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Frequently Asked Questions

In a nutshell, what is SHPP?

SHPP purchases your home directly from you in ‘as-is’ condition within 30 days or less or according to your timetable. We eliminate the stress and burden of a traditional home sale.

Who is behind SHPP?

Westview Real Estate is the company behind the Senior Home Purchase Program. It is a San Diego based real estate investment firm that seeks value-add opportunities.  Westview was one of the trailblazers of the single family home buy and hold strategy following the recent recession.  From 2008-2010, Westview accumulated 36 single family homes and condominiums in San Diego County, successfully re-positioned each asset and sold the entire portfolio in 2014.

Since its inception and throughout each investment opportunity, Westview strongly believes in conducting business with honesty, transparency and integrity.

How does SHPP determine the value of your home?

How does SHPP determine the offer price for your home?

How does the seller get comfortable with SHPP's Valuation?

Where does SHPP purchase homes?

SHPP is currently purchasing homes throughout most of Southern California, including San Diego County, south Riverside County, Orange County and Los Angeles County.

What types of homes does SHPP purchase?

SHPP will buy homes at nearly all price points but our typical purchase is under $1,500,000. If you are unsure about what your home is worth, contact us for an accurate estimate at no cost to you. See “How does SHPP determine the value of your home?”

What best describes the benefits of SHPP?

What costs are involved for the senior or their family?

There is absolutely no cost to the seller: no commissions, no title and escrow fees and no additional closing costs. In short, no hidden fees.

Does the senior need to be transitioning into a senior living community to qualify?

Can we choose our closing date?

What if the senior or the family needs additional time to transition out of their home?

Are there any exceptions that preclude us from buying the home as-is?

If the senior or the family already has a Real Estate agent representing them, does this work within the Program?

There are Real Estate agents who offer to buy a home if it fails to sell within the listing period. How does the Program differ?

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