Dependable Homebuyers is Buying Houses Directly from Owners in Williamsburg

July 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

All homeowners trying to sell their houses in Williamsburg, Virginia, have to spend a substantial amount of money and wait for weeks, if not months, to get a closing offer. Listing a residential property for sale online takes a while. The property must be staged and any structural or aesthetic issue must be addressed before it can be listed online. Houses for sale must be advertised and represented by real estate agents so their networks can be explored to generate enough traction. The average wait time is around ninety days and many houses remain unsold beyond that in Williamsburg. There is little sellers can do about the average days on market. Getting a few interested buyers does not assure a closing offer.

Selling houses is an uphill battle for homeowners and there are enormous costs involved. The delay too can jeopardize any plan an owner may have during or following the sale. All these hurdles are circumvented by Dependable Homebuyers, a We Buy Houses company operating throughout the state o Virginia. Evan Roberts along his team at the real estate investment company is buying houses directly from homeowners in Williamsburg. Homeowners can contact the firm directly without any agent or representative. Owners can agree to a scheduled appointment when their houses will be viewed and inspection. There is no third party inspection. Such services offered by the company are not chargeable. Homeowners do not spend any money to have their properties considered by the company. They don’t commit to any financial obligation throughout the process of selling their residential properties to Dependable Homebuyers.

Evan Roberts says that his company has the simplest proposition for any residential property owner in the city. He has a team of experts who specialize in residential real estate. The team includes property inspectors, financial and legal experts, real estate consultants and others. They have decades of experience of dealing in the housing market. They know what it takes to sell or buy a house. They have been buying houses in Virginia for a better part of the decade. Homeowners can get a closing offer immediately after the scheduled inspection. The inspection can happen within a day or two of the first contact. The closing offer is available within twenty four hours following the site visit and inspection. This is an all cash offer. It is also a nonobligatory purchase offer. There is no appraisal or estimate so owners have an actual deal to consider. Interested homeowners can read a recent press release they published at

Dependable Homebuyers has a reputation of acquiring houses in the exact condition they are in right now. The company does not ask for repairs or any type of renovation. No staging is required for the company to be interested in a property. There is no quest to find buyers in the open market so uncertain delays are completely avoided. The company is the buyer and it does not work through any intermediary. Homeowners can save a lot of money by avoiding advertising and marketing expenditure. There is no commission to be paid to an agent. The company pays for the closing cost too. More of Dependable Homebuyers services can be found here.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Williamsburg
Evan Roberts
(757) 347-0457
109 Warwick Hills, Williamsburg, VA 23188

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