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House Cash Buyers Novato | Sell Your Home Now

House buying company based in Novato, California

House Cash Buyers Novato | Sell Your Home Now

1205-1207 Grant Ave
Novato California 94945
United States

(415) 634-1242

Business Description

Welcome to House Cash Buys Novato - the leading house buying firm in Novato, California. If you want to sell your house quickly and without hassle, you've found the right place.

At House Cash Buyers Novato, we understand that selling a house can be a stressful and time-consuming process. We specialize in offering homeowners in Novato a convenient, efficient way to sell their property.

Our team of professionals is committed to making the process of selling as easy as possible. We use a simple approach that allows your home to be sold in days, not months. Whether your property needs repairs, is facing foreclosure, or you simply need to sell quickly, we are here to help.

With House Cash Buyers Novato, you don't have to worry about dealing with real estate agents, staging your home, or waiting for a buyer to secure financing. We buy houses in any condition and can provide you with a fair cash offer. Say goodbye to traditional selling and hello to a hassle-free experience.

Contact House Cash Buyers Novato if you are thinking "I want my home sold now in Novato." Our team is ready to assist you and guide you through the selling process. Enjoy a hassle-free and quick transaction that allows you to continue with your plans. House Cash Buyers Novato will help you sell your home with ease and confidence.

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About Novato

Novato (Spanish for "Novatus") is a city in Marin County, California, United States, situated in the North Bay region of the Bay Area. At the 2020 census, Novato had a population of 53,225. == History == What is now Novato was originally the site of several Coast Miwok villages: Chokecherry, near downtown Novato; Puyuku, near Ignacio; and Olómpali, at the present-day Olompali State Historic Park. === Mexican era === In 1839, the Mexican government granted the 8,876-acre (35.92 km2) Rancho Novato to Fernando Feliz. The rancho was named after a local Miwok leader who had probably been given 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 Olómpali, awarded in 1843 to Camilo Ynitia, son of a Coast Miwok chief; and Rancho Nicasio, by far the largest at 56,621 acres (229.1 km2), awarded to Pablo de la Guerra and John B.R. Cooper in 1844. === Post-Conquest era === Following the American Conquest of California and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Novato, along with the rest of California, became part of the United States on February 2, 1848. Early pioneers included Joseph Sweetser and Francis De Long who bought 15,000 acres (61 km2) in the mid-1850s and planted orchards and vineyards.The first post office at Novato opened in 1856; it closed in 1860, and a new post office opened in 1891.The first school was built in 1859, at the corner of Grant Avenue and what is today Redwood Boulevard. 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.

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