The Investorade story is based on a family-owned business that’s out of Dallas, Texas. Our business was founded with the mission to help homeowners sell their properties. Our goal was to do this as quickly, easily, and as seamlessly as possible. Of course, we’re also dedicated to helping homeowners and homebuyers get a fair deal.
Our main passion is helping homeowners who are ready to sell avoid the headaches, stress, and challenges associated with the traditional home selling process.
Property owners who have valuable, top-tier homes for sale likely won’t have that much trouble finding an interested buyer using the traditional home selling process. Property owners who have less-than-ideal properties, however, might find themselves sitting on their homes for months or even years before finding a willing buyer.
Our team noticed this pattern and quickly identified a gap in the market.
Property owners who can’t or don’t want to sell their properties through traditional routes didn’t have a place to find alternatives – until Investorade arrived on the scene.
We offer a range of options to help you sell your home without excessive fees, commissions, or repairs. Whether you’ve found yourself stuck with an unwanted property or you’re facing foreclosure, we can help provide a transparent and prompt solution for you.
Our Humble Beginnings
Blake DeWitt and Blaz Korosec were the two original founders of Investorade. The duo had one primary mission – to end the practice of predatory wholesalers.
What you may not know is that this team had very humble beginnings. Investorade started out as a garage-based business, but now they’ve become a dominant force in the Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market.
“It is my mission to prevent sellers from ever having to reduce their asking price before selling. Through Investorade, we aim to end the predatory wholesaler business model nationwide.” – Blake Dewitt Investorade CEO
“It is my mission to prevent sellers from ever having to reduce their asking price before selling. Through investorade, we aim to end the predatory wholesaler business model nationwide.”