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Call Us directly OR fill out the form to the right and we will contact you


We agree on a price, sign a Purchase and Sale Agreement, and we will order a title search


We will set a date and time to come by and see your house at your convenience 


The title company will prepare the proper paperwork and we will close on the date of your choice


During our appointment, we will complete a quick walk through and evaluation of the home


On our scheduled closing date, we meet at the title company where we close the deal and you get paid

 It could take months and maybe even years to sell your house through traditional methods, but when you sell to us, you don’t need to make updates or repairs to your house, you don’t need a real estate agent, a home inspection is not required, and you don’t need to wait for a buyer’s loan approval. Selling to us at Brooks Property Solutions allows you to sell your house quickly and simply.

All you need to do to sell your home is to contact us and discuss your situation. We will help you through the rest of the sale process. 



  • Will I have to pay for you to come to my house and make an offer?
    No, absolutely not. We do not charge you anything to visit your house and make you an offer. In fact, if we can’t come to an agreement on price to buy your house, you’re under no obligation to accept it. You have nothing to lose.
  • How do you determine how much you can pay for my house?
    Great Question! How much we can pay is determined by what other similar houses are selling for in the area. The cost of repairs needed on the house are also taken into consideration. We have construction contractors that give us good prices, allowing us to be able to cut down on costs and offer you more for your house.
  • Am I restricted to selling to you, or obligated in any way, if I call or submit my information to your website?"
    Absolutely not! You are not obligated to do anything with us if you do not wish to. You will not be charged anything. It is 100% your decision and we’ll let decide what’s right for you.
  • How are you different from a real estate agent?
    Real estate agents list properties and hope that someone will buy them. The average time to sell a property in many markets right now is 3-12 months. You also pay a commission when you work with a real estate agent, which is a percentage of the sale price. Often times it’s 3-6% of the sales price (so if it’s a $100,000 house, you’ll pay between $3,000 – $6,000 in commissions to an agent). Agents provide a great service for those that can wait 6-12 months in many cases to sell and who have room to pay the commission on the sale. Our company actually buys houses, we don’t list them. We take on all the risks with buying your house with our own cash, repair the house, and market it ourselves to find a buyer (which is the hard part in this market).
  • How long does it take for you to evaluate my house?
    Not long at all. Kevin can usually walk through a house and determine what he can offer within 30 minutes. He’s able to do this so fast because he comes prepared. Before he visits your house, he will have already done a lot of research on the house and what others are selling for in the area. You won’t have to wait long at all to see what he can offer you.
  • If I submit my information to this website, how long will it take to get a response?"
    If you submit your information to this website during normal business hours (any day of the week, between 8:00am and 5:00pm), Kevin will usually contact you within a few minutes. If you submit your information after hours, Kevin will contact you first thing the next morning (unless it’s Sunday. In that case, he will contact you either Sunday afternoon or Monday morning).
  • What happens after you solve my problem and get me the cash that I deserve?
    We may have our contractors repair the house and add it to our rental portfolio, or we do an “HGTV” rehab on the house and aim to put it on the market within the next 6 months. The responsibility is ours and you walk away without the burden of the property and its challenges.
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