Zit Buys Homes COVID-19 Update: We Buy Houses In Austin – The Safe Way

May 22, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Zit Buys Homes, located at 13276 Research Blvd STE 105, Austin, TX 78750, has implemented many new options to facilitate safe property sales during the COVID-19 outbreak. The measures are in full compliance with current health guidelines and include social distancing measures, according to the company.

The Austin, Texas area is slowly opening back up during the current health crisis, but as is the case with the entire country, the process will take time. As such, Zit Buys Homes remains open for business, allowing their clients to reach out to them if they require a quick and uncomplicated method by which to sell their unwanted property. “We know that people still need to sell property such as homes, land, mobile homes, and other types of real estate. Zit Buys Homes services are now more necessary than ever for those who want to reduce the risks posed by human interaction,” says Jack Rady of Zit Buys Homes LLC. “We solve real estate problems, and we will continue to do so despite the challenges posed by the present crisis. We have several ways we can attend to your needs.”

Clients who have been keeping up with the news will find the new safety measures being undertaken by the company to be quite familiar. Rady explains, “All we are doing is observing the social distancing and health guidelines shared by officials,” he says. “We buy houses, and we can buy your house with few or even zero people having to enter the property. You tell us what works for you, and we will work out a solution that makes sense and feels safe to you.”

Rady further states, “When a team member or maintenance worker enters a home, they are equipped with gloves, a mask, and shoe coverings. We have closed our physical offices, we practice social distancing, and have eliminated any meeting that can be done over the phone or via a video call. We are taking this very seriously and are doing everything we can to keep our team safe and the homeowner.”

The company is very flexible in their process and will do whatever it takes to make it easy for any homeowner to sell a house during the Coronavirus pandemic. Selling a home is a lot of work and stress under normal circumstances. During the coronavirus pandemic, selling a house is just a little bit more stressful because of the possible extra cleaning and avoidance of contact.

The seller can define even the timing of the deal during these uncertain times. Zit Buys Homes lets the client choose precisely when they want to close the deal. They advise sellers to select a general date and then update later if circumstances change. Rady is confident that his team’s ability to be flexible will allow them to work following their clients’ requirements even under present conditions. He states, “The close date is completely in your control, fast or slow. We will always agree to move the date at your request. So, whether you want to sell your house fast or prefer to take more time, we will accommodate your needs.” This gives sellers the option to close before important legal events—or delay until the sale is appropriate for them and their families.

Rady says, “Our family has been here to serve Austin for over 30 years. We are here to serve you today, and we will be here to serve you tomorrow.” Further inquiries may be directed to Jack Rady or his team, and more information can be found on the company’s website. The company encourages sellers to get in touch today to learn how many options they have at their disposal.


For more information about Zit Buys Homes LLC, contact the company here:

Zit Buys Homes LLC
Jack Rady
(512) 825-2525
13276 Research Blvd Ste 105
Austin, TX 78750

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