South Jersey Home Buying Company Advertises: We Buy Dilapidated Houses Cash

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local property investment firm Rapid Home Liquidation has recently announced that they will buy dilapidated houses with cash in Southern New Jersey in as little as ten business days. The company's CEO and owner Brian Rudderow stated: "Our company provides custom real estate solutions for homeowners who are facing foreclosure, divorce, inheritance, job relocation, bad tenants or squatters, tax liens, code violations, and other similar situations where they would benefit from a fast cash closing as opposed to listing on the market with a real estate agent."

Rudderow's company has flipped several properties around the South Jersey area over the past few years and they are now seeking to expand their reach throughout 2020 into the new decade. When a homeowner is searching for tips for selling South Jersey homes for cash it's important that they perform their due diligence to locate quality homebuyers who will provide them with real, actionable information that will actually help them make a decision rather than most investors who simply tell sellers whatever they think will make them choose to work with their particular company so they can earn a profit.

Investment companies who buy houses in South Jersey are sometimes willing to offer sellers extremely flexible clauses within their contracts to allow them the chance to remove their personal belongings from the property after the closing has already taken place. This is another major reason why more sellers are considering the option of doing business with a cash buyer instead of listing on the open market. Whenever a home is listed on the market with an agent there must be a series of repairs completed, and typically the home must be vacant so the realtor can show the property to prospective buyers.

Investment companies give homeowners the opportunity to cut out all of the headaches and delays that typically come with selling a home on the open market and get straight down to business with a cash offer that allows them to walk away with money in their pocket and less stress on their plate. Property buyers like Rapid Home Liquidation will usually try to be as fair as possible to all of their clients while still purchasing the property at a price that allows them to earn a profit. It is a business after all. For more information on selling South Jersey homes fast for cash to investors please click on the links in this article to receive a free quote on a home today.

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For more information about Rapid Home Liquidation, contact the company here:

Rapid Home Liquidation
Brian Rudderow
2158829828
rapidhomeliquidation@gmail.com
7201 Keystone St Ste 204
Philadelphia, PA 19135

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