About Grateful Nuts Homes
Grateful Nuts Homes opened for business in 2010 with the goal of helping folks in pre-foreclosure. It wasn’t long before the “rubber-stamping” phenomena was the US headlines. Grace Widdicombe was way ahead of the curve in Eugene OR with blogs that were being re-tweeted by the companies all over the United States, and picked up by Oregon State government offices too. She was keen to observe that the banks were getting paid not once, but twice and even three times for the homes that they listed as bad debts in the TARP ACT. Billions of dollars were paid by the tax payers and now the United States is in debt beyond belief.
Grateful Nuts Homes was born to try to find Gratitude in this upside down world. With the belief that there has to be something positive in everything, Grace set out to make a difference. Oregon was named the fourth Hardest Hit state. Grace took to the streets, talking to everyone, and in 2012 she started a real estate investor’s education group in Eugene. From 2014 – 2016 she served as president of the Real Estate Investors Association in Portland, all the while heading up the group in Eugene and Springfield.
Today, Grace is CEO of the Oregon Real Estate Investors Association, which she started in Eugene and Springfield some years ago. The groups goals are to educate real estate investors to keep all transactions beneficial for both parties with no hidden agendas, and completely within the law. Mostly we want our part of Oregon to be nurtured, flourish and recover, so our goal is to help people.
Stop by Grateful Nuts Homes and you’ll also find that we help those who have property that they just don’t want to own anymore, and of course we serve people who have their real estate threatened by foreclosure sale. There’s no fee for any consultation! And we always make a cash offer!
The Values of Gratitude in all we do!
We are grateful for our tenants, our associates, our investors, our vendors, our community, our lenders, and our real estate agents! Most of all, we are grateful for you, the home-owner, for without you we wouldn’t exist. It’s you that we are passionate about. That’s why we keep you informed, and educate you about real estate transactions and the possibilities that can unlock the future for you. And since we care, you know we are delivering honest, high-quality service. We care about you! And we work like nuts!
Why Grateful Nuts Homes, LLC?
- One day turn-around on an offer, or sooner
- Don’t clean the house! Just call. We like houses as-is.
- We won’t parade a bunch of people through. Just a looksee and a talk is all we need.
- We can usually make a cash offer within an hour.
- We can also make offers with cash up front and pay you the rest after you move out!
- How do you like that? Give Grateful Nuts a call: (541) 833 0223
We’re local, well known, and very connected with the community.
Grateful Nuts Homes is member of the Eugene Chamber of Commerce
Founder of Grateful Nuts Homes, LLC
Owner, Grace Widdicombe is:
CEO Oregon Real Estate Investors Association
Awarded Paul Harris Rotarian Fellowship
Past President of the Board of Directors of Eugene Opera
Past – President of the Board of Northwest Real Estate Investors Association
Active Member of Eugene Southtowne Rotary,
Eugene Chamber of Commerce – Ambassador – Eugene Greeters
If you have any questions about how we work, what the process of selling a house is, or maybe having us help you avoid foreclosure, or just want to learn more about us… don’t hesitate to contact us anytime!
Meet the Rest of the Grateful Nuts Team!
Owner: Grace Widdicombe
General Contractor: Brad Larsen – Property Conversions, LLC
Construction Assistant: Jacob Anderson
Bookkeeper: Greg Widdicombe
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Need more information on the foreclosure process and How To Stop Foreclosure? Download our FREE Stop Foreclosure Guide here. Or, you can always feel free to Contact us anytime if you have questions, want a no hassle Situation Evaluation, or want to just learn more about how we can help homeowners avoid foreclosure or sell unwanted properties for cash.