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Buying a Home is a Cornerstone of the American Dream. Let Us Help you Achieve your Dream.

Buying a home can be both an intimidating financial transaction and an emotional experience. At Ray's The Roof Real Estate Investments, our business model is to consistently market our services to a stream of motivated sellers who are willing to accept discounted wholesale prices for their properties. Unlike our competitors, we don't just put in offers on MLS homes. Between our properties and the properties of the partners we work with, you can rest assured that we either have what you are looking for or we can get it for you. We have taken Real Estate buying & selling to the next level. We offer owner financing, rent to own and no qualifying programs. Let us show you what we can do for you. 

Our Unique Approach

Creative marketing strategies allow us to reach homeowners directly. We contact sellers before their properties go on the market and are established on the MLS where the purchase prices will surely increase. These are some of the marketing techniques we employ to locate great deals well below-market value:

  • Web Presence on the Internet
  • Face book
  • You Tube
  • Direct Mail
  • Probates
  • Bandit Signs
  • Seller Landing Page
  • Pre-Foreclosures
  • Networking Events
  • Door Hangers
  • Code Violations
  • House Banners
  • Google Business Listings
  • Google Ad Words
  • Divorces
  • Expired Listings

Understanding Our Markets is Our Forte.

  • Half (50 percent) of today’s home buyers are under the age of 36, and 47 percent are first-time buyers. Solo home buyers are in the minority; most buyers are shopping with a spouse or partner (73 percent).

  • Eighty-three percent of buyers are shopping for a single-family house. Their top considerations are affordability and being in a safe neighborhood.

  • Fifty-two percent of buyers consider renting while they’re shopping for a home—a number that’s even higher among younger buyers.

  • Seventy-five percent of buyers hire a real estate agent during the buying process.

  • Across all generations, almost nine out of 10 buyers (87 percent) use an online resource at some point in their search for a home to buy.

  • Millennial home buyers share many concerns and preferences with their grandparents’ generation, both choosing homes with shared community amenities and considering townhouses at higher rates than those ages 35-49. However, Millennials’ home-buying process is significantly different from their grandparents' process.

  • Millennial home buyers wait longer to buy a first home than previous generations. The modern-day “starter home” is nearly as large as the median home for “move-up” buyers, and costs about 18 percent less.

  • Millennial home buyers undertake far more social home searches, seeking input from friends, relatives and neighbors 58 percent of the time, versus the Silent Generation, who poll friends just 37 percent of the time.

  • More than a quarter (26 percent) of buyers find an agent online. A third (33 percent) find an agent through a personal referral.

  • Millennials scrutinize more agents, asking friends and family about their experiences with agents and reading online reviews more than other generations.

  • When it comes to choosing an agent, Millennials and other generations share their top priority: a sense that an agent is trustworthy and responsive to their needs.

  • The average shopper goes on seven home tours, and while they may incorporate online research, they tend to be hands-on at decision time, preferring to meet an agent in person or talk on the phone, and prioritizing private tours of homes led by a professional.

  • Only 46 percent of buyers get the first home on which they make an offer, reflecting the reality that in today’s tight market, the search which takes an average of 4.2 months comes with competition and
  • disappointment.

  • Over half of buyers (56 percent) save up for a down payment by setting aside a little money at a time. Almost a third (32 percent) use more than one source for their down payment, including gifts and loans
    from family, selling stocks and bonds, and cashing in retirement savings.

Mortgage Rates

Below is a free tool, a Mortgage calculator

You can use the interactive graph to figure out your monthly payment and see how your interest, fees and principle will change over the life of your loan.