We Buy Ugly Houses in Monroe, NC
We buy ugly houses in Monroe, NC and surrounding areas.
If you have an ugly house in Monroe, 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 Monroe, 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 Monroe, NC
Monroe was founded as a planned settlement. In 1843, the first Board of County Commissioners, appointed by the General Assembly, selected an area in the center of the county as the county seat, and Monroe was incorporated that year. It was named for James Monroe, the country’s fifth president. It became a trading center for the agricultural areas of the Piedmont region, which cultivated tobacco.
For Monroe, like many small and medium-sized towns across the state, the arrival of the railroad was essential for the town’s growth and progress. It was in 1874 that the Carolina Central Railway Company completed its line between Wilmington, the state’s major seaport, and Charlotte, a southern Piedmont city which was eventually to become the state’s most populous.
The city of Monroe still remains a hub of industrial and retail activity within the region and remains the focus of culture and commerce within Union County. Millions of dollars in renovations and façade improvements, annual festivals, and new interest in professional housing have made Downtown Monroe again the place for commerce and travelers alike.
Main Street has shops, chic spas, and salons. The historically significant Victorian Courthouse, built in 1886, is a magnificent building, which attracts residents and visitors. The southern part of the city is home to quaint downtown shops and a variety of restaurants and businesses. The downtown area has several small park areas and fountains. The city is also home to some very interesting museums.
Metro Area Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill
Standard Zip Codes 28110, 28112
P.O. Box Zip Codes 28111
Phone Area Codes 704
Time Zone Eastern (-5 hours from GMT)
Daylight Savings The city observes Daylight Saving Time.