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Sell Your Home

Home Buying Process

On the Phone

Step 1

Fill out our request form and we'll contact you via call or email.

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Step 2

Our team will conduct research and help you move through the selling process.

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Step 3

After 7 - 14 days we can close a fair deal and you'll have cash in your wallet!

How Fast Can I Sell My House?


We have the ability to close on properties within 14 days, we do everything in our power to help our sellers get settled into a new home situation when and if the property which they are selling is their primary residence. We strive to make the transaction as unobtrusive as possible by limiting house calls, inspections, or showings. Our overall goal is to make the transaction as seamless and comfortable to our sellers as is possible.




What Types of Homes Do We Sell?


Overrun Ranches, Homes, Condos, Homes Trashed by Tenants, Outdated Houses, Double Family Units, Overpriced Neighborhood and Old Farm Homes.




What is the Process of Selling My Property?


Step 1: Share your property information with a fast phone call overview. Call us +1 (307) 207-2300 Step 2: Our team will confirm that the home meets the list of criteria and we will schedule a time to view your home. Step 3: We buy the house at market value based on closing with cash in your wallet within anywhere from 14 days.




What Does our Company Name Mean?


  1. vag·a·bond

/ˈvaɡəˌbänd/

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  1. noun
    1. a person who wanders from place to place without a home or job.
  2. adjective
    1. having no settled home.

"a vagabond poacher"

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We see Vagabond Realty as your solution to stop wandering and help people settle and sell.




What Product or Services does Vagabond Realty Offer?


Helping people with problem properties (or properties that need to be sold for any reason) through creative property solutions. (Selling off market, taking over payments and a property that must be sold but doesn't have enough equity in it to sell, etc.)