Dependable Homebuyers makes Selling a Stress-Free Experience for Homeowners in Nashville

July 24, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Evan Roberts, the founder and owner of Dependable Homebuyers, has issued a press release, encouraging homeowners to consider his real estate investment firm to sell their houses in Nashville. The We Buy Houses company does precisely what they claim. They buy houses from owners. They do not represent any third party organization. They are not interested in dealing with real estate agents. They do not seek to buy houses through listing services. They are only inclined to deal with owners. Anyone who has experienced the stress associated with finding buyers, dealing with realtors, handling negotiations and paying for the innumerable things that seem unavoidable to sell a house should have the most convenient experience while dealing with Roberts and his team.

Dependable Homebuyers has purchased many houses in Nashville and throughout the state of Tennessee. It has been operating in the state for around six years now. It is a nationwide company with real estate assets in most states across the country. The company buys all types of houses in as-is condition from owners who want to sell. They have purchased houses, apartments, condos and residential buildings. They have purchased rental properties. They can also buy rental properties that have tenants currently. The company is also interested in unwanted homes. They have bought hoarder houses in the past. Aesthetic and structural damages do not become deal breakers for Dependable Homebuyers. Owners can sell their house without spending any money on even the most essential repair.

Dependable Homebuyers assures an outright sale. This means a homeowner does not have to worry about any wait time, staging, home improvement, appraisal, multiple showings, long drawn negotiations and paying multiple parties their dues. A homeowner spends thousands of dollars in an attempt to sell their property in Nashville. Adding the closing cost and the commission of the agent pegs the expenditure at beyond ten thousand dollars. This entire sum of money is an assured saving when one sells to Dependable Homebuyers. The company pays the closing cost. Other expenses are irrelevant since the experts at the company do everything. Property inspection, price evaluation, purchase offer, drafting the contract, transferring ownership and every bit of formality required, financial or legal, are done by Roberts and his team. None of these services are chargeable. The company has a turnkey solution for owners who are interested in a quick sale.

The turnaround time assured by Dependable Homebuyers further takes out the stress of selling a house in Nashville, Tennessee. Homeowners are prepared to wait for up to three months to sell their houses in the city. Many homeowners wait for much longer periods of time. There are properties listed right now that have remained unsold for twelve months, some have been on the market longer. Dependable Homebuyers assures a cash offer within a day or two of the inspection. They can close the deal immediately and complete the sale in a week if the owner wants such an expedited process. The offer and all its services are nonobligatory so owners can always opt out and consider other options. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit


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

ReleaseID: 60029767

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