property going into the first COVID wave in March 2020. The seller had bought it as an investment property without realizing it was zoned commercially and had a vacant status with the town. The seller did not have the time or the resources to resolve the issue with the zoning board and accepted our offer to purchase. We ultimately presented our issues to the ZBA (zoning board of approvals) and were allowed a permit to reinstate the property as a residential home despite the commercial designation. We added a bath, refreshed the kitchen, and did a full aesthetic update before selling.
This property was going into foreclosure, had non-paying tenants, and had major roof damage. The seller was dealing with health issues and needed to get out of the property. We were able to come to an agreement, made the corrections to stabilize the property, and got the trouble tenants out. We ultimately brought the entire building up to a well-operating rental property and sold it to another investor.
“Awesome guy. Loves doing what he does. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys clear communication and someone articulate!!”
Sukhy H., Northborough, ma
Adding Value To The Community:
The seller had inherited this house from a family member who passed away. The property was left vacant and was deteriorating due to weather exposure and costing the seller monthly for insurance and taxes. Our cash offer was accepted, and we were able to give the seller a fair price and get into a great project. We fully updated the kitchens and baths, new paint, new floors, and all new siding.