HomeVestors(R) Buys 25,000th House Nationwide.
DALLAS -- HomeVestors[R] of America, Inc., the company famous for its "We Buy Ugly Houses"[R] billboards, has bought its 25,000th house in the U.S. The purchase was made by MJS (language) MJS - An early system on the UNIVAC I or II.
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"This is a huge milestone for our company," said John Hayes
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HomeVestors is the nation's only franchise that specializes in buying, rehabbing and selling single-family homes. Today, the company includes more than 250 franchise locations in 31 states.
The Justices joined HomeVestors in November of 2003 and began buying houses immediately. Today they are part of a growing national brand and one of 19 locations in the greater Atlanta market where HomeVestors has become a household name.
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"This is clearly the ugly house on a street of well kept houses," Justice said. "Our goal is to take this property from worst to first. We take great pride in renovating all of our properties to high standards so that anyone looking for Looking for
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While it took 10 years to reach this milestone, HomeVestors projects that its franchisees will buy the 50,000th house within three years due to the company's rapid expansion. A high percentage of homes bought by HomeVestors franchisees are rehabbed and resold or kept as rentals. The balance is wholesaled to investors who rehab the properties for sell or rent as well.
About HomeVestors[R] of America, Inc.
Founded in 1989 and franchising since 1996, Dallas-based HomeVestors[R] of America, Inc., has more than 250 franchises throughout the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. . The first franchise company of its kind, HomeVestors[R] trains and supports franchisees who specialize spe·cial·ize
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2. To adapt to a particular function or environment. in buying homes in need of repair. Most commonly known as the "We Buy Ugly Houses"[R] franchise, HomeVestors[R] strives to make a positive impact in each community. More information is available at www.homevestors.com.