We buy houses in Brown’s Corners as-is.

Get a no-obligation cash offer for your house in Brown’s Corners. We buy as-is, for the highest off-market price. Skip the repairs, avoid showings, and move on your timeline. Get a $10,000 cash advance before closing.

  • Sell as-is.
  • No repairs, updates or showings.
  • Move on your timeline.
  • Pay zero fees.

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The HappyDoor Difference

HappyDoor is changing the way homeowners sell dated or damaged homes off-market. Every day we help our sellers get the highest off-market price, on their timeline, without any work or worry.

TRADITIONAL SALES PROCESS

  • png5% of purchase price (plus other fees)
  • pngPrice haggling and unpredictable closing date
  • pngClean up and repair stress
  • pngMultiple showings and open houses
  • pngLong sales timeline, often 2-3+ months
  • pngZero fees to sell your home
  • pngHighest off-market price ($$$)
  • pngSell AS-IS. No cleanup, repairs, or conditional offers
  • png$10,000 cash advance deposit in advance of closing
  • pngClose in as little as 10 days, or move at your own pace (up to 60 days)

PROPERTY INVESTOR (THE OTHER GUYS)

  • pngHidden fees at closing
  • pngLower prices, taking a large profit margin
  • pngZero transparency around repairs and updating
  • pngHigh-pressure sales tactics, often lacking trust
  • pngSmall-scale local operators (not a trusted brand)
  • pngHigh-risk they’ll back out, costing you time and money

About Brown’s Corners:

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Brown’s Corners (also Browns Corners) is the name of a community in Scarborough in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the corner of Finch Avenue East and Markham Road. David Brown operated a business and post office on the southwest corner. The Post Office was relocated to Malvern Village, but the business continued as a grocery store well into the 1950s. The northwest corner was the Hastings farm. The Hastings farm house was relocated to the Cullen Gardens park in Whitby to await restoration. A huge barn was located at the intersection and remained there long after the farms disappeared. A car dealership replaced the farmhouse and barns. Thomas Maxwell lived on the northeast corner and there were smaller houses on the southeast corner.