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We Buy Houses Anywhere In Upland California, In Any Condition And At Any Price. Let Us Make A Fair, Guaranteed Offer For Your House!
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Need to sell your house fast in Upland… 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.
Do You Need To Sell Your Upland House Right Away?
If you own a house in Upland and you’re thinking of selling, here’s some important facts you should know about how to sell (and how to sell quickly)…
You can list through an agent, you can list the house yourself, or you can sell it directly to a buyer.
Sell through agent: This is the most well-known option — you list your house through an agent and they try to find a buyer for you. This process can take months (often 6-12 months), and you’ll have to pay up-front to fix-up the property first. If a buyer can be found, you’ll have to pay the agent a commission (usually thousands of dollars).
Sell it yourself: This is another popular option — to list the house yourself. Sure, you might save on the agent commissions but you’ll still have to fix your house up-front, and wait months while you show the property. Plus it gets extra complicated as you do all the paperwork yourself… and do you really want to negotiate with a buyer???
But there’s a third option you might not know about…
Sell directly to a buyer: For house sellers who want to sell a house quickly and easily, this is a preferred option. We are the Monte Buys Houses and we are one of the leading home-buying companies in Upland and surrounding areas. Here’s what we do…
We buy directly from house owners so there are no fees or commissions for you to pay.
We buy Upland houses in ANY condition (even fire damaged or with tenants), so you don’t have to fix up your house first.
We buy quickly — we can even have a check in your hands in as little as 10 days.
Want to know more or get a guaranteed cash offer from us? Just fill out your property information in the form below. We’ll get back to you (usually within 1 business day) and give you an offer for your house. There’s NO obligation, so if you accept our offer then just tell us when you want to close.
No matter what reason you have to sell, or what condition the house is in, we want to buy your house.
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If you don’t want your house any longer, and if you don’t want to go through the hassle of selling through an agent then get in touch with us today and we’ll make you an offer.
We buy houses in Upland and surrounding areas and pay YOU a fair cash price, fast. Just reach out to us and tell us about your Upland house or pick up the phone and call our team at (714) 637-4483. Sell My House Fast Upland!
Historical Facts About Upland
A trolley line in the broad, tree-lined median of Euclid Avenue formerly connected Upland to the Southern Pacific Railroad line in Ontario. The trolley was pulled from Ontario to Upland by a mule, which then climbed aboard an attached trailer for the ride back down.
Present-day Upland maintains many of the same features, most specifically Euclid Avenue (the north-south, tree-lined street that runs through town) as well as many of the older, adobe and ranch-style houses.
California became part of the United States at the end of the Mexican–American War in 1846, and American settlers began to arrive in California in large numbers with the California Gold Rush of 1849. The Cucamonga Rancho changed hands several times, but the area that present-day Upland occupies was little more than an uninhabited ranchland and a place to pass through until the arrival of George Chaffey in 1882. Chaffey, a Canadian shipbuilder from the province of Ontario, had already established the Etiwanda irrigation community in 1881, irrigating the land with a series of flumes carried water from the mountains to a reservoir from which water would then be sent to the relative land sites. In 1882, Chaffey purchased 6,216 acres of land in the Cucamonga Rancho, along with significant water rights from San Antonio Creek, for $60,000 Additional purchases brought the size of the land to over 8,000 acres of land for a total purchase price of $90,000
Chaffey’s master plan called for distributing the water over the whole tract to each farm lot in cement pipes, with each holder to share in the water proportionately to his holding irrespective of distance from the source. Chaffey also laid out the main thoroughfare which ran from one end of the settlement to the other. He also named the “main thoroughfare” Euclid in honor of his favorite mathematician. Euclid Avenue was seven miles long, stretching from the colony’s “southernmost boundaries to the mountains.” Euclid was planned as a “200-foot-wide double drive … [with a] center parkway to be flanked by a 65-foot-wide drive on each side. Chaffey also planned for electricity in Ontario with street lamps being placed a mile apart on Euclid and an electric streetcar that would travel up and down Euclid daily. Ontario was available for settlement on November 1, 1882. During the first week, Chaffey sold 190 acres for a total value of $28,500.
To ensure the success of this irrigation plan and to appeal to potential land buyers, the Chaffey created a “mutual water company” in which each landowner became a stockholder. The San Antonio Water Company was incorporated on October 25, 1882.
The Ontario colony eventually became known for its citrus groves, but in 1882, orange trees were too scarce and expensive at $100 an acre to turn to citrus, so at first other types of fruit were planted. By 1884, Ontario Nursery owner D.A. Shaw reported that there were “40,000 peach trees, 29,000 pear trees, 15,000 seedling apple trees, 16,000 grafted apple trees, 1,000 cherry trees, and 16,000 grape cuttings set out in orchards and vineyards.” However, by 1889, some 2,000 acres of citrus orchards had been planted on Ontario, and Ontario was rated as having the second largest citrus acreage in the state.
The present-day city of Upland was the originally northern part of Chaffee’s Ontario Model Colony, and was known as “North Upland” or “Magnolia” after a local hotel. The name Upland was first used as the name of the “Upland Citrus Association.” Long-time resident Charles D. Adams, organizer and first elected president of the Association, was credited with choosing the name.However, by 1902, the name “Upland” was used to refer to the entire area of North Ontario.
The railway came to North Ontario in 1887. When the Ontario Colony was founded, downtown was located next to the Southern Pacific tracks. In 1887 the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe completed its connection adjacent to the newly founded Magnolia Tract in North Ontario. Subdividers of Magnolia, the Bedford Brothers, announced plans to erect a depot at the foot of Second Avenue, the primary business street. A notice in the December 1887 Ontario Record indicated that the cost of the station would be $7,000. In the next decades numerous packing houses were built close to the tracks on both sides of A Street. Used for commuting of residents and tourists as well as for freight, the railroad linked Upland to Los Angeles to the west and the rest of the Santa Fe network to the east.
Ontario officially incorporated in 1891, but the size of incorporation was relatively small; a half-square mile bordered by the “Southern Pacific tract to the south, G Street to the north, Sultana Avenue to the east and Vine Avenue to the west.” In 1901, residents of Ontario learned that those living in North Ontario were also thinking of incorporation as their own city. In order to eliminate this possibility, the city expanded their half-square mile to over 10 square miles.
When Ontario started to push for a larger area of incorporation, Upland residents expressed concern. The area of land that Ontario wanted included the Upland Post Office, the tracks for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, and the train depot. On March 12, 1906, the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors conducted a two-day hearing and agreed that a vote for incorporation should take place. On May 5, 1906 Upland approved their vote for incorporation with 183 in favor and 19 against. The city was officially created on May 15, 1906 by the Secretary of State in Sacramento. In 1935, Upland’s boundary lines were redrawn to include the land that was annexed in Ontario’s 1902 expansion.[Wikipedia}
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