Dependable Homebuyers is Buying Land from Owners in Ocean City

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Landowners in Ocean City can sell their lots to Dependable Homebuyers. The nationwide We Buy Houses company has now started buying raw and vacant lands anywhere in Ocean City and the surrounding areas. The company has been buying houses since its inception and has acquired many residential properties in the city over the years. It has recently expanded its portfolio and is acquiring lands.

Landowners have traditionally been dealing with numerous challenges. There are very few ways to sell land. One option is to deal with property developers. Another is to sell to an investor. Both have their stringent criteria. Property developers are not interested in any piece of land that they cannot envision having enormous potential. Investors have their own interests and a lot of land may not be conducive for their portfolio. Dependable Homebuyers does not have these problems. The company has not zeroed in on a few locations. It has not made a shortlist of the types of land it will purchase. It is keen to consider every type of land without the condition or location becoming an issue.

Dependable Homebuyers eliminates the need to hire a realtor. Landowners often have to bear the brunt of banks declining the loan application of a genuinely interested buyer. Many lands get wrongly evaluated and the price is subpar. The typical process is long and complex. There are uncertainties and futile appraisals or estimates. Landowners have to wait for months before they get a closing offer. Many landowners have had to wait for years before they could sell in Ocean City. All such hurdles are completely done away with when one chooses to sell directly to Dependable Homebuyers.

The owner and founder of the company, Evan Roberts says that his team can schedule an appointment as soon as a landowner wants. The site visit can be conducted the day after the first contact. The inspection is completed in one visit. Landowners can consult with their experts and get an all cash offer in a day or two after the inspection. This is not an estimate or appraisal. It is an actual purchase offer. There is no obligation on the part of the seller. A landowner can accept or reject the proposition. Landowners can take as long as they want to decide. Those who want a quick sale can decide immediately and Dependable Homebuyers will buy the land in a fortnight. The whole sale can be completed in fourteen days or less.

Evan Roberts says that his company is financially ready to acquire any type of land immediately. The size and hence the price of the land does not become a problem. Dependable Homebuyers does not charge any commission or fee. The closing cost is paid for by the company. Landowners can have a quick sale and secure the maximum return for their asset. There is no easier way to liquidate a real estate asset in Ocean City, especially a piece of land, than selling it to Dependable Homebuyers. Interested homeowners can read a recent press release they published at


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Ocean City NJ, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Ocean City NJ
Evan Roberts
(609) 281-8989
3622 West Ave, Ocean City, NJ 08226

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