The first step you need to take if your home was damaged by a fire is to call your insurance company. The insurance company will tell you what your policy covers and how to make a claim.
A fire report is the documentation that reports what structure the fire was in, what area was involved in the fire, and the date and time of the incident.
If a fire has damaged your home, you can either repair or sell the house. Repairing a fire damaged home can be costly and usually depends on the extent of the fire damage, cost of the repairs, current living situation, and immediate financial needs. Even when some parts of the property have burned down or suffered scorch marks, there is an option for a local deal.
For some, repairing the home may be unattainable and selling the home may be in the owner’s best interest. If you are the owner of a fire damaged home, you may want to consider selling the home instead of paying for the costly repairs. Core Properties buys fire-damaged homes “as-is” in any condition and makes your selling experience as smooth and easy as possible by offering a deal.
At Core Properties, we know you are going through a lot when it comes to fire damage. If you have had recent fire damage to your home and want to know what your options are, give us a call for a free no obligation quote. Our goal is to provide you with an avenue to make an informed decision.
If you are in the St. Louis City, St. Louis County or St. Charles County area, reach out for a no obligation conversation.