When you contact us to sell your home you will find out why we are the #1 buyer of houses in the U.S. The best part is, our franchises have offices right here in Massachusetts to buy your house as-is, without all the hassles. Whether you want to sell your house in Boston, Plymouth, Framingham, Lowell, Dedham, Cape Cod or anywhere else in Massachusetts, HomeVestors® is the one to call.

Do you need to sell your house quickly? The team at HomeVestors® has offices located right here in Massachusetts and throughout the greater Boston area. You may know us from our catchy advertisements that say “We Buy Ugly Houses”. The fact is, we don’t just buy ugly houses, We buy “the good, the bad and the ugly!”

HomeVestors® franchisees are ready to buy your house and put cash in your hands. Our franchisees have purchased homes from thousands of happy customers. When it’s time to buy a house, we work quickly, we pay cash and we typically even pay for your closing costs. Whether it’s a condo, a single family home, a two-family home or any size multi-family home, we buy them all.

Many people in Massachusetts need to sell their house fast, often for reasons that are beyond their control. We often work with people who need to relocate quickly for a job, are going through a divorce, are downsizing or who have inherited property. Going through the normal real estate process can be time consuming and frustrating. We eliminate the typical headaches and hassles that come with selling your home the traditional way by purchasing the house as-is for cash and closing whenever is best for you.

People love buying houses in Beantown. Buying and selling homes in the Baystate is one of the great luxuries of living here. People from all over the country are moving into the area to be closer to the big city, as well as the cultural traditions few other cities in the country can match. Some of the best selling counties include Middlesex, Essex, Plymouth, Dukes and Nantucket. So if your wanting to sell your house we’re ready to help you do it fast!

When a Massachusetts area house is put on the market through the normal channels it can take months, if not years, for an offer to be made. Unfortunately, an offer doesn’t mean that the sale will go through. Buyers have to qualify for loans. Banks demand inspections before they will approve a mortgage. Repairs are often required before closing. Contracts can be contingent on the sale of the buyer’s existing home. The whole process can be very time consuming, leaving you wondering when, if ever, you will receive your money.

Find out why so many people sell their house to us. There is a good reason that we are the largest buyer of residential homes in the United States. There is not obligation or cost to simply find out why so many people contact us first. Fill out our short online form and one of our Massachusetts franchisees will contact you quickly. They will meet with you, inspect your property and answer any questions. It doesn’t matter what condition your home may be in. We buy houses in any condition, all over Massachusetts. After the meeting we will move quickly to make you a fair offer.

Fill out the form and get started today. We never charge any fees for inviting us to your home to see if our offer to buy your home is the best fit, and there’s no obligation.

We Buy Ugly Houses in the Greater Boston Area

The City of Boston has many nicknames like, “The Athens of America, The Puritan City, The City of Champions” and the most popular nickname, “Beantown.” Whatever nickname you give Boston there is one thing you can count on; the people of Boston loves their city. People flock to the hub of Boston and surrounds itself with sister cities. So if you want to sell your Boston home fast there is no other agency that is ready to make things move.

One of Boston’s many ‘sister cities’, Cambridge Massachusetts was named after the University of Cambridge in England. The city boasts a sizable population quickly approaching 110,000. Income levels in Cambridge sit just above the state average, with the median household earning just under $70K annually. Housing values reflect equally positive conditions for Cambridge citizens, with values having risen $230,000 to an average $566,100 since the year 2000. These numbers represent a large variance from the home value state average, which still remains around $340,000 for Massachusetts.

This large Norfolk County town is imbued with U.S. history, including bragging rights as the birthplace of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, and the legendary statesman, John Hancock. Its moderately large population of nearly 93,000 contributes greatly to the bustle of neighboring Boston, MA. Quincy’s household income statistics match up closely with the state average, as do the home values, although prices in Quincy are slightly higher. Houses in Quincy remain popular properties, as the residences dotting the suburban landscape offer appeal with cozy New England charm.

Just 10 miles from downtown Boston, Lynn, MA is slightly smaller than Quincy. Originally thriving as an old industrial center, Lynn suffered several devastating fires in the 1970’s and 80’s. As the city was restored, it largely became a collegiate locale for North Shore Community College. Household income levels and home values are statistically lower than the state averages, and renters enjoy a lower than usual monthly payment. Lynn remains a scenic harbor community, attracting many student residents and Bostonian commuters who prefer a suburban homestead.

This beautiful New England town lies only seven miles from Boston, but doesn’t actually have its own city center. Rather, it is a composition of 13 small villages. Newton, MA is the 11th largest city in the state with a population of about 85,000. Safe, quiet neighborhoods, good schools and a short commute to downtown Boston make Newton a desirable location for its residents. Household income and home value averages are significantly higher than state averages, sitting at $108K and $685K respectively. While any Newtonian can take his or her pick of premium properties, renters should expect to pay above-average monthly rates right around the $1,500 mark.

While Somerville has a lower population than many of Boston’s surrounding areas (it’s about 75,000), it is also the most densely populated city in New England…not to mention the 17th most densely populated city in the United States. No stranger to accolades, Somerville received the All America City Award in 2009 and the Boston Globe called Somerville one of the best managed cities in the country. The steadily rising population, incomes and housing values over the past 25 years have been largely attributed to the arrival of Boston’s red line subway tracks through the city in 1985.

Perhaps best known for being the home of Tufts University, Medford, MA lies only five miles outside of downtown Boston, yet features a population of only 56,000. With much of Boston’s societal and economic influences spilling over into Medford, most non-natives are likely to overlook its sovereignty from the metropolis. Housing and income stats in Medford are quite close to that of the state on the whole. As for historical charm, one need look no further than Medford if seeking out the tiny tavern where the legendary Christmas carol ‘Jingle Bells’ was first penned.

Bordering the cities of Boston and Newton, the town of Brookline, MA was independently incorporated in 1705. A ladies’ town to be sure, Brookline females significantly outnumber males, by about 10% on average. With strong household income stats and housing values nearly double the state average, Brookline has attained prestige as one of the finer locales in which to take up residence near the Boston area. Many might consider Brookline one large verdant garden, segmented only slightly with the necessary urban features. The breathtaking landscape is a pride of the town.

Regarded in at least one periodical as the ‘best place to raise kids in Massachusetts’, Malden has a population moderately lower than surrounding cities (around 60K). Malden enjoys a lower-than-average crime rate and steadily declining jobless rates. Typical housing prices very closely match up with state averages, with only a few thousand dollars difference. It might not seem very scary, but horror novelist Stephen King might think so; he has mentioned Malden, MA in his works several times.