Reputable Company Buys Houses For Cash In Atlanta

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Marietta, GA based Mandich Property Group (MPG) is reaching out to homeowners in their community to explain how they can begin selling a house for cash. An expert in acquiring houses this way, Mandich Property Group offers homeowners a means of avoiding the pitfalls of the more traditional real estate market.

Those who have attempted to put their house up on real estate listings in the past will be aware that it can be a painstakingly tedious and time consuming process. Houses often need to look their best, especially when prospective buyers stop by to look it over, and this invariably means that the present owners will have to put in the effort to spruce up the property as much as possible. This can involve a range of tasks that vary from simply sweeping out the house to remodeling and renovating entire sections. This issue is often exacerbated by the fact that such remedial measures often place an additional financial strain on the owners, who have to pay for repairs, repainting, refurbishment, and so on.

Additionally, selling a house is rarely a straightforward process. Houses in the US often spend an average time on the market that is measured in months—and houses have even been known to take years to find a serious buyer. In all that time, the owners’ financial resources are constantly being drained with the related costs of upkeep, realtor’s fees, and more. Most notably, if the owners had wished to sell their home because that was the only way they could resolve a financial emergency, a delay of such magnitude could prove costly in more ways than one. If the owners are currently in residence, this can also mean that they will have to allow groups of strangers to walk through their home as they inspect it, disrupting their day-to-day lives. Fortunately, such homeowners have an attractive option to consider, especially if they want to try selling without a realtor getting involved in the process. They can approach the Mandich Property Group for help.

“We give you an easy and stress-free way to sell your house,” affirmed Natasha Mandich of the Mandich Property Group. She continues, “The truth is, selling a house isn’t easy. Anyone who has sold a house will tell you that. You have to make sure it’s sparkling clean, with nothing broken or needing repair. Then you have to find an agent—It’s a long and hard process is what I’m saying. However, if you’re selling to the Mandich Property Group, you won’t have to deal with any of that hassle. You have a house you need to sell and we’ll buy it, as is, for cash.”

Working with MPG gives homeowners a host of advantages, states Mandich. First and foremost, given that the company is able to pay with cash, they are able to close deals in a matter of days. “On average, homeowners work with us for about 21 days before the deal is closed and they have their cash in hand,” she says. “However, we understand that some clients will need to be done much sooner than that. In such a situation, we’re still able to come through for them and provide the relief they need. If you’re really in a bind, come talk to us. We may be able to help you and buy your home in as few as seven days.”

One of the reasons that the Mandich Property Group is able to offer such an attractive timetable is that they have very few requirements that need to be met. Homeowners do not need to repair or refurbish their homes in any way, for instance, since the company is ready and willing to buy homes in any condition. “We like to take care of everything ourselves,” says Mandich. “We’ll have a look at your home once you call us, and we’ll give you a fair price for your property shortly after. You can then choose whether or not you’ll take us up. It’s that simple.”

Sellers will also appreciate that they will now have no need to consider the hidden financial obligations that accompany a ‘normal’ house sale. There are no realtor fees to deal with, no need to pay for ads online, no need to pay to host prospective buyers, and so on. “We’re a locally owned, family-run company,” Mandich adds. “We’re just trying to make everything easy for everyone. If your best option isn’t selling to us, we’ll still do everything humanly possible to help you out. We’ve been buying real estate since the nineties; we know the ins and out of the business and we know it can be a complicated situation at times. We do our best to put our community first by respecting everyone's individual situation.”

Learn more about how to sell a house for cash by visiting the company’s website or following them on their social media channels to stay up to date with their latest news, offers, and announcements. Interested parties may also contact Jennifer Mandich of the Mandich Property Group to make further inquiries.

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For more information about Mandich Property Group, contact the company here:

Mandich Property Group
Natasha Mandich
770 756-8680
admin@mandichpropertygroup.com
2415 Broward Dr, Marietta, GA 30066

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