Need to Sell Your House Fast?

My network consists of real estate investors who buy houses fast and I am a real estate agent who is experienced in getting homes sold quickly. I will give you a free, confidential, no-obligation home selling offer from an experienced investor who will bring cash to the table. Most of our network investors are buyers who want to buy your house directly. My network of investors are local to Lane County and professionals you can count on. My #1 goal is to help you sell your house fast! Experience, integrity and honesty are part of every home selling offer.

If you are thinking how can I sell my property and would like to receive a free, confidential, no-obligation home selling offer, simply send me an email with your property address and I will conduct a market analysis for your property.  My network contains investors who purchase homes in Lane County, any price range, and any condition. I am experienced in working with home owners who need to sell their house quickly because of..

Divorce: I can help you through the difficult time of working with your spouse and getting your home sold quickly so you can move on with your life. We have a proven process to work with both parties to the transaction including providing you a net sheet that will show you and your spouse how much you will each receive when your property is sold quickly.

Relocation: For whatever reason you may need to relocate to a different city, state, or out of the country we can help. I have relationships with relocation professionals across the nation which will help save you time and money. You can have your property sold quickly, and focus on your family and friends.

Avoid Foreclosure: If you are falling behind on mortgage payments then selling your home quickly is paramount to saving your credit. I work with of homeowners each year that have received notification from their mortgage company that they are behind on one or more mortgage payments. I can help you stop foreclosure.

Family Illness: Loss of income due to a family member becoming ill or not able to work can be a stressful time. With your monthly home payment likely being your largest expense, it is vital to work quickly to sell your property. You don’t have time or resources to fix-up your house, have open houses, and wait for an offer.

Inherited a Home: If you have been granted a home from a family member that has passed away you likely will want to divest of the property. Many times the property you inherited will be in a different state than you and or will need renovated in order to get it into newer condition. To avoid spending money on an inherited property and getting the equity out of it, sell it quickly.

I will often give you multiple home selling offers to choose from so you can sell your property fast! My network of investors can pay CASH! Get a free no-obligation home selling offer for your house today!

Vince Casey (541)868-4559

vincecasey@windermere.com

http://vincecasey.com

If you need to sell a house fast reach out to me today.

Posted on October 5, 2018 at 9:24 pm
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Interested in Flipping Houses in Eugene?

The investor market in Eugene is generally highly competitive when a good fixer hits the market. Usually, a  fixer is defined as a home that needs some repair or updating before someone can live in it. A good fixer would be a property that the repairs and closing costs would still leave the house flipper 10-20% profit after they sell the property. If the property will cover your expenses and leave room for a profit, we call that penciling. If you can find a home that pencils in a desirable location then you have identified a great fixer. Generally when a great fixer hits the market you will be competing with multiple offers, it is important to keep a cool head when navigating these waters and remember what price it will pencil at. There are a few ways to make your offer stand out other than over bidding, work with a real estate agent you trust to explore these options.

There are risks involved when taking on a fixer project. When creating a budget be sure and have a licensed contractor look at the property and give an assessment before you assume you have all the information, also have an inspection period in the contract. Even if they are selling the home as-is you can still back out and get your earnest money back if the inspector discovers damage too costly to repair. When listing your fixer after repairs remember that homes that stay on the market too long can create a black hole in expenses, leaving you with an extra mortgage and tax payments. Work closely with a realtor to establish comparable sales in the area to ensure your property will sell quickly and at top dollar. Before making an offer on a property make sure that it has room for a profit after you subtract you expenses from the estimated listing price. Many of the fixers that go on the market don’t pencil, and you will get burned in the process. To learn more about the investor market in Lane County feel free to reach out to me and make an appointment.

 

Before and After Photo of a recent remodel done by Contractors Unlimited LLC

 

Posted on August 28, 2018 at 10:15 pm
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Cottage Grove Treasures- The Historic District

As someone who used to work in Cottage Grove I am very familiar what this town has to offer. To this day it is still one of my favorite Daycation spots. When I go I usually like to hit up the Backstage Bakery for breakfast because they have “hands down” the best biscuits and gravy in Lane County. The Inhat Brothers definitely don’t mess around when it comes to creating a menu your grand’ma would’ve been proud of. You will find all of your favorite classics on there, including a great cup of coffee!

After breakfast, head over to one of my favorite vintage stores 5 Flying Monkeys, their prices and collection can’t be beat. They have a unique blend of antiques and funky thrift store items that will keep you busy for hours. Next door is the Crafty Mercantile an original shop for those of you who love creating your own arts and crafts at home. Not only do they have everything you need to stay busy in the studio, they also provide plenty of inspiration, and work space in the store. If you are a bookworm you are in luck Cottage Grove has 3 of the coolest bookstores in the area. Kalapuya Books is located next to the Backstage Bakery, Bookmine across the street also doubles as a jewelry store and plant shop. Not even a stones throw away is a friendly priced used bookstore called Books on Main.

