RISMEDIA, June 30, 2011—HomeVestors of America, Inc., known as the “We Buy Ugly Houses®” company, announced that national public voting is now under way in the “2011 Ugliest House of the Year®” contest in six regional markets across the USA. Have your voice heard and compare your opinion with others by voting in the 2011 “Ugliest House” contest. Through July 22, you can visit www.TheUgliestHouse.com to vote.
Voting is free and open to the public, with no sign-up or registration required. Contest results will be posted on the website the week of July 25.
HomeVestors franchisees are running contests in the following markets:
• Boston, Massachusetts (“Ugliest House in Boston”)
• Chicago, Illinois (“Ugliest House in Chicago”)
• Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas (“Ugliest House in Dallas/Fort Worth”)
• Denver, Colorado (“Ugliest House in Denver”)
• Newark, New Jersey (“Ugliest House in Northern New Jersey”)
• Richmond, Virginia (“Ugliest House in Richmond”)
“The contest is a fun way to bring the community together to celebrate ugly houses and their potential to be transformed,” says David Hicks, co-president of HomeVestors of America, Inc. “We all win when ugly houses are improved to become lovely homes. The sellers win, the buyers or tenants win, the neighborhood and community wins.”
Voters can cast their ballots after viewing photos and property descriptions. Nominees for the 2011 “Ugliest House” contest were selected from a call-for-entries inviting all real estate investors in contest markets to submit the ugliest houses they had bought at any time between March 1, 2010 and May 15, 2011. Most of the houses nominated have since been rehabbed and transformed into lovely homes, with some sold on the retail market and others maintained as rental properties.
For more information, visit www.HomeVestors.com.