Direct Mail Campaign Of Dependable Homebuyers Offers Solution For Sellers In A Saturated Real Estate Market In Baltimore

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers has launched a direct mail campaign in Baltimore. The postcards from the We Buy Houses company are notifying homeowners who are trying to sell or might want to in the near future that the real estate market in Baltimore has reached a point of saturation. The buyers market was not really in favor of sellers for a few years now. The growing inventory and the fewer number of buyers have lead to a slowdown and it is now officially a saturated residential real estate sector in the city. The going is getting tougher for sellers. The average wait time to get a closing offer has increased. More homeowners are not getting the ask price they want than in the past several years. Many properties are remaining listed for up to a year.

Baltimore based Dependable Homebuyers has a straightforward proposition for homeowners who want to sell. Homeowners may sell their properties for a variety of reasons. Some property owners want to move on and downsize or upgrade, many people are facing foreclosure, some have to move to another city or state and hence want to cash in on the asset, serving and retired military personnel may want to be done with the VA loan and older people may want an alternative to reverse mortgage. Those seeking refinancing or loan modification, owners who have been served a notice of trustee sale and anyone who is compelled to consider a sale for some other reason can rely on the direct cash offer and expedited process of Dependable Homebuyers.

The real estate investment company is buying all kinds of houses, regardless of type, size, layout, condition and location. All properties are assessed fairly and the value is determined. The purchase offer is nonobligatory. Homeowners do not pay anything to the company. Dependable Homebuyers does not charge any commission and absorbs the closing cost. No real estate agent, multiple listing service, advertiser and third party inspectors or appraisers are involved. It is a direct and fair proposition. Homeowners can get the cash offer as early as twenty four hours after the viewing and inspection. The sale can be expedited to be completed within a week. Owners who want a convenient date to move out can time the sale accordingly. Here's a recent press release they published.

Dependable Homebuyers does not ask owners to repair or renovate anything. The curb appeal can be just as it is right now. No refurbishment or improvement is necessary and thus it saves a lot of money for owners who are struggling to sale in a slowing and saturated buyers market. The real estate sector is unlikely to witness any positive transformation for sellers. The usual route to try and sell houses in Baltimore is becoming harder by the day. The alternative proposed by Dependable Homebuyers through its direct mail campaign is not only viable but lucrative. Homeowners can maximize the return on their investment without all the usual financial obligations and also have a quick sale if that is what they want. Visit https://baltimoredependablehomebuyers.wordpress.com 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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