Dependable Homebuyers in WIlliamsburg Speaks About the Market Saturation

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers in Williamsburg has recently acknowledged that many homeowners are dealing with a real estate market that is saturated, making it difficult to sell their home.

The market in the area has become a buyer’s market which has led to many houses remaining on the market far longer than many homeowners would like. In some instances, they are even being forced to accept lower offers than they had originally intended to. Williamsburg has seen a great supply of houses on the market with very low demand because many homeowners have decided to relocate from the city to the suburbs.

Dependable Homebuyers has built a reputation as a company that buys houses in any condition without ever charging any commissions or having hidden fees. They pride themselves in offering clients a fair amount for their property no matter what kind of condition it is in or the circumstances surrounding the need to sell.

Many homeowners find that the process of selling their home is quite stressful and lengthy. This is never the case when working with Dependable Homebuyers. They pride themselves with having a streamlined process when it comes to buying homes from clients. Once a prospective client makes contact with the company, they are asked a few simple questions. If the property meets the appropriate criteria, then an appointment is set up for a representative to come out and take a look at the property. The appointment is very short and convenient for the client. Within 24 hours, a reasonable offer is prepared and presented to the client. From that point, it is completely up to the client as to rather they accept the offer or not. There is never any pressure placed on the client by Dependable Homebuyers. In fact, they encourage homeowners to weigh their options and make sure they are making the best decision possible. Once a homeowner accepts the offer, closing is set up to take place within 7 days, freeing the client from the unwanted property.

When listing a house with a traditional real estate agent, a homeowner can expect to pay at least 6% for the agent's commission. In addition, there is another 2% to be expected to go toward closing costs. Should an inspection be required, this can result in additional costs or even the deal falling through. When selling to Dependable Homebuyers, there are never any of these fees involved. The offer that the client receives is very straightforward and that is their money. They do not ever have to worry about paying any hidden fees. Read the recent press release they published at

Many previous clients have expressed their satisfaction in working with Dependable Homebuyers. Meghan S. stated, “Working with Dependable Homebuyers gave me an option for selling my home that I did not think was possible. They were fair in their offer and got me the cash that I needed.”

Prospective clients who are curious about the company and how their process works, are encouraged to visit their website where more information can be found about how to contact the company and get the process started.


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Williamsburg, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Williamsburg
Evan Roberts
(757) 347-0457
109 Warwick Hills, Williamsburg, VA 23188

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