Do You Need to Sell Your Kenton House Fast?
The housing market in the Kenton area has been taking off over the last several years. You might be asking yourself "how can I sell my house fast?" As in today, this month or as soon as possible. We give Portland home owners cash for their homes and we're looking to purchase houses in the Kenton
We have helped several homeowners in the Kenton area facing difficult situations such as: needing quick cash, avoiding foreclosure, relocating, moving out of the country, divorce, unforeseen financial problems or being behind on their mortgage and want out. Maybe you have a home that has been nothing but a pain in the neck? Please get in touch so we can help.
Why Sell to Us?
As many people find out, selling your house can be very expensive and sometimes fairly complicated. With our simple approach we make it easy and take the complications out of selling your Kenton home. There are a number of benefits when working with us, including:
- No bank financing
- No sales commission
- No fees of any kind
- No inspections (we're licensed contractors)
- No waiting, we can get you cash in days
Sell house fast today. If you own a home in the Kenton area and are looking to sell today for cash, please contact us today to set up an appointment. We'll make you an all cash offer and take the hassle of selling off of your mind.
Kenton Neighborhood in Portland OR
Located in Northeast Portland, Kenton has a lot to offer people who live there, especially with all of the growth and construction that is taking place. One of the biggest benefits with living in Kenton neighborhood is the variety jobs that are currently available in the area. In addition, Kenton has a variety of restaurants, shops and bars that make it unique. Kenton is very centrally located and its residents enjoy limited driving time to get downtown, it's a great area to live in to save time by not sitting in traffic in a daily commute.
The land that now comprises Kenton was sold to the Associated Banking & Trust Company which had been organized in 1892 for the purpose of investing in and developing real estate. The corporation became indebted to the Ainsworth Bank, and on October 28, 1897, the tract was sold to cover debts by the Multnomah County Sheriff to J.C. Ainsworth for $15,000. The tract remained relatively undeveloped for years, and owes its development to the evolution of the meat industry. Cattle were herded down Kenton’s main street (Denver Avenue), with the last drive taking place in 1928.
Within what is now the Kenton area was the second largest city in Oregon – Vanport. According to Kenton resident, Marge Davis, “Vanport City had a terrible effect on Kenton. The demise of Kenton was due partially to the highway — Interstate Avenue. Highway 99 used to come right through Kenton.
- Needs Repairs
- Fire Damaged
- Unwanted Property
- Water Damaged
- Rental Properties
- Unfinished Construction
- Single Family Homes
- Multi-Family Homes
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