Update an old Home or Sell As-Is?

Whether you’re a rehabber, wholesaler, cash home buyer or just a homeowner looking to fix up their house, taking on a remodeling job can be difficult. As Cash Home Buyers, we’ve been updating and remodeling homes for over 15 years. Over the years we’ve seen just about everything from easy “patch and paint” rehabs to complete “tear downs”.

If you’re a homeowner and you own an old outdated property, you may be thinking about remodeling it before your sell it. I’d think twice before wasting your money on fixing and updating a home just to place it on the market and hope for a sale. The professionals at Ligon Cash Home Buyers are experienced and specialize in updating and rehabbing outdated and damaged homes. We have a team of professionals that can handle any unforeseen issue we’re faced with. However as a homeowner once you begin opening walls and exposing issues your chance of selling the home without a full rehab quickly declines.

Buyers don’t want a home that they have immediately work on, and rehabbers prefer to start their own rehab, not take on another persons headache. So if you’re not an experienced rehabber I’d recommend you Sell the home As-Is to a Cash Home Buyer.

Some of the issues you may encounter are:

  • Permit issues
  • Electrical issues and code violations
  • Plumbing issues and code violations
  • Foundation issues and structural concerns
  • Old and outdated construction that needs to be brought up to code

That’s just to name a few. Once you add in the repair costs, Realtor commissions and hold time, you can walk away with a lot less than selling the home now as-is.

Here’s a recent home we bought As-Is and remodeled.


This home had several unforeseen issues that would have been a real problem for an inexperienced homeowner. However for the professionals at Ligon Cash Home Buyers it was just another day at the office. We’re very good at our job and we love what we do!

If you need to Sell Your Home Fast, give us call. We Buy Houses in:

  • South Florida: Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties
  • (954) 558-5015 Local Florida Office
  • West Tennessee: Shelby County and surrounding areas.
  • (901) 609-4669 Local Tennessee Office

Ligon Cash Home Buyers, We Buy Houses!

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The Ligon Group / Ligon Brothers

The Ligon Group of Companies: The Ligon Brothers. Michael Ligon aka “The Fixer” and David Ligon aka “Mr. Real Estate” are collectively known as the Ligon Brothers. The Ligon Brothers are Award-Winning Coaches, Real Estate Investors, Consultants, Authors and Wealth Creation Specialists. They developed and created LYNK Real Estate Systems, LYNK Wholesaling; The Real Estate Connector Method and The MLS Digital Flipping Method, each being a unique method for investing in real estate. Since the birth of their Investment Firm “The Ligon Group” the Ligon Brothers have flipped over 1,000+ properties and they’ve been involved in well over 2,500 real estate transactions. Their extensive experience in real-estate and house flipping has made them the go to guys for consulting on a variety of home improvement and house remodeling television series and documentaries. They also created a one of a kind online virtual learning center for Real Estate Investor training called LigonU. LigonU was created to provide a platform for up-and-coming entrepreneurs and investors to learn how to properly invest in real estate. The Ligon U format is 100% online and can be accessed from anywhere digitally. The distance learning center offers modulated online courses and programs for Wealth Creation and Real Estate Investing. Michael & David Ligon are also published authors, their book include; LYNK Wholesaling; The Real Estate Connector Method” and “Wolf Secrets; a Guide to master Any Negotiation n Any Industry”. As Authorities in their respective fields the Ligon Brothers are sought after advisors to several media outlets, celebrated members of the Forbes™ Business Council and Expert contributors to Entrepreneur Magazine™.

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