GM Home, Philadelphia’s #1 All Cash Home Buyer!

Nobody knows a city’s real estate better than the people who call that city home. If you’re looking to sell your property quickly in Philadelphia or the surrounding areas, including Bucks County, Delaware County or South Jersey, you can turn to GM Home. We’re based right here in Philly and are proud to help our neighbors deal with problem properties quickly and hassle-free.

Sell Your Home Fast in Philadelphia
Sell Your Philadelphia Home

At GM Home, Inc., we know the real estate business inside and out. We’ve worked within our industry from every angle, from buying to selling and every step in between. Working with a network of locally based experts and professionals, we’re able to tackle every aspect of purchasing distressed properties and placing beautifully renovated homes on the market. We’ve been in business for over eight years, weathering downturns and experiencing the ups and downs of the real estate market. When you work with GM Home, you can be certain that you’re in experienced, knowledgeable hands.

GM Home – Philadelphia Cash Home Buyer – Our Founder

GM Home, Inc., was founded by Marat Tsirelson. Marat, a finance graduate from Temple University, brings a wealth of knowledge from the fixed income and financial industry.

GM HOME Works with Philadelphia Homeowners to Sell Your House Fast

We bring our years of experience to the table every time we make an offer on a home in Philadelphia. We’re committed to ensuring a transparent process, answering any and all questions, and streamlining the experience as much as possible. To learn more, feel free to give us a call. We’d love to talk to you about your home and answer any questions you might have. You can call us at (215) 458-5867.

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We buy houses in ANY CONDITION in PA. There are no commissions or fees and no obligation whatsoever. Start below by giving us a bit of information about your property or call 215.974.0420...
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