Dependable Homebuyers Issues Warning About The Slowing Real Estate Market In Washington D.C.

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

The real estate market in Washington D.C. is slowing down. Many had expected the market to witness an upswing by the end of last year. That has not happened. The first quarter has been just as slow as the corresponding three months in 2018. The next two months have made the scenario more challenging for owners who want to sell. There are more properties available for sale right now and the average wait time is increasing.

In its advisory for sellers and owners, Dependable Homebuyers cites the increase of nearly seven and a half percent in the number of properties that have been recently listed. The same report also cites the days on market of around sixty five days. This is the average. Most properties remain listed for much longer. Taking both these facts into the right context, homeowners will now have to wait for around a hundred days to get closing offers and more buyers will reject properties simply on the basis of preference, which could be about ask price or the condition of a house. These challenges have always been there for owners but they are now more complicated as the market is clearly in favor of buyers. The saturated market is poised to get worse if fewer buyers plan to invest in the next few weeks and months.

The We Buy Houses company Dependable Homebuyers has reassured homeowners in Washington D.C. that they can still consider a direct sale. The company is willing to make a cash offer for properties they are interested in. The purchase offer can be available for owners turned sellers in as little as twenty four hours. The sale can be initiated immediately and the company can close it in seven business days. This is the most expedited process anyone can secure. There is no simpler, easier or more straightforward to sell a house in Washington D.C. right now.

Homeowners have more reasons to consider selling to Dependable Homebuyers. The company does not work via realtors or listing services. There is no commission or closing cost to bear. Homeowners can save thousands in both. There is no advertising, waiting or renovations to be done. The company does not want a house to be in impeccable condition. They have already purchased houses in different conditions across Washington D.C. Read the recent press release they published about that here. at The company does not have any specific preference for a certain type of property or its location. This means homeowners who have properties in different states of disrepair can sell without any refurbishment. Those who need urgent cash for any financial emergency can also rely on a quick sale.

A saturated buyers market will not undergo any transformation overnight. Those who are considering a second mortgage or refinancing to meet their immediate financial challenges may also not get a favorable deal due to the fluctuations in rates for thirty years loans. Dependable Homebuyers has a history of making fair offers and assuring a maximized return on investment for homeowners who want to sell their properties in Washington D.C. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website at https://dependablehombuyerswashingtondc.home.blog.

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

Dependable Homebuyers
Evan Roberts
(443) 219-8331
evan@dependablehomebuyers.com
7089 Copperwood Way, Columbia, MD 21046

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