For lunch I will usually go to Jack Sprats a great little cafe that I think is one of the true hidden gems in Cottage Grove, or Buster’s Main Street Cafe. They both have excellent Reuben sandwiches, and they are only about 2 blocks away from each other. After lunch I like to drive by a few of their famous covered bridges before heading home https://traveloregon.com/things-to-do/trip-ideas/scenic-drives/cottage-grove-covered-bridge-tour-route/

There are many other great places to visit in Cottage Grove, this is just a few of my personal favorites. Please visit the CG Chamber of Commerce to find out more information about all the great places it has to offer http://www.cgchamber.com/

So the next time you are planning a day trip, consider our neighbors to south and visit one of these hidden treasures!

 

The Historic District of downtown Cottage Grove is one of my favorite Daycations in Lane County

Posted on January 23, 2018 at 11:07 pm
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Southern Williamette Valley Wineries Tour

Eugene has gathered quite the reputation for being home to some of the best breweries in the world. However, I don’t hear anyone whining about our local wineries either. Wine Enthusiast Magazine awarded the Williamette Valley as the Wine Region of the Year in 2016. Known for it’s New World Pinot Noir, the Williamette Valley has been influencing wine drinkers everywhere to have an open mind to new ideas.

Here is a complete list of the wineries in Lane County that have helped the region earn the honor.

-Brigadoon Wine Company– 25167 Ferguson Rd, Junction City, OR  97448   http://www.brigadoonwineco.com

-Pfeiffer Winery– 25040 Jaeg Rd, Junction City, OR 97448  http://www.pfeifferwinery.com/

-Walnut Ridge Winery– 94739 Turnbow Ln, Junction City, OR 97448   http://www.walnutridgevineyard.com/

-High Pass Winery– 24757 Lavell Rd, Junction City, OR 97448 http://www.highpasswinery.com/

-Rain Song Vineyard– 92989 Templeton Rd, Cheshire, OR 97419 http://rainsongvineyard.com/

-Bennett Vineyards and Wine Company– 25974 OR-36, Cheshire, OR 97419    https://www.bennettvineyardsor.com/

-LaVelle Vineyards– 89697 Sheffler Rd, Elmira, OR 97437 http://www.lavellevineyards.com/

-Valhalla Winery23785 OR-126, Veneta, OR 97487 http://www.valhallawinery.com/

-Sarver Winery– 25600 Mayola Ln, Eugene, OR 97402 http://www.sarverwinery.com/

-Noble Estate Vineyard and Winery– 29210 Gimpl Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97402        https://nobleestatewinery.com/

-Abbelone Vineyard85505 Christensen Rd, Eugene, OR 97405 http://abbelonewine.com/

-Sweet Cheeks Winery– 27007 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97405 http://sweetcheekswinery.com

-Silvan Ridge Winery– 27012 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97405  http://silvanridge.com/

-Iris Vineyards– 82110 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, OR 97405  https://www.irisvineyards.com/

-King Estate Winery– 80854 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, OR 97405  https://www.kingestate.com/

-Chateau Lorane– 27415 Siuslaw River Rd, Lorane, OR 97451  http://www.chateaulorane.com/

-Saginaw Vineyards– 80247 Delight Valley School Rd, Saginaw, OR 97424    https://www.saginawvineyard.com/

-Eugene Wine Cellars– 255 Madison St, Eugene, OR 97402    http://www.eugenewinecellars.com/index.html

-Territorial Vineyards and Wine Company– 907 W 3rd Ave, Eugene, OR 97401    http://territorialvineyards.com/

-Oregon Wine Labs– 488 Lincoln St, Eugene, OR 97401 http://www.oregonwinelab.com/

-Capitello Wines– 540 Charnelton St, Eugene, OR 97401  http://www.capitellowines.com/

-J. Scott Cellars– 520 Commercial St Unit G, Eugene, OR 97402  https://www.jscottcellars.com/

-Hayworth Estate Wines– 92075 Powerline Rd, Eugene, OR 97408    https://www.hayworthestatewines.com/

 

If you would like to plan a trip to one or several of these fine establishments please  visit http://www.southwillamettewineries.com/plan-your-trip/

or if you would like to be escorted about town so you don’t have to worry about designating a driver go to http://www.corkandbarreltours.com/

Leave your favorite Williamette Valley winery experience in the comments…

 

 

 

 

Posted on December 28, 2017 at 9:14 pm
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