Frequently Asked Questions
Find out the answers to frequently asked questions. If your question does not appear on the list, please feel free to contact us directly.
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Who is House Into Cash™?
Founded in 2001, HouseIntoCash™ acts as a connection between home sellers and cash investor. Our investors can even make a cash offer on your home within a matter of days.
Is there any cost associated with getting a quote?
No. Quotes are 100% free and there are no obligations.
Do you purchase homes if the homeowner owes more than the home is currently worth?
Yes. Our cash investors purchase homes even when the home owner owes more than the home is worth. These “short sale” purchases can often be without any cost to the homeowner.
What is a Short Sale?
Short sales are the sale of real property where the seller’s mortgage lender agrees to accept less than what is owed. In a short sale, a seller is “upside down,” which means the amount owed to the mortgage lender is more than the current value of the house. If the seller cannot or does not want to pay that difference out-of-pocket, the seller can request that the lender accepts a loan payoff for less than what is owed in exchange for releasing the lender’s security interest on the property.
What are the benefits to short selling?
You may be eligible for the government’s Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program, or other programs that provide additional options and financial incentives to avoid foreclosure. Some of these programs offer $2,500.00 – $30,000.00 in relocation assistance to qualified home owners. See if you qualify for relocation assistance.
Do you purchase condos, town homes or mobile homes?
Our investors do purchase condos and town homes. At this time, mobile homes are not eligible for our services.
My loan is already in default/foreclosure. Is it too late?
No, you may still be eligible. Even if your account is in active foreclosure status, you may still be able to sell your home for less than you owe to avoid foreclosure.
Can a foreclosure date be postponed?
Yes. Oftentimes, foreclosure sale dates are postponed while homeowners are negotiating the terms of the sale with the lender.
How do I get started?
Contact one of our trained home consultants today at (661) 450-8080. If you prefer, you can also request that one of our trained staff connect with you.
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