Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do you have Questions?
We’re here to help. So here’s a collection of some questions we are often asked – along with answers. If you still have questions, please CONTACT US or give us a call and we’ll be happy to answer them for you.
What types of houses does Progressive Properties buy?
We are looking for houses of all sizes and conditions and we don’t care if your house is new, old or ugly.
How does this process work?
After you reach out to us, a local professional with a proven track record will get in touch with you. A member of our team will meet you at your house and will give a cash offer on-site.
Are there any fees or commissions?
No. This is what makes us different than the traditional method of selling your house. There are no fees, commissions, or hidden costs. involved at all. The offer you agree to is what we pay you, and nothing less.
Will you buy my property if I am facing foreclosure?
Not only will we make you an offer, but we will help you avoid foreclosure. Our real estate professionals have experience dealing with such scenarios. They have built long-term relationships with the leading financial institutions; therefore, we are in a better position to help you avoid foreclosure.
How long does it take to sell my house?
Our process is simple and fast. Our goal is to offer you a fair solution to your problem in the quickest time possible. We understand time is of the essence. We know how difficult it can be to sell your home to avoid a mortgage default or bankruptcy. It might take a few days or weeks. How fast the process takes, is up to you.
How do you determine the price to offer on my house?
Great question – we are an open book. Our process is simple. We look at the location, repairs that need to be made, the condition of the property, and values of other nearby houses that have sold recently. These factors allow us to come up with a fair price that works for both of us.
If you make an offer, do I have to accept it?
No. You are in control of the entire process. There is no legal obligation to accept our offer if you are not satisfied. We’re here to make a mutually beneficial deal.