Dolly had inherited a house in Bradford, West Yorkshire. She decided to renovate the property and rent it out to subsidise her living costs at her primary property in Reading. Dolly appointed a local letting agent to manage her property, however, the tenant totally ruined the property and left.
Problem: How to sell a damaged property?
After a consultation with Property Saviour, it became clear to us she was very stressed about the whole ordeal. The uncertainty of dealing with a bad tenant and a letting agent who clearly wasn’t invested in the proper maintenance of the house had taken its toll on Dolly’s health.
Option 1: Find a new letting agent
Dolly did not want to consider re-letting her house as she feared damage to the property could happen again. She had made up her mind to seek closure by selling her property for good.
Option 2: Sell your house in a poor condition
Property Saviour is well versed in situations whereby a client needs to sell their inherited house in a damaged state, without incurring associated costs of major repairs. We were able to offer her a cash deposit to show commitment to the sale, whilst conveyancing was underway.
Result: Damaged house sold for cash!
Our ability to sell her house quickly for cash, allowed Dolly to move out of her current home and upsize to a bigger property. She was really grateful to Property Saviour for our help and expertise.