How to sell a house with structural issues
Having structural problems in your house can potentially make it harder to sell, but it’s not impossible to find a buyer even if you don’t fix the issue before selling.
Three questions and answers all about selling homes with structural issues
We’ve truly seen it all with buying homes of all types, including those with major structural issues. If you’re looking to sell, review these top questions about what’s involved:
✅ Why are homes with structural issues harder to sell?
Because buyers will realise that they will have to spend a lot of time and money to correct the structural problems, or many potential homeowners will be turned off by the idea of having to do all that work after they have bought the property.
✅ Will having structural issues make my home impossible to sell?
No. In fact you have the choice between either investing money and time in fixing the issues before trying to sell, or simply trying to sell the property as is and finding a buyer who is willing to fix the problems once they purchase your house.
✅ How do I know I can trust selling my home to a property buying company?
Check with The Property Ombudsman (TPO) to see if the company is a registered member. If so, they must follow rules set by TPO for quick buying companies and can generally be considered reputable.
Does your home have structural issues? We can make you an offer to buy it
We’ve bought houses and flats with structural issues many times, and we’re ready to chat with you about making a competitive and quick cash offer on your home through a very simple and zero-stress process. And you’ll never pay any fees if you sell to us.
If you’d like to chat with our team of friendly experts, you can reach us by calling 020 7183 3022 or by clicking on the "Request Offer" button below.
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