We Buy Houses in Novato, CA
We buy Novato properties in any shape. No agents, no fees, no commissions, no need to perform any repairs & no cleaning!
We purchase properties in Novato, California in any shape and in all cash! Our cash offers are estimated on market value and repair costs of the property. We always provide an honest and competitive offer no matter what! It’s simple and honest; cash for your Novato house with no stress! No listing fees, No commissions, No closing costs, No repairs!
If you are a homeowner in Novato, find out how to sell your Homes for cash:
- First, learn how our house buying process works.
- Next check out our most popular asked questions, or Contact Us with any of your questions or concerns.
- Finally, learn more about us and decide if our team can earn your business! We hope you will find us credible, fair and knowledgeable.
Get Your Free Offer NOW! We purchase Homes in any condition. No real estate agents, no fees, no repairs, no cleaning. Find Out How Much your House is worth! Get a fair offer today!
Is a “Cash for Homes” Business Right For Me?
Owning a home you want to get rid of can only give you stress. Taxes, repairs and other hassles can be overwhelming. This is no way to live. If your House in Novato, California is holding your financial future back, we will buy it fast so you can move on. We have assisted homeowners all over California who needed a fast resolution to a problem house. Here are some typical situations we help with:
- Foreclosure – Sell your hose in pre-foreclosure is more ideal than waiting & save your credit.
- Inheritance – Split the proceeds with family.
- Liens – overwhelmed with debt?
- Repairs – Does the property have deferred maintenance?
- Moving – Do you need to sell quickly for work relocation?
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Or, check out some satisfied customers.
I was EXTREMELY amazed with the quickness at which I got my cash! California Houses for Cash was very honest, direct and fair. The team kept me updated throughout the process and I received my cash QUICKLY. My house had a cracked foundation and nightmare tenants and Real estate agents wanted a long-term plan to get top dollar. I just wanted to sell now. California Houses for Cash was ideal for my situation.”
— Tomas A. Novato, CA
I was looking to sell my Novato house fast. I wanted the cash to purchase some machinery for my farm and didn’t want to miss the opportunity to take advantage of an awesome deal on it. I decided to sell the house for cash to reinvest into the farm. California Houses for Cash was professional and did exactly what they said they would.”
— George A. Novato, CA
We Buy Houses In Novato, CA With Cash
This is what we offer at California Houses for Cash. No headaches, no fine print, no commissions. We purchase properties all over America. We are capable of giving you better offers because we do not require expensive bank loans and pesky real estate agent fees and commissions.
About California Houses for Cash
California Houses for Cash is wholly owned by Patriot Cash Offer. We are a top cash house purchasing team in California. We approach every homeowner with respect and compassion. We have offices in California and are a preferred company that buys houses, with knowledge of California and a passion for the culture and diversity that residing here offers. We are always available to assist homeowners to sell their properties quickly and smoothly. We purchase distressed properties and then restore them to like-new condition. Our offers are made to homeowners based on fixed up and repairs needed. We strive to provide homeowners with the highest possible offer while also providing the homeowner with the benefits of a fast cash sale.
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About Novato, California
Novato is a city in northern Marin County, just north of San Francisco and south of Santa Rosa, California. In 2010, the population of Novato was 51,904.
Before settlers inhabited the region, the area of Novato was originally the site of three Miwok villages: Chokecherry, Puyuku, and Olompali.
In 1839, the Mexican government granted the 8,876-acre Rancho Novato to Fernando Feliz. The rancho was named after a local converted Miwok leader who took the name of Saint Novatus at his baptism. Subsequently, four additional land grants were made in the area: Rancho Corte Madera de Novato, to John Martin in 1839; Rancho San Jose, to Ignacio Pacheco in 1840; Rancho Olompali, awarded in 1843 to Camilo Ynitia, son of a Coast Miwok chief; and Rancho Nicasio, by far the largest at 56,621 acres, awarded to Pablo de la Guerra and John B.R. Cooper in 1844.
Novato, along with the rest of California, became part of the United States on February 2, 1848. Early American settlers to Novato included Joseph Sweetser and Francis De Long who bought 15,000 acres in the mid-1850s and planted orchards and vineyards.
