I planned to sell my property and buy a boat. I didn’t have any idea what the property was going to be worth. I knew that the property was in disrepair, but I had no idea that there was a termite infestation. I didn’t find out about the termite infestation until there was a home inspection. It’s a good thing that I decided to pay for the home inspection before I put the property on the market. I would have been terribly embarrassed to find out all of this information when a potential buyer was the one paying for the inspection. The specialist found the termite damage in the basement and it was clear that I was going to be required to do a lot of work to the property before it could be sold to anyone with a loan for the property. The only way I was going to get rid of the property fast was to sell it to a cash home buyer in Northeast Florida. The house is located in North Jacksonville over by the airport. Jacksonville property values have been getting higher in this part of the city and I was hopeful that a cash home buyer would give me a fair and reasonable offer for the property. The real estate company promised that we would have a smooth transaction and they explained all of the details of the process. I felt like it was going to be easy to use the Jacksonville real estate company to help me sell my termite infested home.