Selling my rental portfolio for cash

I made the decision to buy a bunch of Portland, OR real estate.

I decided that I was going to live off my portfolio plus just be a proprietor. Well I actually didn’t like it. I found it terrible dealing with tenants. I was consistently getting calls about obstructed sinks, driveways that need to be taken care of, plus concerns with the neighbors. I also was hounding people for cash, stressing about unrented spaces, plus dealing with making updates to the buildings. I barely made cash from renting out. It was more work than it was worth sincerely. So I decided that I just wanted to sell my Portland, OR apartments. There were more than 2 of them to list individually. It would have taken forever getting a real estate agent involved. I also didn’t want the agent taking a cut of the cash. I didn’t want to make updates, kick out tenants, or deal with staging either. So I ended up looking at selling my Portland, OR apartments for cash, and cash for cabin offers are just great. With these you don’t need to do a thing. No updates, no cleaning or staging. No real estate agent means no fees or closing costs either. It is just you plus the buyer. The cash customer can get you a deal in a morning rather than haggle for months, then once you agree on a price, you sign plus are fantastic to go. With a sizable portfolio like mine, it was actually nice being able to abruptly go through the properties. I wanted to take the cash plus invest in another venture too.

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