When Karen Jones mother passed away, it was a trying time for the five children she left behind. The family home of 40 years was left to the care and responsibility of Karen and her siblings. The house needed a lot of repairs and updating; none of kids could easily afford to spruce up the newly inherited home. They decided they probably needed to sell the property, but were not sure which direction to go to sell it in its current state.
Karen learned about HomeVestors from one of her sisters. With nothing to lose, the two siblings decided to schedule a free consultation with a local independently owned and operated HomeVestors® franchise in Boston, WinWin Properties, LLC.
“Aaron Katz was informative, professional and understanding about our situation,” said Karen. “It’s hard to sell your family’s home of 40 years, especially when all five siblings were not able to meet at once. Aaron gave us straight-forward facts and provided us with the knowledge we needed to make an informed decision. He made each of us feel included in the decision-making process.”
“When we met Karen, and her siblings, we understood this was not an easy process for their family,” said Aaron. “Our focus was to simplify their complicated situation and provide a valuable service for selling their parents’ home. The home was in need of a significant amount of repairs to get it open-house ready. We knew the family was entrusting us with the care and remodel of their parents’ home
and we took that very seriously.”
Aaron called Karen and presented an offer within 24 hours of the consultation. He presented that offer not only to Karen, but to all of her siblings. Aaron successfully worked through the various questions and concerns of each family member and had all five siblings accept and approve selling the home to him.
“Getting five siblings to agree on one solution is not easy, in fact it was probably the greatest challenge for Aaron and his team,” said Karen. “HomeVestors was able to provide an easy, convenient and reasonable solution that we all could agree upon. It’s hard to put a price on that!”