We Buy Ugly Houses in Matthews, NC
We buy ugly houses in Matthews, NC and surrounding areas.
If you have an ugly house in Matthews, NC, contact us for a free offer. We buy ugly houses most people don’t want. With our owner’s background in construction and structural engineering, we’re qualified to handle any fixer-upper (browse to the right to learn more about the owner ▶ ▶ ▶).
- We can close on the ugly house quickly…this closing can be 7-10 days using a local experienced closing attorney.
- We buy “as-is”…we buy ugly houses as-is without requesting you to perform costly repairs or clean-up.
- There are no realtor commissions – since we are buying direct from you there is no 3% buyer’s agent fee and no 3% seller’s agent fee. That’s a savings of 6% of the sales price. ($6000 for a $100,000 sales price).
- Depending on the sales price we agree on, sometimes we can assist with moving expenses. This would certainly make the transition to your next home a little easier.
- In most cases, we can cover all of the closing costs.
What do you consider an ugly house?
- Major repairs such as structural issues, electrical rewiring, re-plumbing, HVAC replacement, roof replacement, and more.
- No updates in the last 20 years (or more!)
- Abandoned or vacant for an extended period of time
- High crime area or undesirable neighborhood
- Back taxes or back payments
- Liens or judgments
- Upside down mortgage where the balance owed is higher than the home’s worth
- A home that puts or keeps a homeowner in any type of negative situation
We buy ugly houses in Matthews, NC. If you or someone you know may have an ugly house, either call our 24-hour phone line at 704-727-6161 or fill out our form above.
About Matthews, NC
Matthews was established in the early 1800s as a small farming community. Nestled between Charlotte and Monroe, the area now known as Matthews was unspoiled rolling woodlands with large stands of trees. Farmers began clearing the land for planting around the start of the 19th century. Cotton grew well and soon became the primary cash crop. As the land was cleared for planting, so many tree stumps were left standing that the early settlement was unofficially known as Stumptown.
It was renamed in 1825 to Fullwood after John Fullwood, the area’s first postmaster. The Carolina Central Railway first entered the town on December 15, 1874. At that time, the town’s name was changed again to Matthews after Edward Watson Matthews, a railroad director. It was incorporated in 1879.
Today, Matthews’s population has grown to over 30,000 citizens. Keeping pace with development in the area, Matthews’s city limits now encompass 17 square miles. There are hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, recreational facilities and a hospital. In 1996, the National Register of Historic Places listed 10 downtown buildings in Matthews. Known as Matthews Commercial District, they comprise a small, but remarkably intact, collection of structures dating from the late 19th to the early 20th century.
Matthews was designated a Bee City in December 2014, making it just the fifth city to receive the designation. Today, there are nearly 50 Bee Cities. Bee City USA is a national nonprofit organization that celebrates and raises awareness of the contribution bees and other pollinators make to our world by endorsing a set of commitments, defined in a resolution, for creating sustainable habitats for pollinators.
For more information check out http://www.matthewsnc.gov.
Metro Area Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill
Standard Zip Codes 28104, 28105
P.O. Box Zip Codes 28106
Phone Area Codes 704
Time Zone Eastern (-5 hours from GMT)
Daylight Savings The city observes Daylight Saving Time.