Homeowners in Maryland can Sell Directly to Dependable Homebuyers

July 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

The real estate market in Maryland can be frustrating for sellers. Any homeowner trying to sell their property will want a quick sale. This requires genuinely interested buyers showing up for the viewing, a quick inspection and favorable appraisal, an acceptable closing offer and then the bank approving the mortgage of the buyer. These processes are not entirely in the control of the seller. In fact, sellers have the least control over the process and it is the buyer along with their mortgage provider that eventually take the call. Many sellers are spending months with their properties listed on the market. The average wait time is not going down. The inventory of available properties is growing. The residential real estate sector has already become a buyers market. Homeowners ought to explore alternatives if they want a quick and rewarding sale.

Dependable Homebuyers has an alternative for homeowners who want to sell. The We Buy Houses company is acquiring properties across the state of Maryland. They deal directly with owners turned sellers and make cash offers. The real estate investor is known for paying top dollar for houses. They do not turn down properties on the basis of location or condition. The whole process is simplified by eliminating listing services and the involvement of real estate agents. Homeowners need not look for buyers in the open market anymore. They can get a closing offer immediately after an inspection that is done by the in house experts of Dependable Homebuyers. Here's a recent press release they published.

Evan Roberts, the owner of the investment firm, says that he founded the company to simplify the process of selling a house in Maryland. He and his team are familiar with the challenges faced by sellers and hence present an alternative that is quicker and pragmatic. Dependable Homebuyers is a full service buyer of residential properties. It is a locally owned and based family run business. The company uses its own capital to purchase houses in the state. They regard every property as a standalone proposition and determine the fair value on the basis of its merits. Houses can be sold to the company in as-is condition and the location does not serve as a deal breaker.

Roberts says that his company can offer the best value for any type of house. He is not using listing services and hence promotions or any type of marketing and advertising is unnecessary. The company does not insist on staging or even repairs of damaged portions of a house. The properties they consider will be acquired in the exact condition they are in. One of the noteworthy elements of how the company operates is the turnaround time. Roberts says his team can put forth a purchase offer in just a day or two after the inspection. This is a nonobligatory proposition. Sellers do not spend any money and the company does not charge any fees. There is no commission or closing cost. Those interested in selling their houses directly to the real estate investor can do so in as few as seven days.

For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website at https://www.dependablehomebuyers.com.

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For more information about Dependable Homebuyers, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers
Dependable Homebuyers
(443) 219-8331
evan@dependablehomebuyers.com
7089 Copperwood Way, Columbia, MD 21046

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