The first post office in Novato opened in 1856. It subsequently closed in 1860, and a new post office opened in 1891. The first school was built in 1859.
The original town was located around Novato Creek at what is now South Novato Boulevard. A railroad was built in 1879, connecting Novato to Sonoma County and San Rafael. The area around the train depot became known as New Town, and forms the edge of what today is Old Town Novato. The current depot was built in 1917, but closed in 1959, and is largely derelict. The depot consisted of two buildings: a warehouse and a station. The warehouse burned twice in the intervening years. Behind the rail station/warehouse complex was a grain and feed mill complex. The mill complex, along with the warehouse portion of the rail station, was torn down in late 2007 to make way for public parking and a Whole Foods/high-density housing development, while the derelict station is still standing.
A Presbyterian church, still a landmark in Novato today, was built in 1896. Until 2006, it housed a number of city offices, but was vacated that year due to safety concerns and condemned; the church has since been renovated. A new city center complex has been erected adjacent to the old City Hall.
The Great Depression of the 1930s had a marked effect on the area as many farmers lost their land. After World War II, Novato grew quickly with the construction of tract homes and a freeway. As the area was unincorporated much of the growth was unplanned and uncontrolled. Novato was finally incorporated as a city in 1960.
Novato is home to several biotech firms, including the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, Biosearch Technologies, BioMarin Pharmaceutical and Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical. Several small technology companies are also based in Novato, such as 2K, Radiant Logic, Toys For Bob, One Legal, International Genetics Incorporated, Channel Management Solutions, Enwisen, Sonic Solutions and DriveSavers.
The former Hamilton Air Force Base is also located in Novato, but was decommissioned in 1974 and designated a Historic District in 1998. After lying stagnant for many years, major renovations were pushed through by then-mayor Michael DiGiorgio. As of 2008 the base has largely been redeveloped into single-family homes. The former hangar buildings were gutted and redeveloped into two-story office buildings; tenants include 2K Sports, Sony Imageworks, Visual Concepts, The Republic of Tea, Toys For Bob, and Birkenstock Distribution USA.
From 1983 to 1998, Broderbund Software, was headquartered in Novato. Broderbund is known for its games Choplifter, Lode Runner, Karateka, Prince of Persia, and others. From 1982 until 2015, Novato was headquarters for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company, which was Marin County’s largest employer at one time, with 2,400 employees as of 2000. By 2015, the company had laid off or transferred most its employees and relocated its remaining employees to its a smaller headquarters in nearby Petaluma. The building has been in a few movies, including Star Trek.
- Marin Museum of the American Indian
- Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
- Novato History Museum
- Hamilton Field Aviation Museum
- The Space Station Museum
Novato Points of Interest
- Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
- Olompali State Historic Park—Historic park with open space and trails
- Harkleroad wind turbine—Experimental wind-powered private residence that is visible from Highway 101, but no longer used to generate electricity
- Point Reyes National Seashore—Vast park with a visitor center and hiking
- Miwok Park
- Indian Valley Preserve
- Pioneer Park
- Ohair Park
- Hamilton Wetlands
- Mount Burdell Open Space Preserve—Mountain biking, cycling, hiking, and outdoor recreation
- Ignacio Valley Preserve
- The Space Station Museum
- Loma Verde Preserve
- Marin Treks Natural History Museum
- Novato History Museum
- Deer Island Open Space
- Arroyo Avichi Park
- Nicasio Reservoir—Fishing, hiking, and reservoir
- Hamilton Field History Museum
- Hill Recreation Area
- Deer Island Preserve
- The Novato Roundhouse
- Stafford Lake Disc Golf Course
About We Buy California Houses for Cash
We buy properties in the following Marin County Cities: San Rafael, Novato, Mill Valley, San Anselmo, Larkspur, Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, Corte Madera, Tiburon, Fairfax, Sausalito, Kentfield, Lucas Valley-Marinwood, Strawberry, Santa Venetia, Marin City, Ross, Sleepy Hollow, Belvedere, Lagunitas-Forest Knolls, Bolinas, Woodacre, Black Point-Green Point, Inverness, Point Reyes Station, Alto, Stinson Beach, San Geronimo, Muir Beach, Dillon Beach, Tomales and Nicasio