Dependable Homebuyers is Buying Land Directly from Owners in Fort Myers

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Landowners in Fort Myers who want to sell their lots quickly should contact Dependable Homebuyers. Evan Roberts and his team at the We Buy Houses company have started buying land in Florida. They were mostly into residential properties since inception. The real estate investment firm is now acquiring all types of land. No real estate agents are involved in the process. Landowners need not list their lots online for sale. Landowners in Fort Myers can contact Dependable Homebuyers through their official website or call and speak with one of their executives to initiate the process.

Homeowners encounter many hurdles while trying to sell their residential properties. Landowners face more obstacles as they have fewer buyers. Resources are also limited. There are more listing services for houses than there are directories for land on sale. Real estate agents do not have specific training or experience in dealing with land. A few do but they too are constrained with fewer buyers and limited options. Most property developers and investors have stringent criteria driving their decisions and not all types of land are suitable for them. Landowners may have to wait for six months or longer to get a closing offer. Some lands remain unsold for years. Dependable Homebuyers solves all these problems with a simple proposition.

Dependable Homebuyers is interested in raw, vacant, agricultural, industrial, commercial, rural and urban lands. The piece of land can be small or large in size. It can be of any shape and condition. The location is also not an issue. The land may be in an area that has little potential of development in the near future. It can be a prime piece of land. Evan Roberts and his team will consider the sale of any type of land anywhere in Fort Myers. The company sends an expert to visit the site. There is a thorough inspection. Landowners get a cash offer without any obligation. The purchase offer is available in a day or two. Landowners can accept it immediately or take their time. Upon acceptance, Roberts and his team can close the deal instantly. They have the funds ready and can complete the sale in two weeks. A fortnight is the maximum time they need. Landowners can decide a convenient date if they do not want to sell within a fortnight. Those who want to sell land fast can definitely do so. Read the recent press release they published at

Dependable Homebuyers can secure the maximum return for a landowner. They do not have any service fee. There is no monetary liability for a seller. Since there are no realtors involved, there is no commission to be paid. The closing cost of the transaction is endured by the company. Landowners can sell their lots in as-is condition without spending any money. The thousands of dollars in commissions, closing costs, marketing expenses and prepping the land can be saved. This ensures the maximum net gain for landowners who choose to sell their lots to Dependable Homebuyers in Fort Myers.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers
Evan Roberts
(239) 232-3420
9540 Mariners Cove Ln, Fort Myers, FL 33919

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