Sell Your Home Fast in New Mexico

The ibuyhomes team is highly experienced in New Mexico real estate. We purchase homes in all New Mexico cities including Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, and Roswell. The ibuyhomes team assists homeowners that need to sell quickly for any number of reasons, including:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Divorce
  • Foreclosure
  • Inherited home in probate
  • Job loss
  • Problem tenant
  • Stressed landlord
  • Termite infestation/damage
  • Mold caused by a leaky roof
  • Fire damage
  • Structural damage
  • Water damage
  • Hurricane and wind damage
  • Sinkhole damage

We also work with New Mexico homeowners who don’t want to deal with showings, open houses and realtor fees. Even if you’re already under contract with a realtor, we may still buy your home.

Our team recognizes the potential in every property. You don’t need to make costly repairs, paint or clean to work with us. From inspection to closing, we control the entire process. ibuyhomes pays cash so we don’t need to work with banks or mortgage companies.

If we decide to move forward with an offer after evaluating your New Mexico property, we’ll quickly send you a written, no-strings-attached contract. You are free to accept or reject our offer. After the inspection process we typically close on the property in under five days. We can overnight all the documents if you’re unable to attend the closing. You’ll get paid immediately!

Contact us at 866-876-0128 (seven days a week) or fill out our Seller Form so we can conduct some preliminary research on your property. Your information will remain private, and you are under no obligation to move forward with a contract. If we can’t buy your home, the ibuyhomes team will try to find someone who can help you!

Here are some of the cities in which we buy houses across the state.

Sell Your New Mexico Home Fast. Get an Offer in 10 Minutes or Less.

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