Dependable Homebuyers is Buying Land in Nashville

June 24, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Landowners in Nashville have an alternative now. They can sell their lands directly to Dependable Homebuyers. The nationwide We Buy Houses company has been buying residential properties since its inception. It has now started acquiring all types of land in Nashville and across the state of Tennessee. Landowners do not have to hire real estate agents. They do not need to list their lots for sale online. They can contact Evan Roberts and his team through their official website or call them to initiate the process.

Dependable Homebuyers shot to fame with their simple and quick solution for homeowners trying to sell their properties. The company has been in the news and has been a bane for real estate agents and other traditional players in the realty market. Evan Roberts and his team circumvent realtors and listing services to deal directly with owners who want to sell. This eliminates intermediaries and all the costs that come with them. The same approach is being taken by the company while dealing with landowners. Just as homeowners could get a cash offer upfront for no charges and without any obligation, landowners can get a straightforward purchase offer and they have all the freedom to decide.

Landowners can contact Roberts and his team, schedule an appointment for a site visit, get the piece of land inspected by an expert for free and also consult with them. The visit and inspection is followed by an all cash offer. This is not an estimate. It is an actual purchase offer that landowners can consider and if they accept it then the deal can be closed immediately. There is no wait time here. Dependable Homebuyers is an independent investment firm with no dependence on banks or third party investors. It does not require financing from any lender or institution. The company uses its own funds to acquire land and hence it can expedite the whole process. Roberts says that his team can close a sale in a fortnight. Landowners have the option now to sell their lots in just two weeks.

Traditionally, selling land has been an uphill battle due to many reasons. The type of land is often not desirable for the buyer. There are few buyers to begin with. Real estate agents have little to no familiarity with representing landowners. The location of the lot, its condition and potential in the near future can be major hurdles. Dependable Homebuyers considers all such realities but does not use these issues as deal breakers. They buy raw and vacant land, partly developed land, agricultural land or just plain wasteland in the midst of nowhere. The land may have been used for some purpose in the past. It may be an inheritance for the owner. It might be a bad investment from the past. Landowners can consult with experts and get an actual deal to sell. Liquidating a real estate asset has never been easier, simpler or surer. Dependable Homebuyers assures the maximum return, partly because there is no financial liability for the landowner. Interested homeowners can read a recent press release they published at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/29047-homeowners-in-nashville-tennessee-dealing-with-increasing-debt-can-sell-their-house-to-avert-a-crisis.

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

Dependable Homebuyers Nashville
Evan Roberts
(615) 257-7774
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
182 Millwood Dr, Nashville, TN 37217

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