WE BUY HOUSES IN FENTON, MI
We buy houses in Fenton for 100% cash. We work hard to fund our offers as quickly as possible. You also get to choose your own move out date. Do you have an Fenton, Michigan home with tenants? We buy any home in Fenton. If you have nightmare tenants, problems with your foundation, or other damage, we are always happy to provide you with a fair all cash offer on your house.
We Buy Houses in Fenton
We offer 100% cash for your Fenton Michigan home. We would love to make you an honest, no-obligation cash offer on your property. Our offers are funded quickly.
Sell Your Fenton, MI House Today For Cash!
Are you looking to sell your home in Fenton? Avoid real estate agents that can take months to fund your sale. Get cash right now! We buy properties in Fenton, regardless of condition. We will give you a fair all-cash quote. Selling your home for cash is an excellent option for homeowners that would like to enjoy a smooth sale. It doesn’t matter the condition of your home. We buy houses in Fenton, Michigan.
- Water damage
- Fire damage
- Cracked Foundation
- Behind on Payments
- Tax Liens
Our team is ready to give you a fair and all cash offer for your house. In many cases, we can do everything over the phone! If you need to sell your home quickly, nobody else will take care of you better and in such a short time. If you need a fast option to get cash for houses, We let you skip the stress involving your ugly home because we purchase houses as-is. We close as soon as possible so you can get your cash faster. It’s that easy. So enjoy the time and convenience of selling your house for cash today!
About Fenton, Michigan
Fenton is a city in Michigan that lies primarily in Genesee County. Fenton has small portions in neighboring Oakland and Livingston Counties. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 11,756. Fenton includes several historic buildings. It was home to the first aviation school in Michigan and the A.J. Phillips Fenton Museum.
History of Fenton, Michigan
Fenton was originally established in 1834 and was named Dibbleville after Clark Dibble, one of its first settlers. It was platted in 1837 as Fentonville by William M. Fenton. When the settlement was incorporated as a village in 1863, the name Fenton was used. The post office used the name Fentonville until 1886, when it adopted the name Fenton to match.
Fenton Re-invigoration Plan
In the 1970s, the city leveled its downtown buildings and closed Leroy Street as part of an urban renewal plan. In 2011, the restoration of the old downtown proceeded with the all new Cornerstone building. In 2013, the renovation and expansion of the old Fire Hall saw it converted into a restaurant named The Fenton Fire Hall.
Cash For Michigan Houses – About Us
We buy properties in the following Livingston County Cities: Brighton, Fenton, Howell, Green Oak, Cohoctah, Deerfield, Deerfield township, Hamburg, Handy, Hartland, Iosco, Marion township, Oceola, Putnam, Tyrone township and Unadilla