We’ve got options…
In a recent post, we talked about the changes in our industry where many small to mid-sized Inns may have more value as a single family residence than they do as a Commercial Bed & Breakfast Inn. There are also other significant changes in the Real Estate Industry and the way properties are being bought & sold. Although these options do not work for everyone, they do provide options to consider.
Option # 1:
This is a program for an owner who needs / desires to sell their home in as little as 14 days. When we meet with a seller who is looking to put their Inn on the market, we will discuss the QuickBuy program in detail. This program will not work for everyone, but it will work for some. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices has authorized its realtors such as us, at B & B Consulting, to offer this program to select markets. Contact Rob Sales for the details on this program.
Receive an immediate offer on a qualified home, close on your timeline, in as few as 14 days.
- Flexible closing
- Enjoy a hassle-free sale process
- Bypass home showings
- Eliminate time and expense of home sale prep
- Purchase your next home with confidence
Option # 2:
This is not a distressed auction program. In fact, it is quite the opposite. The average auction price of a property is in the range of $2M. Again, we can offer this to you as an option to consider.
Option # 3:
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
As a licensed realtor with each of the above companies we will continue to use the services and resources of the largest Real Estate Brokerage company in the United States. Not only does B&B Consulting offer you years of experience in helping folks in the hospitality industry buy and sell Bed & Breakfast Inn, we also have been successful Inn owners.
We are sure our industry will continue to change and evolve, and we will be just as resilient and progressive to offer you the service you have come to expect by following the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 11 Best Practices. Let us remind you, “We are the Forever Agents”-Warren Buffett.