Dependable Homebuyers is Buying Houses from Homeowners Moving to Newport News

June 24, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Homeowners relocating to Newport News, Virginia, have to deal with a few hurdles. Moving can be a simpler exercise if the planning is right and all resources are utilized optimally but the actual process is never easy. There is a lot that must be done and things must fall into place for the whole process to pan out without any major problem. One of the major hurdles faced by homeowners moving to Newport News is selling their previous home. Those moving from elsewhere in Virginia have to sell their house so they can have enough cash at hand. Those relocating from other states must also be able to sell their previous residences quickly and at a reasonably fair price.

Homeowners cannot move before they sell their previous houses. Many who have done so have found it increasingly difficult to manage the listing and interact with homebuyers at their former place or city of residence. These homeowners are exposed to the risk of letting real estate agents call most of the shots. This can lead to a reduced net gain and might even cause a loss. Houses must be sold as quickly as possible to secure the fairest price. A quick sale also enables homeowners to get access to a sufficient amount of cash that can simplify the relocation. Dependable Homebuyers has just the solution relocating homeowners need.

The We Buy Houses company in Newport News has a statewide presence across Virginia. It is a nationwide investment firm so they are able to buy houses anywhere in the country. Whether a homeowner is moving from within the state to Newport News or beyond, Dependable Homebuyers can schedule an appointment, inspect the property, come up with a cash offer and buy the house in an expedited manner. The company has a track record of making a closing offer in a day after an inspection and they can close the sale in seven days from the date a seller accepts the proposition. It is a cash offer and the entire sum is paid at the time of closing the deal. A local title company carries out the legal formality of transferring the ownership. Here's a recent press release they published.

Newport News is a bustling city. It provides many new opportunities for professionals, entrepreneurs and families looking for a comfortable life. Relocating to Newport News can be simplified exponentially if homeowners can liquidate their previous properties without being riddled with challenges. Appointing real estate agents and looking for buyers in the open market take time. Realtors and buyers want reduced ask prices so the homeowners may not profit as much from such a sale. The wait time to get a closing offer is painfully long and it can completely disrupt the plan to relocate. If homeowners have to wait for two to six months to sell their properties, they don’t have any freedom to plan their relocation they way they want to. Dependable Homebuyers can change that by buying houses in as-is condition anywhere in the state or the country directly from homeowners moving to Newport News. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website at https://id.dependablehomebuyers.com.

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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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