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Need to sell your Cheapside house quick, but have no equity?
At Cash Property Sale we have an option for you! We have a free solution available that can help Cheapside sellers in difficult financial problems, even with no equity in their mortgage. It's called a No Equity Lease.
If a poor investment or a difficult financial situation have left your Cheapside property with no equity or negative equity, our No Equity Lease can help free you of mortgage payments in as little as one week.
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How do Cheapside No Equity Leases work?
Rather than offering our regular cash sale options, we offer to take over the mortgage payments and maintenance of the Cheapside property for a set period (usually around 7-10 years). During this period we have the option to buy the property at a fixed price, once we feel the value has risen to a suitable amount.
This is a win-win situation, since we are guaranteed a return on our outlay and you are able to secure a guaranteed no-equity sale of your Cheapside house, whilst no longer facing the burden of unmanageable monthly payments.
There is no extra involvement required at your end to get this organised, as we will pay all the legal fees and costs, including appointing an independent solicitor to act on your behalf.
Why choose our Cheapside No Equity Lease?
No Equity Leases in Cheapside from Cash Property Sale would be ideal for the following situations:
- You are facing repossession or are in arrears with your mortgage payments
- You are in a position to move on from your Cheapside property without a cash lump sum
- You want to get the full market price (or as close as possible) for your Cheapside property
- You want freedom from mortgage commitments and to move out ASAP
Our no equity house sale service is also available outside Cheapside SL5….
We know the Cheapside area well, but don't forget we also provide no-equity house sales in a number of other local areas in Greater London, the Home Counties and the South East of England: