Rapid Home Liquidation Announces: We Buy Houses In South Jersey

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Rapid Home Liquidation, a real estate investment company based in Philadelphia, has announced that they now buy homes in the South Jersey area, bringing the excellence and expertise that characterized them at their other locations. With this new expansion of their services, the company seeks to reach a wider base of customers and provide them a quick and hassle-free alternative to selling their homes on the conventional real estate market. The company promises to handle every step of the sales process, freeing their clients of any worries that they may have.

Brian Rudderow, a representative of Rapid Home Liquidation, states, "We know just how complicated and challenging it can be to sell your house, even in an area like South Jersey. There is a lot of paperwork that needs to be done, renovations that have to be carried out, and you often need to schedule and reschedule visits in order to make your house more appealing to potential buyers. Even if you list your house with a local realtor, it can still take months to find a prospective buyer—who'll most likely try to lower the price as much as possible, making you lose even more money. You'll end up thinking that there must be a better way to sell your house in South Jersey and, as a matter of fact, there is. This is where we come in as real estate investors."

Rapid Home Liquidation's primary objective is to provide their clients with an all-cash offer in as few as 24 hours after an initial inspection. Following this period, the sale can be closed in as soon as seven days. The quotes offered by the company are fulfilled regardless of the house's current state, as the company reassures clients that they buy houses in any condition. In effect, they choose to produce a fair offer based on the house’s potential rather than its existing value, saving homeowners thousands of dollars in repairs and renovations that would otherwise be necessary with a traditional home sales process.

"We specialize in buying houses that not many other people would make offers on," notes Rudderow. "As long as your property meets our own criteria, we will produce an offer and present you with a closing time. If everything pans out, we can close the deal as soon as seven days after the initial offer, with the agreed amount of money being deposited directly into your bank account. While other companies advertise processes similar to ours, they are all amateur investors who lack expertise and knowledge of the field. Our experience will prove worthwhile to you as a homeowner and, from our very first contact, we will demonstrate what makes us the best option to sell your house in South Jersey."

As Rapid Home Liquidation observes, they are not real estate agents and they do not list their clients’ houses on the real estate market, Rather they buy houses with the intention of investing in them—making repairs and renovating, and eventually selling them to other homeowners or keeping them as a rental property. The company also takes pride in the transparency of the process they use to determine a property's value. They base their offers on the house's location, the repairs that it needs, its current condition, and the value of comparable houses that were sold recently in the area. They study all of this information and determine a fair price for the house that will benefit both parties.

Additionally, the company notes that their clients do not have to pay for commissions or fees for their services when they sell their houses to Rapid Home Liquidation, further differentiating them from more traditional methods. Compared to a real estate agent (who would charge a commission of up to 6% of the house's value), this allows homeowners a larger margin of profit and a better overall experience.

Rapid Home Liquidations' services extend across numerous regions of South Jersey, including Camden County, Gloucester County, Cape May County, and so on. Residents of these areas can rely on the renowned company to provide them with a solution to sell their house quickly, assisted by the wealth of experience they boast in the field.

The company's website includes more information on the home buying process that Rapid Home Liquidation offers, and hosts a contact form that interested parties may use to schedule an inspection of their house. Furthermore, they may contact Brian Rudderow to follow up on any inquiries they may have. They may also read further at the following link: Rapid Home Liquidation South Jersey.

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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

ReleaseID: 60031581

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