Fast Home Sales: We Buy Houses In Dallas

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Fast Home Sales, a real estate consultant based in Holbrook, Massachusetts, is pleased to announce that they now purchase houses in Dallas, Texas. Providing services across the US, the company is looking forward to giving the people of Dallas a quick and easy way to sell their homes and make a profit. The full details of Fast Home Sales’ new announcement regarding their services in Dallas can be found at the following link:

“Anyone who has sold a house before will no doubt tell you how much of a pain it can be. There are so many different factors involved and multiple fees and forms,” says Rob Morris, a representative for the company. “At Fast Home Sales, our aim is to make the process simple. Here, we are looking to make your life easy by coming to a deal that will benefit both parties, which is why we are so pleased to announce the launch of our services in Dallas, Texas. We’ve helped many people around the country sell their houses and now we are looking forward to doing the same in Dallas.”

Morris continues, “We can assure you that we are the best option for anyone who wants to sell their house in Dallas. Why? Because, with us, you don’t have to jump through multiple hoops and run around trying to manage every detail. You have a house that needs to be sold. We are looking to buy it. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. We don’t mind whatever condition it is in. Fast Home Sales buys your homes in their current state, which will relieve you of the stress of having to repair and do maintenance on the house. We also don’t mind any price range. We will treat you fairly and pay an all-cash price.”

Fast Home Sales prioritizes homeowners and treats them fairly by making the highest possible offer based on a fair evaluation of the house, taking into account the market value of the property in question minus the costs for any necessary maintenance and repairs. In addition, they also stick to the seller’s timeline and ensure that the seller gets the cash in hand at the agreed-upon time. As they state on their website, all offers made by Fast Home Sales are no-obligation offers, so no one is at risk of being tricked into an unfair deal. Further details about the company’s homebuying process can be found at: We Buy Houses in Dallas Texas.

Carter J., a homeowner who recently sold a house to Fast Home Sales, says, “I recently decided to move away from Dallas and wanted to sell my property. I learned about Fast Home Sales and scheduled a visit with Rob. He came around to take a look and we talked things out. I had a deal in my hand within days and, about two weeks later, everything was finalized. I had a hefty sum on hand—Fast Home Sales is very fair in their home valuation—and I was all ready to move out. Fast Home Sales makes everything easy, and it was a pleasure to work with Rob.”

Another seller, Adrian D. says, “I had a property that I needed to sell quickly because I needed the money. Was looking for buyers for a long time before I found Fast Home Sales. I made an inquiry on their website, they stopped by my house, looked around, and left. I got an offer several days later and I agreed to it. Wasn’t too long before the deal was done and I had the house off my hands. If there is one thing I have to say about Fast Home Sales, it is that they work as advertised. They are certainly fast. And also, they pay well. Highly recommended.”

Those who wish to learn more about Fast Home Sales’ services or are looking to sell their house to the company can find the necessary information on their official website. Those who want to get in touch with company can do so by way of their Facebook page, where they post frequent updates and interact with potential customers. Additional information can also be found at the following link:


For more information about Fast Home Sales, contact the company here:

Fast Home Sales
Rob Morris
(833) 814-7355
41 South St Holbrook, MA 02343

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