Dependable Homebuyers Rolls out New Seller Financing Service

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Baltimore, Maryland - Dependable Homebuyers has just announced its latest service for homeowners and sellers in Baltimore, Maryland. The We Buy Houses company that has a presence across the nation is rolling out a seller financing program in Baltimore City that will further empower homeowners who wish to sell their properties. The company is already into buying houses directly from homeowners for a onetime cash payment. They have a practice of presenting a purchase offer after viewing and inspecting the property followed by the verification of all relevant facts. This is an expedited process and homeowners have an offer in twenty four to forty eight hours. The company pays a lump sum and buys the property, usually within seven business days after the homeowner accepts the proposition.

The new seller financing service allows homeowners to get paid in installments. This is not a replacement of the cash offer but an additional option for homeowners. There are property owners who are compelled to take out a second mortgage. Sellers often face a hurdle when the interested buyers are unable to get approved for the required mortgage. The new seller financing opportunity solves all these problems with one solution. Sellers can now explore an installment system that allows them to capitalize on the equity of the property. Buyers can now directly pay the sellers in installments without the involvement of a mortgage lender or a bank.

Dependable Homebuyers in Baltimore City has been a disruptive force in the real estate industry and it has only worked well for sellers. Homeowners who have had to wait for months to get genuinely interested homebuyers are not being able to sell their houses directly to the company and within seven business days up to a fortnight. They get actual cash offers and not just estimates or appraisals. Homeowners can now save the six percent of their ask price or selling price that is charged by real estate agents. There are no processing or closing costs, property inspection fees or appraisal charges. Dependable Homebuyers does not have any service fee. They do not charge a commission. Even the legal costs are paid for by the company to take care of the formalities facilitating the sale.

The announcement of the new selling financing program follows a spree of recent measures taken by the company to reach out to more homeowners. Recently, the company announced its intent to buy houses facing foreclosure. The real estate consultants at Dependable Homebuyers specialize in short sales. A quick sale can help homeowners secure a return on their investment, something that is guaranteed to be unavailable in case of a foreclosure. Dependable Homebuyers is also buying hoarder houses in Baltimore, Maryland. Owners of hoarder houses cannot explore traditional ways to sell their properties. They have to deal with many hurdles and the outcome is rarely satiating, either financially or otherwise.

The new seller financing opportunity for homeowners in Baltimore, Maryland, does not interfere with the other policies of the company. Dependable Homebuyers continues to buy all types of houses, in any condition and at every location in the city. Homeowners can visit Dependable Homebuyers' recent press release to learn more about Dependable Homebuyers and their involvement in Baltimore City. 




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