Dependable Homebuyers Starts Direct Mail Campaign In Saturated Real Estate Market Of Newport News

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Homeowners trying to sell their properties in Newport News have a viable alternative to dealing with the challenges of a saturated real estate market. Dependable Homebuyers has launched a direct mail campaign wherein We Buy Houses postcards are being circulated among homeowners who want to sell. The real estate investment company is interested in buying houses from the owners directly without any listing and the involvement of real estate agents.

The real estate market, especially the residential sector, has been placid and barely drifting along for over a year now. Prices are expected to rise but the economic growth has remained uninspiring. Many people are considering the pros and cons of buying a house given the fluctuations in mortgage and the tax policy pertaining to rebates. Homeowners are encountering longer wait times and they are also being compelled to reduce the ask prices. The real estate market has been in favor of buyers for many years. It is now saturated with more properties listed than the quantum of buyers looking for houses.

Dependable Homebuyers has been purchasing residential properties for a few years. The company intends to buy more this year. The stance of the investment firm makes it easier for homeowners to sell. Owners of residential properties in Newport News do not have to invest in repairs or any kind of home improvement. Any type of house can be sold directly to Dependable Homebuyers. The location or its condition will not serve as deterrence. The factors will be in play while assessing the fair value of a property. The company has a track record of offering fair cash propositions. The purchase offer is nonobligatory. They also maximize the net return because there is no commission to pay, the closing cost is not paid by the seller and no other typical expenditure needs to be incurred during the whole process.

Homeowners can sell properties in dire conditions. Houses with serious structural issues are not a problem. Active and retired military personnel with VA loans can also sell their properties to Dependable Homebuyers. Here's a recent press release they published. The process remains the same. The VA loan is factored into the equation and the math is done accordingly. The company will assume the loan in the event of a sale and the owner can move on with their plan. The sale can be timed as per the convenience of an owner. The company has the ability to close a sale in as few as seven days. The cash offer is usually presented within a day after the inspection.

The conventional challenges in a saturated real estate market are completely circumvented by Dependable Homebuyers. No listing is required. There is no relevance of promotion or marketing. Staging is also unnecessary. The company has its own experts who do everything, including in-house legal staff working on the agreements and other formalities. It is now possible for homeowners in Newport News to sell their houses within a fortnight, sooner if anyone wants an expedited sale. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website at https://about.me/dependablehomebuyersnewportnews.

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

Dependable Homebuyers Newport News
Evan Roberts
(757) 296-8067
evan@dependablehomebuyers.com
75 Huxley Pl, Newport News, VA 23606

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