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Jul 18 2013 Selling a House Fast in San Antonio – Repairs to Do and Getting Professional Help

Though the real estate market seems to be recovering, when people put their home out for sale, they realize that selling a house fast is still not that easy. There can be many reasons why selling a house for cash and selling it quickly might be the only solution for the owner: maybe the family living in the house needs money to invest into another house or to stop foreclosure; they may want to move to another part of the country or they just need a change of setting. Whatever the motivation behind the intention of selling a house fast are, chances of success can be exponentially improved if the owners make the house more appealing to potential buyers and if they adopt a practical approach to the entire sales procedure. In what follows, we would like to present a few tips and suggestions you may consider in order to make the selling easier and to…

How to a Sell House Fast – San Antonio Real Estate Tips

The more you learn on today’s real estate market, the more you realize that selling a house fast is an impossible task. When there are hundreds of offers on the market, when everybody negotiates and renegotiates for closing a deal, where does your offer fit in? Well, the answer is simple: it fits in the hands of real estate experts that can transform this complex procedure into a pleasant experience for everyone concerned. Knowing the stress of selling a house fast, these companies will make sure that everything goes smooth and without any problems. Selling a House for Cash Has Never Been Simpler! Apparently, there are other options to listing your house on real estate directories and waiting for somebody to call you the next day. Instead of the traditional ways, more and more people consider hiring a specialist for all the hard work. Here is a list with what…

May 31 2013 May 2013

Hi! and thanks for taking a look at our blog! 2012 Was a very slow year for us, we picked up some projects that took a lot more time and effort than anticipated. Although the projects were lengthy, a lot of valuable experience was gained and we were very pleased with the results. We sold a few of our houses right near the beginning of the year and the buyers we worked with were wonderful. With some of our inventory completed and sold, 2013 has started off very quickly! We immediately began looking for new properties, preferably with shorter turnaround times. A friend contacted us about a property that was in distress and we were able to help the owner avoid foreclosure. Shortly after closing that deal, we were approached by another investor who had a client looking to sell a property she had inherited through an estate. There were…

February 2012 Entry

Hello and welcome to Hausman Homebuyers’s first blog update for 2012!  Since the last entry, we have been working hard on our houses in Terrell Hills and in Alamo Heights.  Our third project, a new home in Alamo Heights, is scheduled to get started in the next couple of weeks.  In this entry we are going to tell you about our house on Montclair Avenue in Alamo Heights.  According to the Bexar County Appraisal District (BCAD), the original footprint of this home was 872 square feet and was built in 1939.  BCAD also lists an additional area of 520 square feet to bring the total footage of the house to 1392.  Based on the materials used, we assume this addition was done sometimes in the mid 1980’s.  Below is a photo of exterior of the home just after we purchased it.    Due to the poor condition of the house,…

Dec 2011 Update

Well, I got a little off track with the blog, or maybe A LOT off track — it’s been over year since the last one!  This past year has been a good one, so in the blog entry I’ll update you on all that’s happened… At the time of the last entry, we had just purchased a rock cottage in Olmos Park Terrace through an estate sale.  After the closing we were contacted by some buyers who wanted to fix up the house themselves for their personal residence.  Although I was really excited to remodel this house, we decided that it made the best business sense to make the sale.  Here is a photo of the rock cottage – it’s a pretty cool looking house with a lot of potential!   We had also been remodeling three properties to put up for sale.  The houses were located in Alamo Heights,…

August Update

It’s been a while since the last update, but we’ve been working on a two-part entry about buying houses at the foreclosure auction.  Those two entries will be coming very soon!  For now, we’ll focus on the two latest pieces of news: 1) we finally closed on the purchase of the rock cottage in Olmos Park Terrace; and 2) we finished remodeling our house in Windcrest and it is now for sale! Olmos Park Terrace House When purchasing property through an estate, you have to have a lot of patience.  Often, there are many heirs that have to agree and sign off on the sale – and they don’t always agree.  The rock cottage we just purchased was in an estate.  The heirs couldn’t agree what to do with the house, so a sale had to be ordered by the court.  There were many parties involved including the court, the…

July 13th update

Hi, welcome to the latest blog update for Hausman Homebuyers! In the last blog entry, we were looking at buying a couple of houses. We missed out on one of them because the owner decided against selling, but we ended up getting one that was a court-ordered sale. It’s a really cool stone bungalow that we’ll be closing on at the end of the month. Lately we’ve been working on two houses that aren’t our usual jobs. A “usual” job takes about 4-6 weeks and involves mainly cosmetic remodeling such as: replacing cabinets & countertops, replacing plumbing & light fixtures, re-tiling kitchens & baths, painting, and replacing flooring. These two jobs are complete overhauls – pretty much like building a new house, except for a little more difficult. One of these projects is a duplex located in Alamo Heights that was built in 1904. The highest and best use for…

2nd Blog entry

Well, 6 weeks later and I am finally writing my 2nd blog entry. I am planning on updating it much more frequently, sorry it has taken so long! Due to the time spent getting the website live and a heavy workload the last 6 weeks, the blog has been low priority. In this entry, I’m going to tell you a little bit about what’s been going on with our business. Since the last update, the two houses we had on the market have sold, we bought a house in Windcrest, and we are waiting to hear back on an offer we put in to purchase another house. We’re really excited to get started on the Windcrest house. It’s on a quiet, well-kept, cul-de-sac and will be very desirable when the remodeling is complete. The offer we are waiting to hear back on is a court-ordered sale and there is a…

Welcome to Hausman Home Buyers!

Hi! This is Lazar Hausman, president of Hausman Homebuyers, Inc. I’d like to personally thank you for taking the time to look at our site and read the blog. This is my first blog entry. I’m not even sure what to write! I guess I’ll tell you a little bit about myself and investing in the real estate business. I wasn’t born in San Antonio, but my family moved here when I started kindergarten. I lived here until graduating high school, and then lived in Austin while attending undergraduate and graduate school there. I’ve been back in San Antonio ever since, so this is my home and where I’m from. My uncle got me started in the real estate business. He has close to 30 years of experience and used to buy 10-12 houses a month! Those were the good old days when there wasn’t much competition. Today’s real estate…



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