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We’ve made selling your house fast in Berwyn incredibly easy and pain-free… regardless of condition, age, size or situation. We pay Cash and close Fast

If you have been wondering how to sell your house and keep the most money then you found the right place. Legacy Property Solutions Inc. is your property buyer.

We buy houses in Berwyn and the surrounding areas and the best part is we don’t charge any fees or commissions. We pay cash and will even pay your closing costs.

No matter the situation or condition we will close on the date of your choice.

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Are you trying to avoid foreclosure? Behind on taxes? Dealing with a property that needs too many repairs for you to handle? We know how difficult it can be to deal with any of these situations. If you are stressing over it then you need to stop right now! Legacy Property Solutions has some great news for home owners in the Chicagoland area, we are ready and willing to buy your house by making you a fast cash offer! 

Whether it’s a condo, duplex, apartment or a home that’s in rag tag condition, we will purchase it regardless. You can get in touch with us right now and we can get started on selling your house!

It doesn’t matter whether you live in it, you’re renting it out, it’s vacant, or not even habitable. Our professional services ensure we make everything fast and discreet. We always make fair price offers, we don’t require you to pay us commission or pay for the repairs costs! 

So get in touch with us now and talk to one of our staff members about your situation. Rest assured we will visit you ASAP and make you a really good offer you won’t be able to refuse!

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We’re different! We’re NOT real estate agents… We don’t want to list your house or help you sell it, we want to buy your house! That’s what is meant when we say that we buy houses in Berwyn. We are a legitimate house buying company.

Maybe the house and situation have been causing you stress and you don’t even know where to begin. Even if you don’t know the first thing about selling a house, with or without an agent, we can help. When we buy your house, we take care of everything for you…and we don’t charge any fees or commissions!

Whatever reason you have for wanting to sell your house, we can help. We’ve been buying houses in the Chicago are for many years and have seen it all. You can be assured that we will treat you with respect and do our best to help you, even if you don’t sell us your house.

Berwyn History:

Before being settled, the land that is now Berwyn was traversed by Native American trails. The most important trails converged near the Chicago portage, and two significant routes crossed what is today Berwyn. A branch of the Trail to Green Bay crossed Berwyn at what is now Riverside Drive, and the Ottawa Trail spanned the southern end of the city.

In 1846, the first land in “Berwyn” was deeded to Theodore Doty who built the 8-foot-wide (2.4 m) Plank Road from Chicago to Ottawa along the Ottawa Trail. The trail had been used as a French and Indian trade route and more recently as a stage coach route to Lisle. This thoroughfare became what is now Ogden Avenue in South Berwyn. In 1856, Thomas F. Baldwin purchased 347 acres (1.40 km2) of land, bordered by what is now Ogden Avenue, Ridgeland Avenue, 31st Street, and Harlem Avenue, in hopes of developing a rich and aristocratic community called “LaVergne”. However, few people were interested in grassy marshland. Mud Lake extended nearly to the southern border of today’s Berwyn, and the land flooded regularly during heavy rains. The only mode of transportation to LaVergne was horse and buggy on the Plank Road.

To encourage people to move to LaVergne, Baldwin sold an 80-foot-wide (24 m) strip of property to the Burlington and Quincy Railroad in 1862. The rail line opened in 1864, but the train did not stop regularly in the area. The railroad refused to build a station, so the residents of the area constructed LaVergne Station on Ridgeland Avenue in 1874.

Source: Wikipedia

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