Dependable Homebuyers has Started Buying Land in Columbia

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers has issued a press release, notifying landowners that they are now buying lots of land in Columbia and the surrounding areas. Anyone who owns a piece of land and wants to sell it can contact the We Buy Houses company directly and get a cash offer. The company has diversified from buying just houses. While it continues to buy houses throughout the state of Maryland, it is now also buying all types of land.

Evan Roberts, the owner of the real estate investment firm, has said that his team will have the same approach to buying land as they have done while purchasing houses. The company buys houses directly from homeowners. It sends an expert to inspect a house and a fair value is ascertained. A cash offer is presented in writing without any obligation for the seller. The owner can then decide whether or not to accept the offer. The purchase offer is usually presented within a day of the inspection. The sale can be closed in seven days if the owner agrees to sell immediately. Sellers have the option of deciding a convenient date of sale. There is only a minor difference in this process and how Dependable Homebuyers is buying land.

The inspection and evaluation are done by their experts. Landowners do not pay anything and are not obligated in any way. The purchase offer is available in two days or so. The sale takes a fortnight or less. Landowners can sell land fast and complete the sale within two weeks. Landowners can also decide to sell at a later date. The offer still stands. It is an all cash offer. There is no part payment. There is no deferred payment. The entire lump sum is paid through cash transfer as the contract is signed. Landowners do not pay closing costs. The entire sum of money as stated in the purchase offer is what gets credited into the bank account of the seller.

Selling land is difficult. Securing the maximum profit or net gain is harder. Real estate agents often reduce the ask price to make the sale easier. Buyers will always hard press for a reduction and keep on negotiating without a closing offer. These variables are nonexistent when Dependable Homebuyers is in the picture. Landowners can now sell without paying any commission. The commission charged by realtors is hefty. The closing costs are also substantial, which are completely assumed by the We Buy Houses company. Landowners have the simplest option at their discretion and it has never been easier to sell a piece of land. Read the recent press release they published at

Dependable Homebuyers has clearly stated that it is interested in all types of land, raw and vacant or partly developed, agricultural or rural or urban. It is buying land everywhere in Columbia and throughout the state of Maryland. Those who want to sell land fast should immediately contact the company. Calling is the best option but landowners can also fill up the online form on their website and get a callback.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Columbia MD
Evan Roberts
(443) 219-8331
7089 Copperwood Way, Columbia, MD 21046

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