Dependable Homebuyers Offers Fast Sale Solution to Military Personnel in San Antonio

May 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Veterans and active military personnel in the San Antonio area will be pleased to know that Dependable Homebuyers is offering an attainable solution for them to be able to sell their home quickly. Sometimes events such as deployment can lead to needing to sell a home as quickly as possible. No matter what the situation is, Dependable Homebuyers is willing to work with homeowners to get the best possible offer for their property, freeing them from the obligation. The company will assume the VA loan, taking over financial responsibility.

Dependable Homebuyers has built a reputation in the San Antonio, Texas area as being a company that will make a reasonable offer on any home in any condition. Regardless of the need for repairs or the location, they are willing to help.

When opting to list a home with a traditional real estate agent, a homeowner is often required to make costly repairs before ever even placing the home on the market. There are times that these repairs are simply not feasible for a homeowner and this results in them hesitating to place it on the market. When listing on the traditional market, it is necessary to keep the home in top condition for open houses and various showings until a solid offer is made. When selling to Dependable Homebuyers, this is never the situation. They are not concerned with the condition of the home or the area that it is located in. A reasonable offer is made on all homes that are brought forth.

For military personnel past or present, Dependable Homebuyers will assume the VA loan, releasing the homeowner from the financial obligation and giving them the cash they need for other necessary expenses such as medical bills. By selling to Dependable Homebuyers, there are never any hidden fees or commissions to be paid. With a traditional real estate agent, it is necessary to pay a commission of at least 6% as well as closing costs in some situations.

Having been in business in the San Antonio area for years has provided Dependable Homebuyers with the opportunity to become familiar with the various neighborhoods. This gives them the upper hand when it comes to getting the best possible offer for homeowners. Read the recent press release they published at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/28073-dependable-homebuyers-in-san-antonio-offering-alternative-to-reverse-mortgage.

Previous clients have been pleased with how smooth and quickly the entire process works. In some situations, time is of the essence and this is something that Dependable Homebuyers completely understands. Their team of experts work hard to get homeowners the money that they deserve for their property.

For homeowners who are considering selling their property and would like to learn more about the process and how it all works, more information can be found on their website. There the process is explained in depth as well as contact information for the company. Reaching out to make the first phone call or sending the first email is a great first step to getting not only financial freedom but to also having the cash needed for medical bills or other necessary expenses.

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

Dependable Homebuyers San Antonio
Evan Roberts
(210) 944-4115
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
10211 Canton Field, San Antonio, TX 78245

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