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You’ve been thinking about selling your Seagoville home for a while now. You’re tempted by the idea of having the money to do whatever you want with it, but you’re also nervous about the process of finding a buyer and getting your home ready for sale.
It’s no secret that selling your home can be a daunting process. You have to make sure that everything is in tip-top shape, but oftentimes, you don’t have the money to put into repairs and upgrades. And if you do, then you’re going to need a lot of free time on your hands to get the job done.
Fortunately, OutFactors is your “Seagoville Home Cash Buyer” that buys homes for cash and we make it easy for you. All you have to do is answer our online application form which only takes a few minutes to complete. Just enter your address and answer a few simple questions about your home, and we’ll give you an immediate cash offer that can help get you out of your current situation!
The entire process only takes about 2 minutes and personal information is NOT required. Yes, that is correct. No registration, no telephone number, no email address – not even your name. So get your cash offer now!
Benefits of Our Buy My House Programs
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Do you still have questions about how we buy houses in Seagoville for cash? We’d love to answer them! Get in touch with us today to learn more.
Our Buy My House Process
With our home buying programs, you can potentially receive thousands or tens of thousands of dollars versus selling your home ready the traditional method. If you’re considering how you can save time and money, go through us instead. Here is how our simple Seagoville buy my house process works.
1. Enter the address of your house through our user-friendly online form and answer a few basic questions about your home.
2. A few seconds later, our sophisticated computer systems will display your offer. Just click on the Offer Accepted button!
3. We’ll send you the contract. We only use consumer-friendly Texas standard contract forms.
4. We will answer all of your questions and make sure you understand the process.
5. Once you sign the contract, we’ll set up the home inspection.
6. We’ll inspect the property and answer any lingering questions you might have.
7. You will meet the closing agent at a convenient time and location to sign all closing documents. Immediately after signing, you get your cash through a wire transfer or guaranteed title company check.
The entire process is ridiculously easy and is ideal for both new and experienced home sellers. With our programs, you can sell your home in 2 minutes and we typically close in 10- days or less.
History of Seagoville, Texas
Seago to Seagoville
Seagoville is a suburb of Dallas, Texas in southeastern Dallas County with a small portion extending into Kaufman County located along US Highway 175 and is approximately 20 miles southeast of the Dallas central business district.
Hugh L. Buchanan, who arrived in the 1860s, was one of the first documented settlers. He was followed in 1867 by John A. Brinegar who established a school in a one-room log cabin that was outfitted with rough-hewn log benches. James J. Lee was another early settler that is credited with establishing a cemetery on land that he donated to the community in 1870.
In the early 1870s, additional settlers arrived including the Cravens, Sorrells, Peaks, Moores, Hawthornes, and Tillman Kimsey Seago were among the next wave of pioneers in the early 1870s. A community dry goods store was opened by T. K. Seago in 1876 and the store, as well as the community that grew up around it, became known as Seago. In that same year, B. F. Peak constructed a cotton gin and a few years later a Baptist church was completed and opened.
As the community grew, a new schoolhouse was needed, and in 1880, J. T. Doss built a new school. Also in 1880, the Texas Trunk Railroad completed the construction of a rail line and station in Seago, turning the small community into a regional shipping and economic center. In 1881, the growing community was granted a post office with Seago being named the first postmaster. The first official Seago community map was registered with the Dallas County Deed Records in 1883. The First Methodist Church, pastored by A. E. Baten, was completed in 1885. By 1890, Seago had a population of about 85 people and a newly established general merchandise store that was owned by J. L. Fly that sold agricultural implements.
The small community of Seago continued to grow and prosper, and by the early 1900s, there was a newspaper being published named The Star, edited by J. E. Laney, and the first brick school building was completed. To prevent ongoing confusion with another Texas city named Sego, the United States Postal Service required Seago to be renamed and so in 1910 Seago became Seagoville. A few years later, A. H. McWhorter and M. P. Hawthorne built eight brick buildings, one of which housed a movie theater.
By the mid-1910s, the population of Seagoville had reached 300 residents and was home to five general stores, two hardware stores, restaurants, drugstores, a blacksmith shop, a cotton gin, a bank, Western Union Office, and a local telephone service. Electrical service arrived in Seagoville in 1925, and the city was officially incorporated in 1926 with a population of about 500 residents.
The great depression was hard on Seagoville, and by the time it was over, there were only 12 businesses still in operation. By the mid-1930s, Seagoville started to recover, and by the early 1940s, there were twenty-five operating businesses and the population exceeded 750 residents. Over the next 40 years, Seagoville entered a period of slow but steady growth, and in 1965, the city had over 100 businesses and an estimated population of 4,200 people. By the year 1980, the population exceeded 7,300 people. The city continued to grow and expand, and by the year 2000, the population reached 10,800 residents and increased to 14,800 by 2010.
Today, Seagoville is a thriving suburban city of Dallas that covers 19.05 square miles and has over 16,800 people who reside in the city.
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