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Need to sell your house fast in Cerritos… we’d like to make you a fair all-cash offer. And we’ll even GUARANTEE that offer and can have a check in your hand in as little as 10 days. The best part is YOU won’t pay any commissions or closing costs.
We buy houses in any condition… as-is… which means you won’t have to fix a thing. Your house could be full of tenants or it could be full of stuff. We want to buy your house regardless of the condition.
There are lots of situations where we can help – maybe you just inherited a property, maybe you’re a tired landlord or have bad tenants, maybe you own a vacant house. We know that life happens – things like job loss, relocating, divorce, upside down on your mortgage, behind on payments, owe liens, avoiding foreclosure, or need to downsize, etc., etc. No matter the situation, Monte buys Houses is here to help you create a solution, most of all we want this sale to be a benefit to you. Our goal is to create a win-win solution.
If you have a property and need to sell it fast we would like to make you a fair cash offer and close on it when you are ready. So don’t delay, just fill out the simple form at the top of this page now or call (714) 637-4483 for a free consultation and fair cash offer today.
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If you’re exploring your options to sell your house, here’s some additional info to help you in the decision-making process…
Working with an agent isn’t for everyone. (There’s nothing wrong with it but it can be time-consuming, taking as long as 3-6 months on average.)
Not only that, but the out-of-pocket expenses can really add up, too: before you sell the house, you’ll need to fix-up and clean-up the property, and keep paying the bills while the agent tries to find a buyer. After you sell, you’ll have to pay the agent thousands of dollars in commissions.
All this time and expense adds stress to your situation when all you want to do is sell fast and put your real estate problems behind you!
We work differently at Monte Buys Houses. We are a professional house-buying company and we have the funds available now to buy your house from you right away.
- We’ll buy in any condition, so you don’t have to fix up your house first.
- We buy fast, so there’s no waiting (and no extra utility bills to cover while you wait), and you’ll have a check in your hands as quickly as you want… even in as little as 10 days.
- We’re not listing your house, we’re buying it from you directly so there are NO commissions or fees to pay.
Get in touch by entering your info into the short form below or by picking up the phone and calling us at (714) 637-4483. We’ll get back to you in 24 hours with a fair cash offer. There’s absolutely no obligation, but if you accept our offer you just tell us when you’d like to close and we can close in as little as 10 days!
No matter what condition your house is in; no matter what situation or timeframe you’re facing…
We are the Monte Buys Houses and we’re here to help you put your real estate frustrations and struggles behind you, put a check in your hands, and help you get on with your life.
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Beginning in the late 15th century, Spanish explorers arrived in the New World and worked their way to the California coast in 1542. The colonization process included “civilizing” the native populations in California by means of establishing various missions. Soon afterwards, a town called El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles de Porciúncula (Los Angeles today) would be founded and prosper with the aid of subjects from New Spain and Native American labor.
One soldier, José Manuel Nieto, was granted a large plot of land by the Spanish King Carlos III, which he named Rancho Los Nietos. It covered 300,000 acres (1,200 km2) of what are today the cities of Cerritos, Long Beach, Lakewood, Downey, Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, part of Whittier, Huntington Beach, Buena Park, and Garden Grove.
The rancho was divided five ways among Nieto’s heirs during the nationalization of church property by the Mexican government, with Juan José Nieto retaining the largest plot called Rancho Los Coyotes. Nieto called the area of Rancho Los Coyotes, where Cerritos is located today, “cerritos” or “little hills” although no natural hills exist in modern-day Cerritos.
After the Mexican-American war, the rancho would eventually wind up in the hands of the Los Angeles and San Bernardino Land Company which encouraged development and rail lines to be built by Henry E. Huntington and his Pacific Electric Railway company. It was through rapid development, combined with improved transportation systems, that the modern-day city of Artesia was formed in Rancho Los Coyotes in 1875, and from it, the City of Dairy Valley.
A small general aviation airport was built around 1946 and was called Cranford Airport and consisted of two 2,300′ runways, one oriented north/south & the other northeast/southwest. Each runway had a parallel taxiway, and a ramp along the south side of the field had 2 building hangars. The site for Cranford Airport is located on the northwest corner of the intersection of South Street & Carmenita Road. Cranford Airport closed at some point between 1953-54.
The City of Dairy Valley was incorporated on April 24, 1956, as a reaction to nearby Artesia’s rapid urbanization. The City’s name symbolized the more than 400 dairies, 100,000 cows and 106,300 chickens found within its limits. The cows outnumbered the City’s 3,439 residents by 29 to 1. The chickens outnumbered the residents by over 30 to 1. The first business license in the new city was for Walter Marlowe’s “Dairy Valley Egg Farms”.
Two years later, Dairy Valley voted to become a chartered California city. As land values and property taxes in California rose in the early 1960s, agriculture became increasingly unprofitable, and development pressures increased. In a special election held on July 16, 1963, residents voted to permit large-scale residential development. As a reflection of its newly planned suburban orientation, the City’s name formally changed to “Cerritos” on January 10, 1967, after the nearby Spanish land grant Rancho Los Cerritos, which figured prominently in the region and after Cerritos College in neighboring Norwalk.
Cerritos is a prime example of the “fiscalization” of California politics after the tax revolt of the 1970s and the passage of Proposition 13. The only way for California cities to raise long-term tax revenue in light of Proposition 13 was to create as many commercial zones as possible to take advantage of the percentage of county sales tax allocated back to municipalities as sales tax revenue. Cerritos was one of the first cities in Los Angeles County to develop large-scale retail zones, such as the Los Cerritos Center and Cerritos Auto Square, and achieved stunning success. City leaders reinvested funds into the community with large public works projects and an increasing number of community services and programs.
The current progressive nature of the Cerritos government and the unusually strong tax-base is best reflected in its facilities. In 1978, Cerritos dedicated the nation’s first solar-heated City Hall complex. In 1993, the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts opened its doors. In 1994, the City unveiled the Cerritos Towne Center project that combines office, retail, lodging, fine arts and dining in an open-air location. In 1997, the City opened the Cerritos Sheriff’s Station/Community Safety Center to provide public safety services. In 2002, the City rededicated its public library. In 2006, the City celebrated its golden anniversary with memorials and the unveiling of a sculpture garden. The assessed valuation of the City of Cerritos is $7,177,428,066.
Between 1970 and 1972, Cerritos was the fastest growing city in California. The population exploded from 16,000 to 38,000. Since the 1980s, Cerritos has attracted a large number of Filipino, Korean, Taiwanese, Indian, and Chinese immigrant families.
On August 31, 1986, Aeroméxico Flight 498 on approach to Los Angeles International Airport was struck by a small Piper aircraft that had strayed into an air traffic control zone reserved for commercial flights. 82 people died, including 15 people on the ground. The Piper crashed onto Cerritos Elementary School’s unoccupied playground, but the Douglas DC-9 fell inverted (upside-down) out of the sky and plowed into dense residential zones, immediately flattening four houses. Eight more houses were destroyed by the subsequent fire before firefighters could bring it under control. The incident is memorialized with a new sculpture installed in the Cerritos Sculpture Garden. (Wikipedia)
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