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We are a Safe, Reliable and Trustworthy Wholesaler of Real-Estate

We are Wholesalers Providing a Fast, Friendly, and Stress-Free Way to Sell Your Property

Rely on Matthew Carlton Properties, Inc. when you want to purchase a great home to live in without the need for a huge down payment or perfect credit. As a group of experienced realtors, investors, bird dogs, and wholesalers, we find and acquire the best deals in real estate in our area and make them available for commercial and residential purposes. We offer rent-to-own properties in Richmond, VA and the Tri-State Area. You can also turn to us when you need guidance in real estate investment as well as to select from a wide range of residential and commercial properties that may be available. Unlike other companies, we go the extra mile to understand your needs. We take a keen interest in assessing each house to make sure that you get the best deal possible. You don’t have to settle for anything less!

Put Cash in Your Pockets Today

No matter the reason for wanting to put your home up for sale, as real estate wholesalers we have flexible solutions for your individual situation. Selling your house to us is quick and easy because we have cash and don’t need to wait on a bank’s approval for financing.

We understand that selling a house can be stressful, especially when you need money as soon as possible. Throughout the process, you can expect us to treat you with dignity and respect. We leave it up to you to pick a date of your choice for closing the deal. To learn more about wholesale process, click here.


We are Realtors Providing Pricing Knowledge, Marketing Experience, Negotiation and Closing Assistance along with Professional Advice.

Value of a Realtor

Homeowners sometimes wonder if they would be dollars ahead by selling their house themselves and saving the fees that are paid to a Realtor. People with a sales background in some other field are particularly tempted to do it on their own. Twenty years ago, when things were much simpler, some people did have success selling their houses themselves. Today, we face a much more complicated world in every endeavor including home sales. Here are some of the services that a Realtor provides: 

Knowledge

It is not easy to determine the proper asking price. Realtors now have computer terminals in their offices that notify them of new listings, recent sales, and price changes as they occur. This vital information reflects the current market in your area as it really is. After making many comparisons between your home and like properties, your Realtor can recommend an asking price that is competitive with similar homes on the market. After the house is listed, periodic checks can be made into the computer system to assure you that your price does keep pace with ever-changing market conditions. 

Marketing Experience

Because the sale of your home profoundly affects your financial well-being, it is no undertaking for an amateur. It is best to get the help and advice of someone who is working in the real estate business everyday. Realtors also possess selling tools not available to the average homeowner. These include membership in a multiple listing service, large advertising budgets, access to the transferee through referral organizations and corporate relocation departments and home financing expertise used to qualify buyers. 

Negotiation and Closing Assistance

Handling an offer and counter-offer require the right touch. This is only learned through experience. Once the offer is signed and accepted, the job is still not complete. Now, the sale must be guided through numerous closing procedures that involve financing, inspections, conditions, legalities, and a myriad of details. 

Advice

Get the best price for your home by using the services of Realtor. To learn more, click here.


What does a Property Manager do?

We are an Experienced Property Management Company using Technology and Innovation to Protect your Real Estate Investments.

A property manager is someone who takes care of the many aspects of residential, commercial, or industrial properties. They make sure the property is rented, looks nice, operates smoothly, and preserves its resale value. When owners of homes, apartments, office buildings, or retail or industrial properties lack the time or expertise needed for the day-to-day management of their real estate properties, they often hire a property or real estate manager or a community association manager. Managers are employed either directly by the owner or indirectly through a contract with a property management firm.

Property managers typically do the following:

  • Meet with, and show properties to, prospective renters
  • Discuss the lease and explain the terms of occupancy
  • Collect monthly fees from tenants
  • Inspect all building facilities, including the grounds and equipment
  • Arrange for new equipment or repairs as needed to keep up the property
  • Pay or delegate paying of bills, such as mortgage, taxes, insurance, payroll, and cleaning
  • Contract for trash removal, swimming pool maintenance, landscaping, security, and other services
  • Investigate and settle complaints, disturbances, and violations
  • Keep records of rental activity
  • Prepare budgets and financial reports
  • Know and comply with local fair housing laws; do not discriminate when renting or advertising.

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Licensed Class A Home Improvement Specialist

We are a Licensed Class “A” Home Improvement Contractor servicing the Richmond and Tri-Cities Area

Our Primary Duties

Home Improvement contractors are primarily responsible for completing a building project on time and within a budget. They may oversee the building of a new structure, renovation of a historic building or remodeling of an existing house. Contractors generally don’t do any of the heavy lifting on a construction site themselves, but they oversee teams of contractors and subcontractors who are doing the work. Building contractors also fill out necessary paperwork and adhere to local, regional or national guidelines.

In addition to building new structures or overseeing the restoration of existing ones, contractors may also be tasked with bringing existing buildings up to code. For example, they may add wheelchair-accessible ramps or upgrade electrical circuits. On existing buildings, contractors may also be asked to check the structural integrity, such as foundation settlement issues or improper cement curing.

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