Dependable Homebuyers Weighs In On Saturated Market in San Antonio

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers in San Antonio has recently expressed concern regarding how saturated the real estate market is currently. This is presenting many problems to property owners who are trying to find prospective buyers.

The real estate market in the San Antonio area has certainly become a buyer’s market. Properties are remaining on the market longer amounts of time and homeowners are eventually forced to sell for a lower cost than they were originally hoping for. Currently, there is a huge supply of houses in the San Antonio region. Unfortunately, the demand for this is very low because the majority of homeowners have decided to leave the city and relocate to the suburbs.

Dependable Homebuyers is a well-known company with a strong reputation for buying houses from homeowners without the additional fees that are involved when using a traditional real estate agent. The company makes offers on any types of properties, no matter what kind of condition they are in. One of the things that Dependable Homebuyers prides themselves in is understanding that sometimes homeowners fall into difficult situations which force them to sell their home. Some of these circumstances require that the home be sold as quickly as possible. This is where it is very beneficial to work with a company like Dependable Homebuyers. Once their offer is accepted by the homeowner, they set up closing within 7 days.

When a homeowner reaches out to the company via phone or email, they are asked a few simple questions about the property. If it meets the criteria for buying, an appointment is set up for a representative to come out and take a look. From that point, a reasonable offer is presented to the owner within 24 hours. The homeowner is encouraged to take their time and decide what is best for their situation and needs. Should they decide to accept the offer, closing is set-up to take place within 7 days, giving the homeowner the cash they need and deserve for their property.Read the recent press release they published at

When a property owner hires a real estate agent to sell their home, they can expect to pay at least 6% for agent commission fees and then another 2% goes toward the closing costs. In many instances, there is also an inspection fee and financing contingency that is required which is at least another 15%. This can certainly add up. However, with Dependable Homebuyers, the homeowner does not pay any of those fees. The offer that they make to the homeowner is very straightforward and does not include any type of hidden fees.

Many past clients of Dependable Homebuyers have reported being very pleased with their experience in working with the company. They have a reputation of being very helpful and keeping the best interest of the client as the main focus.

Those who are interested in contacting the company can find the necessary information on their website as far as email and phone number. Many clients feel that reaching out to them was the best decision they made.


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

Dependable Homebuyers San Antonio
Evan Roberts
(210) 944-4115
10211 Canton Field, San Antonio, TX 78245

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