Monday, March 10, 2014

What Is Homes In Transition? - Part 1


I'm Tom Schmidt, President and CEO -- I'd like to personally welcome you to Homes In Transition (HIT). We are constantly updating the information on this site to bring you the most comprehensive information about our services and how you can put them to use for your particular situation. If you don't see what you're looking for, please contact us or call our corporate office. We have added a lot of text here based on the thousands of discussions we have with our clients. It is a wonderfully simple business model that always needs a good measure of explanation. If you would rather see what we do, check out our video.

Homes In Transition is an A+ rated BBB company, headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. HIT was founded in January 2009 and enrolled its first house on January 27, 2009 - three days before we officially opened our doors!  HIT's staff has nearly 30 years combined experience serving Property Owners, Real Estate Brokers and Caretakers in this unique service industry. My personal experience goes back to when we introduced this concept to New Mexico back in 1986.


Our mission is to help Property Owners including individuals, investors, banks even the federal government, manage the day to day care and maintenance of their vacant properties, while providing a marketing solution for the property that in many cases rivals that of an owner occupied situation. Part of our mission is to provide a much improved, always available, safe and comfortable showing experience for Brokers so the property has the best chance possible to sell faster and for more money. To help meet these goals, we also provide a high quality, housing opportunity for qualified families and individuals who can live in one of our great houses for about the cost of a studio apartment. Together, it is a shared solution for all parties.

Homes In Transition is the solution for vacant houses.  We not only provide a unique marketing opportunity for vacant houses, which costs the Property Owner little if anything, but we keep these properties safe, maintained, and we even pay the regular operating costs such as utilities and association fees. One of the best consequences of our business is that the distraction of "another vacant house" is removed from the neighborhood making it more attractive to prospective buyers and giving the neighbors some relief from having one less vacant house to deal with. 

HIT is the lowest cost, most effective, private enterprise, neighborhood stabilization program available. We are the solution for vacant houses!

See more at www.HomesInTransition.com