SRE Properties, LLC

SRE Properties, LLC SRE Properties, LLC has been buying houses & condos in Northern VA since 2002. We buy strictly AS-IS in ANY Condition for ALL CASH, and we can close FAST!

Founded in 2002, we purchase houses & condos in ANY Condition in the Northern Virginia area. All funding is in place, allowing us to buy your property as FAST as you need. We always buy strictly AS-IS, so you don't have to spend any time, money, or energy getting the property ready to sell. We buy all types of houses & condos, but we specialize in estate properties. See our web-site at for more information, to send us information about your property, and to read numerous testimonials from people who have sold to us.

Mission: To honestly, ethically, and reliably purchase houses and condos from people when they determine that is the best solution for their real estate problem.

Need to Sell a Northern Virginia House or Condo Fast?

Do you need to sell your house or condo fast? Without a home inspector telling you all of the stuff you must fix? Without paying a Realtor's commission? Without having a bunch of strangers coming thru your house? Without having to get rid of all of the personal items you don't know what to do with? Without having to deal with the myriad of details associated with a sale?

Then call SRE Properties, LLC at 888-961-2552, talk with someone who can actually make a decision vs just a "screener", get an offer, and relax!

Sell My Northern Virginia House or Condo Fast! We buy houses fast for cash. Do you have a house or other real estate that you must sell fast? Forget For Sale by Owner, we buy houses fast! Arlington, Frederick, Hagerstown, Brunswick, Montgomery, Potomac, Gaithersburg, Poolesville, Germantown, Rockvil…


Another testimonial from a happy seller!

We received a letter form Dean's company about two months after Bill's brother's sudden death. Being out of state and over 100 miles away, we were overwhelmed by the task of cleaning and getting an estate property ready for sale. Dean entered the situation, making a fair offer for the house in "as-is" condition (20% to 30% better than other buyers). He also offered to remove unwanted possessions and an old vehicle. He even helped get the lawn mowed. I would recommend him to anyone in this situation as he is honest, prompt in answering questions, and very pleasant to deal with.

Bill and Renee
Elkton, MD


When selling a house, why is it so important to sign a contract only with a "Direct Buyer"?

Many (and in fact "most") real estate investors who advertise they can pay all cash for a house actually don't have any cash at all. They will tie up your house with a purchase contract, then go out and try to find someone else who has the cash to buy the house. IF they do, they'll sell their contract with you (yes, contracts can be sold) to the 3rd party, and then that 3rd party will "hopefully" close on the contract. If all goes well, you still get your money, so you might be happy. But if you had sold directly to a Direct Buyer, then "you" would have gotten that additional money that the 1st person got when they sold the contract! And if the 3rd party buyer bails for some reason at the last minute, you're stuck with a contract with the 1st person that I guarantee you gives them a way to wiggle out. Bottom line: you should always sell to a Direct Buyer!


Many sellers who call us are concerned about the personal property that's left in the house; they simply don't know what to do with it. We always tell folks to "take what you want, and leave the rest behind". In many cases, depending on its value of course, we'll purchase the personal property. It's amazing how much of a burden relief this can be, especially in an estate situation: it's just so hard emotionally to part with things that were of value to Mom or Dad or Grandma, but quite frankly, aren't of much value to anyone else now.

What problems should I look for when buying a house that has been vacant or abandoned?

Do you have a vacant house due to a death or sudden relocation? Unfortunately, it's amazing how many things can go wrong when a house is vacant that wouldn't happen if it were occupied. This blog post explains some of the more common ones.

It’s amazing how fast a house starts deteriorating when it has been abandoned. A vacant house fares better when the electricity and air conditioning is still on, but shares some of the same problems that plague abandoned homes. Here’s what we look for during an inspection:


When you sell a house in Virginia, why don't I walk away from the settlement table with a check?


21800 Towncenter Plz, Ste 266A
Sterling, VA


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