Dependable Homebuyers Launches Direct Mail Campaign In Saturated Williamsburg Real Estate Market

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Real estate investment company Dependable Homebuyers has launched a direct mail campaign in Williamsburg. They are sending out We Buy Houses postcards to homeowners who are trying to sell their houses and those who may want to sell in the near future. The primary purpose of the campaign is to get homeowners familiar with the idea of what the company does, which is basically an alternative to the way people sell houses in the open market. The secondary purpose of the campaign is to highlight the challenges being posed by a saturated real estate sector in Williamsburg.

That the real estate market is saturated is no secret. Owners are finding it increasingly difficult to sell their properties. The number of new properties being listed for sale is not being balanced by the quantum of new buyers looking for such houses. There is a growing inventory of unsold properties. Many houses are remaining listed for over a hundred days. This implies the owners and sellers are not getting a closing offer. Real estate agents are insisting on reduced ask prices and substantial repairs or renovations depending on the condition of a property. Buyers are also insisting on the same, which is why realtors are taking similar stands. The climate is clearly in favor of buyers and any further saturation of the real estate sector will only compound the problem for sellers.

Evan Roberts of Dependable Homebuyers has said that his company wants to reach out to more homeowners and make them aware that an alternative exists, wherein the saturation or the insistence of buyers simply do not matter. Owners can sell their houses to Dependable Homebuyers directly. Here's a recent press release they published. They do not have to hire realtors and they need not list their properties online. Roberts stresses on the fact that his company buys all types of residential properties and regardless of the condition or the location in Williamsburg. No buyer in the open market is going to be open to an idea of buying a house anywhere in the city. Buyers are also inflexible when it comes to the condition.

Homeowners who want to sell their properties for some reason in Williamsburg can now turn to Dependable Homebuyers, schedule an appointment immediately for the property to be viewed and inspected, get a cash offer in twenty four hours and explore the possibility of selling the house quickly. It is possible for the company to close the deal immediately and they can also complete the whole sale process in a week. Homeowners are under no obligation to agree to such an expedited sale. One can choose a specific date as per convenience or the plan to move out.

Dependable Homebuyers is acquiring properties under foreclosure or facing a notice of trustee sale. They are buying properties that have ongoing VA loans. They are also buying properties with structural damage without the owner paying for any repair or renovation. The firm does not levy any commission or closing cost on the seller. There is absolutely no financial burden for an owner to sell their property. Visit https://virginia-williamsburg.firebaseapp.com/ to easily get a schedule and an offer.

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

Dependable Homebuyers Williamsburg
Evan Roberts
(757) 347-0457
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
109 Warwick Hills, Williamsburg, VA 23188

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