Dependable Homebuyers Says the Real Estate Market of Baltimore Continues to Favor Sellers

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers has issued a statement informing homeowners in Baltimore that the residential real estate sector is now a sellers’ market. The real estate industry has undergone some changes in the last few years but the growth was modest. It had been largely a buyers’ market and then it became saturated, making it really difficult for homeowners to sell their properties. Real estate agents were of little help as buyers became increasingly demanding. A growing inventory of unsold properties made it easier for buyers to pick and choose, stress on their terms and more often than not they got the deal they wanted, at the cost of sellers.

Dependable Homebuyers has played a significant role in changing the scene for sellers. As more homeowners sell directly to the We Buy Houses company, other investors are also coming forth and offering outright cash offers. The real estate investment firm founded and owned by Evan Roberts was the first to offer an expedited sale to homeowners in Baltimore. The company has experts with decades of collective experience. They specialize in residential real estate. Their experience, resources and capital enabled homeowners to get outright cash offers and one could sell their house in as short a period of time as one week.

Roberts and his team continue to purchase houses directly from owners. The sellers do not have to list their properties online. They do not need to rely on the services of real estate agents. Homeowners can directly sell to the company, regardless of location and whatever condition the property may be in. People can also consult with the experts at Dependable Homebuyers, learn about the prospects of a sale and decide how they should go about it. None of what the company does is obligatory for sellers. They do not charge homeowners for their viewing or inspection. The cash offer is also available for free and is nonobligatory. Homeowners can consider the offer and decide as they please. Here's a recent press release they published.

Baltimore has become and continues to be a sellers’ market for a few more reasons. Dependable Homebuyers is buying all types of properties. A house may be facing foreclosure, a landlord may have troubles with tenants, a homeowner may be in debt, a family may have to move out urgently and a property might have serious structural issues. None of these is a deal breaker for Dependable Homebuyers. The company is not fixated with location or any particular type of condition. It is interested in all kinds of residential properties, regardless of age, history, location, condition, type, size and layout among other factors. Homeowners do not have to spend anything to facilitate the sale. The properties are purchased outright without any changes or transformations.

Homeowners have the ability to save over ten thousand dollars in a sellers’ market. No commission or closing cost is applicable when Dependable Homebuyers acquires properties. The sale can be closed in a week up to a fortnight. Properties with unpaid loans can also be liquidated immediately without any complication.Visit https://en.gravatar.com/baltimoredependablehomebuyers to easily get a schedule and an offer.

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

Dependable Homebuyers Baltimore
Evan Roberts
(443) 266-6247
evan@dependablehomebuyers.com
1402 Belt St, Baltimore, MD 21230

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