We buy houses in Chinatown as-is.

Get a no-obligation cash offer for your house in Chinatown. 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 Chinatown:

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Chinatown, Toronto known also as Downtown Chinatown or West Chinatown is a Chinese ethnic enclave located in the city’s downtown core of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is centred at the intersections of Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street, West. The present neighbourhood was the result of the government expropriating Toronto’s first Chinatown in the late 1950s to make way for a new city hall and public square. As a result of the expropriations, a number of businesses and residents based in the city’s first Chinatown moved west towards Spadina Avenue during the 1950s and 1960s, later joined by other Chinese immigrants during the 1960s. The neighbourhood is one of several Chinatowns in Toronto that developed during the latter half of the 20th century.