Dependable Homebuyers Launches Direct Mail Campaign In Saturated Maryland Real Estate Market

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Maryland based Dependable Homebuyers has launched a direct mail campaign to apprise homeowners of the increasingly difficult situation for sellers of residential properties. The real estate sector in Maryland has become saturated. More properties are now listed for sale than there are buyers. This has enabled buyers to pick and choose more stringently. The sector was already a buyers friendly market but the saturation has made it immensely more challenging for property owners to sell their houses quickly. The ask prices are going to be reduced to facilitate quicker sales. The average wait time has already increased for sellers. Many owners are seriously contemplating investing in home improvement projects to make their properties more appealing to potential buyers.

The direct mail campaign of the We Buy Houses company is introducing homeowners across the state of Maryland to a simple alternative. Dependable Homebuyers is buying residential properties directly from homeowners. This is regardless of the type of property, its size or layout, location or condition. A property may be in impeccable condition or it may have some serious problems. The owner could be facing a foreclosure or a serving officer may be moving to another base and the VA loan might have to be taken care of. All such situations are accounted for by this real estate investor.

They can schedule an immediate appointment, view the property and inspect it, determine its fair market value and present a cash purchase offer in a day. If a homeowner wants, the sale gets initiated immediately and the transaction is completed in seven business days or a week. Homeowners can also choose their convenient date to close the deal. Those with VA loan can let the company absorb it while securing a return on their investment. Those who are dealing with foreclosure can choose an outright sale or a short sale. Any homeowner who wants to sell for whatsoever reason can avoid the long wait time, the endless listing and the complicated process of getting a real estate agent to promote their properties in a slowing saturated market can choose Dependable Homebuyers. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website at

They do not offer any brokerage service. They are a direct buyer. There is no commission of six percent on the sale price. The company pays the closing cost. There are no promotional or advertising expenses. Since the company buys properties in any location and condition, there are no investments required to improve curb appeal or make the houses more desirable. This is a pragmatic alternative to finding buyers in a saturated market. Homeowners can wait for a hundred days or longer to get a closing offer. Or, they can contact Dependable Homebuyers and get an offer within twenty four to forty eight hours. They have the luxury to close the deal immediately, within a week or fortnight. Whatever is the reason to sell a house, Dependable Homebuyers is interested in considering all types of residential properties throughout the state of Maryland without using location, condition or other factors as qualifiers. Here's a recent press release they published.


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

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

ReleaseID: 60028993

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