We Buy Houses in Port Charlotte

In Any Condition – Price Range – Or Location
Sell Your Port Charlotte, Florida House Quickly For CASH and without hassle or obligations.  PROMISE!

 

If you are on this site, obviously you have a Port Charlotte real estate for sale you want or need to sell quickly because of the stress of burden it’s causing or you just want to “be done” with a property.

We are currently looking to buy houses with cash in the Port Charlotte area including all of Charlotte County and since we can pay with cash, we are able to close very quickly or simply on your time frame.  We are the local We Buy Houses Port Charlotte that gives you an all cash offer but more importantly treat you FAIR.

If you want to sell your Port Charlotte house… we’re ready to give you a fair all-cash offer.

Working out a deal is creating a WIN WIN for you and us.  By the way… we don’t want to list your home, we want to BUY real estate property here in South Florida, both residential houses or apartments.

We Buy Houses in all Charlotte County including Port Charlotte – in any condition… as-is… NO TRICKS OR GIMMICKS


History of Port Charlotte

The land that we know of today as Port Charlotte was originally home to the Paleo-Indians, eventually giving way to the Calusa Indians.  Calusa means “shell people”.  In the 1840’s, Florida became the 27th state in the country, and Port Charlotte was left almost untouched for 100 years.  It wasn’t until the end of WWII that people started looking at Port Charlotte as a suitable place to call home.  In the 1950’s, General Development Corporation started developing the area, making Port Charlotte the most populous community in Charlotte county.  Even with this new development, the Charlotte Harbor area still remained rural compared to neighboring cities.

Hurricane Charley devastated Port Charlotte, in 2004.  It is believed that almost half of the homes in Charlotte County were destroyed, as well as heavy ecological damage to wetlands in the area.

Port Charlotte is roughly 100 miles south of Tampa and 65 miles north of Naples.  Population numbers are around 50,000 people living in the city.