Homeowners with VA Loan in Columbia can Quickly Sell their Properties to Dependable Homebuyers

May 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Veterans and military personnel who have VA loans and want to sell their houses quickly can now turn to Dependable Homebuyers. Columbia based We Buy Houses company has recently started buying houses with unpaid VA loans. Those in the military and veterans may have one or more reason to sell their houses. Whether someone is moving out due to deployment or one wants to downsize, there are medical bills to pay for which substantial cash is needed or some other personal reason warrants selling the house, Dependable Homebuyers is willing to consider the property and can buy it outright.

Evan Roberts, the founder and owner of the real estate investment company, has said that they are looking at all kinds of residential properties. They have not zeroed in on any location or a particular type of house. They are also not looking for the most pleasant properties. They can buy any type of house in the exact condition it is in right now. Owners do not have to repair or renovate anything. Even staging is not necessary. All sellers going through real estate agents have to stage their properties and incur several other expenses. All such expenditure can be completely avoided by owners choosing to sell directly to Dependable Homebuyers.

Roberts further explains that they have the fastest turnaround time in the real estate market right now. His team can schedule an appointment for a viewing almost immediately after the initial contact. The viewing is followed up with a cash offer. They typically have the offer ready within twenty four hours after viewing. They can initiate the sale if the offer is accepted straightaway. The sale takes only seven days or fewer. This enables those who want a quick sale to actually sell their property fast and move on. The homeowners in Columbia can plan to purchase another home or use the funds as they deem fit. The VA loan will not come in the way of the sale. Dependable Homebuyers will assume the loan and deal with the subsequent repayment of the mortgage. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website at https://rebrand.ly/dhmarylandpost.

Dependable Homebuyers assures a fair value for every type of property in any condition it may be in. The return is further optimized due to the lack of many expenses that are unavoidable if owners turn to real estate agents. Here's a recent press release they published. All realtors charge a commission. The six percent of the sale price is a hefty commission to bear. Realtors do not pay for the closing cost. Buyers don’t either. This is an additional two percent on the sale price. All real estate agents need to promote the properties they represented, with or without VA loans. These exercises cost money. Sellers must also pay for appraisal and other essential processes to facilitate the sale. All such expenditure is completely avoided and hence this adds to the net return secured through the sale to Dependable Homebuyers. The company has the simplest, surest and fastest proposition for veterans and military personnel who have VA loans.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Columbia MD
Evan Roberts
(443) 219-8331
7089 Copperwood Way, Columbia, MD 21046

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