We Buy Houses in Washington DC, Says Cash Offer On House

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Cash Offer On House has announced that they are offering to buy houses in Washington, DC. This is particularly helpful for people who want to sell their house fast because they will buy houses in Washington DC for cash, in any situation or condition. More about this can be gleaned at https://cashofferonhouse.com/washington-dc/. They will buy the house as is, whatever condition it is in. With their offer, a homeowner who wants to sell a house fast for any reason may be able to sell the house and get the cash in as little as seven days.

Don Phelps from Cash Offer On House says, “We are a real estate investment company that specializes in buying houses for cash in 'as-is' condition. We have helped hundreds of homeowners by buying their home quickly and for a fair price. Now, we're happy to announce that we are ready to buy houses in Washington, DC. Since we buy homes in as-is condition, you are able to walk away from your home without making any repairs, no matter how many repairs your home needs. Our 3 step process allows you to sell your home on your timeline, while still receiving a fair offer. Now you can easily sell your house without a realtor, as is, for cash.”

For instance, this offer may be appropriate for an administrator of an estate that has been left in Washington, DC. Usually, an administrator doesn’t live in the property, thus, the house is left unattended for a long time. This may cause the house to decline in condition and it may be predisposed to vandalism and burglary. What is needed is a quick way to sell the property but selling it through a realtor may take several months or even longer, especially if the house is in a shabby condition.

Cash Offer On House offers a solution by buying the house in any condition. There would be no need to clean or repair the house and the cash will be available in just seven days. This is in contrast to the conventional way of selling a house through a realtor. This will take a long time because the realtor will need to list the house for sale and the homeowner will also need to have the house cleaned and repaired. And then there would be the long wait for the bank approval because the buyer will likely need some financial assistance to come up with the amount to purchase the home. With Cash Offer On House, they will be buying it for cash so there would be no need for a bank approval. The seller gets to receive the offered purchase price in cash in a matter of days.

And it should be noted that Cash Offer On House does not just buy homes in Washington, DC. For instance, as can be seen at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/34928-cash-offer-on-house-we-buy-houses-in-pensacola-fl, they have recently announced that they are buying homes in Pensacola, Florida.

Selling a house to Cash Offer On House requires a simple three-step process. First, the home seller contacts them and submits the needed information about the property, and then they will schedule a time and date for a meeting. The second step is the scheduled meeting where a representative from the company will take a look at the house for sale and will answer any questions the seller may have. It is also at this time that they will present a cash offer to the seller. And the seller may or may not decide to accept the cash offer. And in the third and final step, they will close based on the preferred closing date of the seller.

It should be noted that an important advantage of their offer is that the seller will be receiving exactly the amount that was offered. There would no fees or closing costs to deduct and there would be no commissions to pay.

Those who are interested in selling their house fast can check out the Cash Offer On House website at https://cash-offer-on-house.business.site/, or contact them on the telephone or through email. They are open 24 hours a day, from Monday to Sunday.


For more information about Cash Offer On House, contact the company here:

Cash Offer On House
Don Phelps
(888) 683-7909
402 S Randolph Ave
Landrum, South Carolina 29356

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