Homeowners Defaulting on Mortgage can Sell their Houses to Dependable Homebuyers in Fort Myers

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers has started buying houses from homeowners who are defaulting on mortgage payments. The Fort Myers based We Buy Houses company can make a direct cash offer to all homeowners, regardless of the extent of default. Missing one mortgage payment incurs a penalty. Sustained default leads to losing the house. Homeowners gain nothing if the banks seize ownership of their properties. Instead, homeowners can secure a return on investment by selling their properties.

Evan Roberts of Dependable Homebuyers says, “We have been buying houses directly from owners ever since our inception. We are now buying houses that are mortgaged and the owner may or may not be up to date with the repayments.” The owner and founder of the real estate investment company adds that homeowners will be able to sell quickly and at the fairest price the market has to offer. The whole process is simpler than listing a property for sale and appointing a realtor. Roberts and his team can guarantee a quick sale for properties that fit their buying criteria. The proposition is not only more convenient and surefire but also financial rewarding, given the savings a seller shall have due to the many obvious expenses being completely averted. Read the recent press release they published at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/27241-dependable-homebuyers-announces-solution-for-flippers-in-over-their-head.

Residential real estate is a buyers’ market. It is also a saturated market. Buyers determine what they want, they hold all the cards and decide if they want to invest in a property. Many owners spend thousands of dollars on repairs and renovations, to improve the curb appeal and to increase the value of their properties but these exercises do not always secure any return. Additional return or an increased profit is not assured even after such expenses. There is also an investment of time and effort. Buyers can still walk out of a negotiation if the deal is not worked out the way they want. Sellers have little sway in the process. Real estate agents are also helpless at the discretion of the buyers.

Dependable Homebuyers does not involve real estate agents and is not looking for buyers in the open market. The company buys the houses that may be foreclosed. Any homeowner in Fort Myers can contact Evan Roberts and his team, express the intent to sell their property before the bank swoops in and takes it away. This is also possible for homeowners whose properties are valued less than what is owed currently to the banks. To ensure the bank does not get to take the house away, Dependable Homebuyers expedites the sale. They make cash offers within twenty four hours of viewing a residential property. The offer is nonobligatory. If the offer is accepted, the company can complete the sale in just a week. Banks usually take longer than a week after the final notice of default is sent.

Homeowners turned sellers do not have to pay anything to Dependable Homebuyers. There is no third party inspection or staging. The property is purchased in the exact condition it is in right now. No repairs and renovations are required. The turnkey solution is a more practical alternative to losing a house to the bank due to defaulting on mortgage.

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

Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers
Evan Roberts
(239) 232-3420
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
9540 Mariners Cove Ln, Fort Myers, FL 33919

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