We Buy Houses in Downey, CA
We buy properties in any shape. No agents, no fees, no commissions, no need to perform any repairs & no cleaning!
We purchase properties in 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 Downey house with no stress! No listing fees, No commissions, No closing costs, No repairs!
If you are a homeowner in Downey, 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 Downey, 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?
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. Downey, CA
I was looking to sell my Downey 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. Downey, CA
We Buy Houses In Downey, 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 Downey, California
Downey is a city located in southeast Los Angeles County, California, United States, 13 mi (21 km) southeast of downtown Los Angeles. It is considered part of the Gateway Cities. The city is the birthplace of the Apollo space program. It is also the home of the oldest still operational McDonald’s restaurant in the world. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 111,779.
The area that is now Downey was originally inhabited by the Tongva, later named the Gabrielino by the Spanish. There were four nearby Tongva settlements mentioned in archival records. The villages of Naxaaw’nga, Sehat, Chokiishnga and Huutnga were all located in or around Downey, between the San Gabriel River and Rio Hondo. It is impossible to relate the original location descriptions, based on ranchos and land grants, to more specific sites identifiable by today’s landmarks.
In September of 1771, the Mission San Gabriel Arcángel was founded near these concentrations of Tongva, on a Whittier Narrows bluff overlooking the Rio Hondo. In 1776, flooding forced the relocation of the mission to its present site in San Gabriel.
In 1784, the Mexican Governor Fages granted Manuel Nieto, a former soldier,300,000 acres. This was the largest land concession made during the Spanish control of California. The Spanish concessions were unlike the later Mexican land grants. There were a total of 25 of these special concessions, which permitted grazing rights while the title remained with the Spanish crown.
The Rancho Los Nietos passed to Manuel Nieto’s four children upon his death. In 1833 his heirs petitioned Mexican Governor José Figueroa to partition the property. The northwestern portion of the original rancho was granted as Rancho Santa Gertrudes to Josefa Cota, the widow of Manuel’s son, Antonio Nieto. Santa Gertrudes was a sizable rancho and contained the old Nietos homestead, which was a center of social life. In 1848, after the Mexican–American War concluded, many of the ranchos were obtained by affluent Anglo-Americans who were immigrating west under the United States manifest destiny doctrine, and marrying into established Spanish families.
Some of Downey’s settlers came from Ireland. Downey was founded by and named for the former and youngest ever governor of California, John Gately Downey, who was born in Ireland. Although he was an Irish Democrat, he supported the Republican Lincoln in his efforts to keep the Union intact during the American Civil War. He pioneered the modern subdivision with land he acquired between the Rio Hondo and the San Gabriel River, in about 1865. Downey was convinced that oranges would flourish in Southern California, so he imported several varieties, and therefore set in motion what became one of the state’s biggest cash crops. In conjunction with the construction of the Tehachapi Loop, the Southern Pacific Railroad arrived in 1873.
After World War II
Workers in Downey building Vultee Vengeance bombers for the Royal Air Force in 1943.
Farmers in the area grew grain, corn, castor beans and fruit, and by 1935 Downey was characterized as an “orange-grove town”. Downey was incorporated in 1956, and instituted a charter form of government in 1964. Suburban homes and factories replaced the farms after World War II.
Vultee Aircraft was Downey’s largest employer during World War II, producing 15% of all of America’s military aircraft by 1941. The company was a pioneer in the use of women in manufacturing positions, and was the first aircraft company to build airplanes on a powered assembly line. Vultee became a part of North American Aviation, (later North American Rockwell, then Rockwell International which was then bought by the Boeing company) whose facilities were the birthplace of the systems for the Apollo Space Program as well as the Space Shuttle. For over 70 years, Downey’s Rockwell NASA plant produced and tested many of the 20th century’s greatest aviation, missile, and space endeavors. By the early 1970s, the facilities encompassed some 1,700,000 square feet (160,000 m2) of enclosed area over more than 200 acres (81 ha). But, by the post-Cold War 1990s, Downey was brutally hit by cutbacks in the defense budget. Rockwell International, which once had more than 30,000 employees, had fewer than 5,000 in 1992. The seventy-year history of airplane and space vehicle manufacturing in Downey came to an end when the Rockwell plant closed in 1999. The former North American Rockwell plant was demolished, and the site now features the Columbia Memorial Space Center, Downey Landing shopping center, a Kaiser Permanente hospital, a city recreation fields park, and the former movie studio site of Downey Studios.
Near the center of the city lies what was in the 1960s one of the busiest intersections in California, the intersection of Lakewood Boulevard (State Route 19) and Firestone Boulevard (former State Route 42). Route 19 was a major thoroughfare between Pasadena and the port at Long Beach, and Route 42 was along part of the old Spanish El Camino Real trail that connected Pueblo de Los Angeles to San Diego.
In the 1960s the town’s Downey Records achieved some notoriety with recordings such as The Chantays’ surfing instrumental “Pipeline”; nearly two decades later, Downey local music scene led to the founding of The Blasters and Dark Angel.
Downey is home to Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, which is the main public rehabilitation hospital for Los Angeles County. Rancho Los Amigos is renowned worldwide for its innovative contributions to the care of spinal cord injuries and post-polio syndrome.
Downey was featured in the 2008 American action comedy film Pineapple Express. Many of the buildings along Florence Avenue are seen in a driving sequence early in the film.
Notable people born in Downey include Weird Al Yankovich, The Carpenters, James Hetfield, Evan Longoria, Bob Meusel, and Ed Fiori.
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