Direct Mail Campaign Of Dependable Homebuyers Brings A Solution For Sellers In Saturated Real Estate Market Of Nashville

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Nashville based real estate investment company Dependable Homebuyers has started a direct mail campaign. The We Buy Houses postcards are meant to apprise homeowners of an alternative available to them when they wish to sell their residential properties. The company is buying houses directly from the homeowners in the city and surrounding areas. Houses can be sold in as-is condition without being listed online. Homeowners need not appoint real estate agents.

The real estate market in Nashville is saturated and heavily in favor of buyers. There are more properties listed for sale right now than there are buyers. This has empowered buyers to insist on reduced ask prices. Most buyers are also insisting on repairs and in many cases renovations. These are expensive propositions and sellers may not be equipped to deal with such investments. Many properties are remaining listed for over a hundred days. The average days on market has gone up from sixty to ninety. It is likely some properties will go unsold even after six months. The growing shortfall of closing offer, the insistence on repairs and a reduction in the ask price along with the substantial expenses to advertise and promote a property without any assurance on the actual sale are making it increasingly hard for homeowners to sell their houses. Read the recent press release they published at

Dependable Homebuyers does not take the usual route. They are direct buyers. They deal only with homeowners. They purchase all kinds of residential properties. The location of a house and its current condition will not come in the way of the sale. Evan Roberts, the owner and founder of the firm, says that they have the simplest process available right now. The company can be contacted online through their website or homeowners can call them. An appointment is scheduled to view and inspect the property. This can be done immediately. Roberts says that his company takes one day to draft a purchase offer. This is a nonobligatory cash proposition. He claims that the offer is the fairest a homeowner can get in a saturated real estate market. Dependable Homebuyers is also able to expedite the sale like no other company or individual can. They can complete the sale in one week if the seller accepts the proposition.

The inventory of houses listed for sale is growing and there is no respite in sight for sellers. Buyers shall continue to reap the rewards of a saturated market. Dependable Homebuyers provides an alternative that can increase the net return for sellers. It does not have any service fee. There is no commission. The company absorbs the unavoidable closing cost. Since there is no staging, listing, advertising, third party inspection or appraisal, there is no financial obligation for a homeowner while selling their property. In addition to the simplicity and reliability of the process, Dependable Homebuyers is also interested in houses under foreclosure. They are buying from owners who have VA loans and properties that have significant structural or aesthetic damage, perhaps both. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit their website.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Nashville
Evan Roberts
(615) 257-7774
182 Millwood Dr, Nashville, TN 37217

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