Indiana Preferred Home Buyers: We Buy Houses All Across Indiana

October 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Indiana Preferred Home Buyers, a real estate consultant based in Highland, Indiana, is pleased to announce that they are ready and willing to quickly buy homes in Indiana for cash. The company purchases homes directly from the owners, cutting out the need for agents and middlemen and providing the people of Indiana a prompt and hassle-free means of selling their homes to make a good profit. More details regarding their services in Indiana can be found on their website, here:

Al Perez, owner of Indiana Preferred Home Buyers, says, “If you’ve sold or tried selling a house, we don’t need to tell you what an exhausting process it can be. There are just too many factors involved, even if you’re ignoring all the fees and the forms. At Indiana Preferred Home Buyers, we want to cut through all that. We want to make the process simple for you. Our approach makes your life easy and benefits both parties because our service buys your home from you, directly, with no hassle. We pay you in cash and we work on your timeline. We look forward to buying homes from homeowners in and around Indiana.”

The company states that their aim is to give house sellers an easier alternative to listing their property. Indiana Preferred Home Buyers accomplishes this by making the highest possible offer to their sellers so that they earn a fair profit despite selling their home as is. All the offers Indiana Preferred Home Buyers make are no-obligation offers, which means that the sellers can change their minds at any point if they wish to do so. The company affirms that they price their homes by considering the market value of the property in question and then deducting the costs for the necessary maintenance and repairs, allowing them to give homeowners the best deal possible. The company is also active in Porter county and elsewhere across Indiana.

The company’s dedication to their service is evident in the customer reviews they receive online. In her recent five star review, Judy S. says, “We needed some help with selling my dad’s house in the Merrillville area. We came across Al and this company by searching the internet and are so lucky we did. Al made the whole process very quick and easy and worked with our timeline. He was very respectful to us and, more importantly, to my dad who was giving up a home with more than 50 years of memories. Thank you, Al, for making a difficult decision a little easier!”

In another review, Hosam and Cheryle Abul-Husn say, “Mr. Perez made selling our home easy and uncomplicated. He was extremely professional. It all took place quickly without any hassle. We received a fair price and were paid quickly. We would be happy to work with Indiana Preferred Home Buyers again in the future.” More information can be found at the following link:

Perez says, “I truly believe what sets our business apart is the fact that we are willing to go the extra mile for our clients in order to give them the best deal possible. We put together all of our years of experience and ensure that each and every client we take on gets nothing but the best treatment. We’ve worked very hard over the course of our long career in the industry and have the knowhow to make the experience pleasant for every homeowner. On a personal level, I always try to interact with all our clients and provide all the information they need so that they can make the best choices possible given their unique circumstances.”

Those who wish to learn more about Indiana Preferred Home Buyers and the services they provide, or are simply looking to sell their house to the company, can find the necessary information on the company’s website. Interested parties are also encouraged to get in touch with Al Perez directly for further details. The company also runs a page on Facebook, where they frequently post updates and communicate with their clients. The Facebook page can be found at the following link:


For more information about Indiana Preferred Home Buyers, contact the company here:

Indiana Preferred Home Buyers
Al Perez
(219) 669-4806
2929 Jewett Ave
Highland, IN 46322

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