If you need to sell your house fast in the Portland area, call Spartan Redevelopment today at 503-209-3550.
No situation is ever exactly the same. Our priority is always to listen and understand YOUR needs first. We then draw from our extensive experience to quickly tailor an offer that meets your specific requirements.
Maybe you have an investment property that's become a headache? Does your home need repairs that you'd rather not make? Have you lost your job and need to sell quickly? Are you facing foreclosure? Getting a divorce? Did you inherit a property that you'd rather sell? Relocating and need to sell your house fast? Whether one of these scenarios speaks to you or you are facing something entirely different, we have the knowledge and experience to provide a solution!
Visit one of our 'Solutions for Sellers' pages below to find out more, then call us at 503-209-3550 or submit a property questionnaire to find out more about how we can help you and to get an ALL-CASH OFFER FAST!
Spartan Redevelopment buys houses in the following Portland neighborhoods: Arbor Lodge, Kenton, Overlook, Piedmont, Portsmouth, Alameda, Boise, Concordia, Eliot, Grant Park, Humboldt, Irvington, King, Sabin, Sullivan’s Gulch, Vernon, Beaumont-Wilshire, Cully, Hollywood, Madison South, Rose City Park, Brooklyn, Buckman, Creston-Kenilworth, Eastmoreland, Foster-Powell, Hosford-Abernathy, Ladd’s Addition, Kerns, Laurelhurst, Montavilla, Mt. Scott-Arleta, Mt. Tabor, North Tabor, Reed, Richmond, Sellwood-Moreland, South Tabor, Sunnyside, University Park, Woodstock, as well as many others.
We also buy houses in Beaverton, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, Newberg, Milwaukie, Clackamas, Gladstone, Aloha, Lake Oswego, West Linn, Carlton, Cedar Mill, Cedar Hills, McMinnville , Raleigh Hills, as well as many other surrounding areas.
We purchase with CASH and help you to avoid the most common reason that real estate transactions fail: Financing. We don't have to qualify for a loan which means you can eliminate the surprises and avoid the disappointment and stress of a failed transaction.