Company Buys Houses In Any Condition in Cobb County

July 08, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mandich Property Group, based in Marietta, Georgia, has announced that they are buying houses in any condition in Cobb County. This allows people to sell one's home fast in any condition without making repairs. The company is made up of local investors who buy homes so that there will be no wait time for the bank to obtain paperwork together or any other difficulties that might arise. There will be also no inspections or somebody requiring the property owner to make repairs or restorations or perform any cleaning.

Natasha Mandich, a representative for Mandich Property Group, says, “If you have acquired a property from a member of the family's passing, unpleasant divorce, potential bankruptcy, or lots of other reasons, we will buy your home in Cobb County in as is condition whatever the reason. Our procedure was developed to be simple due to the fact that we have no desire to add to the burdens you already have. We are transparent and will respond to any concerns you might have. That is why we pay you cash for your house so you can move on as quickly as you are ready and willing to.”

According to Natasha Mandich, for people who want to sell one's house as is, all they have to do is contact them and talk to a Mandich Property Group caring expert to get a fair cash offer. People can call them or they can fill out an online form on the company website.

They believe that they are offering the best method for property owners to sell their home without a realtor. The offer is appropriate for people who need a cash buyer for their home because there are a number of potential problems when selling a home is done the conventional way with a real estate agent. One key problem is that the purchase of the property is contingent on the buyer being able to get some financing help in buying the home. Sometimes, prospective buyers are unable to get home financing and when this happens the transaction falls through and the seller will have to begin the cycle again of looking for a buyer.

Still another benefit of selling a home to Mandich Property Group without a realtor is that there will be no commissions or fees to pay. Also, in most cases, the company pays for all of the closing costs. Thus, the price that has been quoted will be the amount that the seller will receive in cash.

Also, particularly for those sellers who are in a hurry, Mandich Property Group can close in as little as seven days. Not only will there be no need to clean, repair or restore the house but the company has developed a simplified system to allow the transactions to be completed in as little as one week. This is mostly due to the fact that there would be no waiting for financial approvals and assessments.

With Mandich Property Group, selling a house can be done in three easy steps. The first step is for the homeowner to contact them either by phone or by filling out an online form. The second step is for a representative from the company to visit the property. The company will be making an offer and the homeowners can ask the representative any questions that they may have. They can either accept or reject the offer. And the third and final step is to close in a few days instead of months.

Mandich Property Group does not only buy houses in Cobb County, they also buy houses around metropolitan Atlanta, including Cherokee, Forsyth, Fulton, Douglas, Fayette, Henry, Bartow, Paulding, Gwinnett, Dekalb, Clayton, and Rockdale counties.

It is important to note that they are willing to buy any kind of house in any condition, even those that appear to be ugly or unsightly. Those who need more information about a company that buys houses in Cobb County, GA, can visit their website or contact them by phone or via email.

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For more information about Mandich Property Group, contact the company here:

Mandich Property Group
Natasha Mandich
770 756-8680
admin@mandichpropertygroup.com
2415 Broward Dr, Marietta, GA 30066

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