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We buy and sell real estate investment properties for cash.
Welcome to the home of Sesa Properties, a real estate investment company. Here you can get an offer for your investment properties, find investment properties to buy, and learn about real estate investing. Whether you are a buyer or seller we have a wealth of helpful articles, videos, tools, resources, tips and tricks. Get started below by selecting the best option for you.
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Sell Your Real Estate For Cash
We buy homes, rentals and multifamily properties as-is, for cash.
Why sell your property to us?
- Get a offer in 24 hours
- Get cash in as little as 14 days
- Make zero repairs (sell as-is)
- Pay no commissions, fees or closing costs
If you don’t like our offer, then market it to our exclusive network of investors to find a buyer.
Get started by requesting a quick cash offer for your property now.
Buy Investment Real Estate
Find your next investment property.
Check out our:
- Off-market properties
- Cheap rentals
- Vacant lots
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We offer a collection of helpful property investing resources including articles, services, tools, etc.
Get the resources you need to hyper-drive your real estate journey.
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Who Is Sesa Properties?
Sesa Properties is a real estate investment company. We acquire, sell, and hold a portfolio of investment properties. We buy single-family houses, multifamily properties, and vacant land regardless of condition, age, size, or seller situation. We provide fair cash offers based on market value and our estimated, necessary repairs. Check out our home buying site to learn more.
In addition, we strive to offer helpful resources to our investor network. These include a wealth of articles, tips & tricks. Check out our RE investing resource center to learn more.
FAQs About Us & Investing in Real Estate
Q: Does Sesa Properties buy, sell real estate, or both?
A: We buy real estate investment properties. We then sell or hold and oversee the management of a portfolio of real estate investments as rental properties.
Q: What is an investments property?
A: In real estate, an investment is any allocation of money put into an asset with the expectation that it will produce a benefit in the future. In plain English, a real estate investment is when you put money (invest) into a property with the intention of getting a benefit from it. The benefit can come in the form of cash flow or in appreciation of the investment’s value. A real estate investment property can be a house, a building, a piece of land, etc.
Q: Why invest in property?
A: Real estate property is one form of an investment asset. These investments offer several ways to make money, including rental income (cash flow) and appreciation (upon the sale of the property). In addition investing in real property offers tax benefits, especially if held for an adequate amount of time. Learn more about real estate investing.
Q: Can I afford to invest in property?
A: It’s almost always possible to invest in real estate regardless of how much money you have. If your funds are not adequate to buy a property yourself you still have options. For example you might be able to acquire a property with a partner(s). Or you can find investment opportunities and bring them to investors in order to gain equity that way. There are endless options, regardless of your financial situation. Learn more about finding discounted properties and real estate investing.
Q: What are the risks of investing in property?
A: Every investment has risks. Stocks and bonds have the risk of losing value. Similarly, real estate investments, in the form of real property or investment funds (known as a REIT), have the risk of losing value (depreciation). In addition, because they are real property they also require maintenance and repairs, which costs real money. When maintained properly and regularly these expenses become part of normal operation. However, like with any property there is a chance of large, unexpected expenses. Find out more about real estate investing…