Q: Do you buy manufactured or mobile homes?
A:Yes, but you must own the land as well.
Q: I have already listed my home with a Realtor, can I still work with you?
A: Yes, although the seller is responsible for any commission owed to the Realtor. Any formal offer will need to be submittedd through your current realtor as long as you are in contract.
Q: How long does it take to sell my home through LP Equities?
A: It is up to you. We can typically close within 7-10 days or longer if desired.
Q: Why should I use your service versus using a Realtor?
A: When choosing LP Equities to sell your home, you will have a quick and easy sale. You don't have to worry about finding a Realtor that you can trust and who will price your home appropriately. There is no hassle of strangers walking through your home for a tour or open houses. It is a quiet sell so you do not have to worry about nosy neighbors. No negotiating for repairs. LP Equities will buy your home in As-Is condition! You also won't have to worry if they buyer will actually close.
Q: Can I sell my home to you even if I am behind on payments?
A: Yes! If you are behind on payments LP Equities can still help!
Q: Do you buy condos?
A: Yes, we buy condos.
Q: How do you establish the price?
A: We establish the price based off of the current market conditions, the neighborhood comps, as well as the current condition of the home.
Q: Do you buy homes in foreclosure?
A: Yes, again if you are behind in payments or in foreclosure LP Equities can still help!
Q: Do you charge a fee to evaluate my home's condition?
A: No, it is absolutely FREE selling your home to LP Equities.
Q: How does the process work?
A: Our home buying process consists of six simple steps:
Q: Where do you buy homes?
A: We actively purchase homes in Southern California, The Greater Phoenix Area and The Greater Chicago area.
Q: How do I get a quote on my house?
A: Fill out the "Get My Free No-Obligation Quote" under the contact us tab on or website or give us a call 800-266-2109.
Q: If you make me an offer, how soon do I have to decide if I want to accept it?
A: The offer technically does not expire, but we may have to rerun our numbers if too much time has passed due to market conditions.