Frequently asked questions
Buying Process & Criteria
Is there a cost to me (the building owner) to receive an offer from you, the buyer?
No cost. This is a no obligation, free offer. All expenses related to providing you a real written offer is the sole responsibility of Coast Mountain Capital LLC.
If I wish to have one, can you work my real estate agent and broker when selling my multifamily/ apartment building?
Yes we can. Even though we are direct buyers and not realtors which can potentially save you on commission costs, we are happy to work with your real estate agent in order to broker the best deal for both parties.
Is it that easy to sell my house or small multifamily building to you?
We'll be frank here, it really depends on you. We are trying to create a win-win solution where you can sell your building and where we can still pay our bills and provide a fair return on investment for our investors.
What if I'm out of state, or out of country? Are you able to purchase the home from me?
Yes we can still purchase your building. If you have access to a phone and internet then you can provide us with the information needed for us to analyze the house. Once we have considered all the factors, then we can send over an offer and get you one step closer to having your property sold.
Can you buy my building "as is"?
Yes, we can buy your building "as is" in almost all cases.
How do you determine the price you will offer me on my property?
We look at a large number of factors when determining how much we will be offering. Some include:
What type of information will you be asking me during my phone call?
In order for us to start the due diligence process, we will need property information such as the legal owner and/or entity name. We will also need to know the address.
How about short sales, foreclosures, bankrupcies?
We will consider homes that are under foreclosures, bankrupcies or short sales.