Frequently Asked Questions

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We are more than happy to answer any questions!

Who typically sells properties to Taylor Investment Company?

Homeowners that are in some degree of distress or looking to move quickly. Sometimes a life event or the government is pushing the homeowner to move. 

 

Is this a scam?

No. Check with the Better Business Bureau. Please feel free to bring an attorney to our meeting. We are open to any and all questions. We go by the law and are happy to answer any questions – just ask. 

 

My house needs repairs. Do you still want it?

Yes!

 

I don’t understand the tax forfeiture process. Can you explain it to me?

Yes! Give us a call and we can talk you through it.

 

My house isn’t in tax forfeiture. Do you still want it?

Yes, we do. We buy all types of homes. 

 

How do you determine your cash offer?

We have our own appraisal process that includes an onsite inspection of your home.

 

How much are you willing to pay?

Once we see the bones of the house we can make you an offer. We look through the clutter. In a quick 30 minutes we evaluate the house. This is a non-intrusive evaluation. We are only looking at the bones of the house.

 

What does this process cost me?

Only your time.
 

How long does it take to get my money?

In as little as 7 days. In some cases, we make a partial payment the day we meet to evaluate the property.

 

How long is this process?

As fast as 7 days.

 

I need to stay in my home. Is that OK?

In many cases, yes. We are open to a reasonable amount of time. This is based on every individual situation. 

 

My property was recently appraised. Will you offer me the appraised value?

We’ll pay you a fair price according to conditions in today’s market.

 

Will you pay me market value for my property?

We’ll pay you a fair price according to conditions in today’s market.

 

My house is a mess. Is that OK?

Yes!

 

Where do you purchase homes?

Throughout all of Minnesota.

 

Do you charge a fee to visit the property and make an offer?

No.