South Jersey Cash Home Buyer Announces Plans To Flip Several Properties In 2020

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local South Jersey cash home buyer Rapid Home Liquidation announced on Tuesday that they plan on flipping several properties in Southern New Jersey in 2020. The company's CEO and owner Brian Rudderow stated: "we buy South Jersey houses in 10 days or less with our own private funding resources and our companies goal is to fix and flip as many homes as humanly possible while adding a layer of flexibility and convenience for our clients which allows them to painlessly liquidate their home". Rudderow's company has been flipping properties for around four years and now plans on expanding its operations to other areas of Southern New Jersey such as Burlington and Camden County.

Selling South Jersey homes fast to investors is gaining in popularity primarily because modern homeowners are growing tired of dealing with the traditional sales process of listing homes on the open market with a licensed real estate agent and then being forced to wait around while the home is shown to prospective buyers. Modern technology has advanced to the point where it has given homeowners the option to research several cash home buyers to see which company suits their custom real estate situation the best and then liquidating their home in a very short period of time. Property investment companies such as Rapid Home Liquidation who buy houses with cash in South Jersey are becoming more popular in 2019 and beyond as sellers begin seeking viable alternatives to listing homes on the open market with realtors who charge a 6% commission.

Another benefit of working directly with a cash home buyer in South Jersey is that the investment company will purchase the property in its current condition without the owner having to make any repairs whatsoever to get the property back into good condition. Some investors will even buy homes with extreme mold damage, fire damage, termites, and other serious problems that would prevent the property owner from being able to list the home with a real estate agent. Investors will not only buy homes in their current condition but they will typically cover all of the closing costs in each and every single transaction that they participate in which makes dealing with them even more appealing to the average homeowner who is stuck paying monthly holding costs and other recurring out of pocket fees.

People searching for a customized solution to fit their home selling needs should definitely at least consider the option of dealing directly with a cash home buyer because investment companies will provide a free quote right on their website which allows property owners to find out how much they can get in as little as five minutes once they have provided the sales associate with their property address along with an estimated price quote for the repairs. Typically investment companies will stick to a simple formula when they buy homes such as purchasing investment properties at 70% of the full retail value minus the estimated cost of the repairs needed to bring the home back up to full value. People in situations where they need to sell extremely fast are a great fit for selling their Southern New Jersey houses to an investment company and should visit their website to obtain a free quote today.

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For more information about Rapid Home Liquidation, contact the company here:

Rapid Home Liquidation
Brian Rudderow
2158829828
rapidhomeliquidation@gmail.com
7201 Keystone St Ste 204
Philadelphia, PA 19135

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