Denver Cash Home Buyer Will Buy The Ugliest Homes In Any Condition

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local Denver cash home buyer HBR Colorado will buy the ugliest homes in the metro area in as little as seven business days using their own private cash reserves. The company's CEO and owner Brian Rudderow stated: "our company provides homeowners with a streamlined method for getting cash for their houses in the shortest time-frame possible and allows them to sell their home without having to invest any of their own time or money into the deal." Rudderow's company has flipped several properties in the Denver Metro area including Arvada, Littleton, Aurora, Centennial, and Lakewood. Now they are marketing for more properties and hope to buy more homes in the upcoming months.

Selling Denver homes fast to an investment company is a great fit for sellers who are facing foreclosure, divorce, bad tenants or squatters, job relocation, extensive repairs, inheritance, and other similar situations where getting fast cash is more appealing than listing with an agent and waiting around for the home to be sold to a qualified buyer. Listing with an agent is only a good fit for people who have time and money because the selling process will oftentimes take several months depending on the local market statistics and listing price. One thing that can be taken into account is the average days on the market because if that number is higher than 60 then the home is in an area where the buying power is lower than average and will likely end up sitting for a while before it finally sells.

Listing a property with a local real estate agent is only a good fit for homeowners who have the time to wait around while the property is being shown to prospective buyers. Homeowners who are still living inside of the house they want to sell and still have a large amount of personal property stored inside are ideal candidates for selling directly to an investment company. Investors will allow homeowners some time after closing to remove personal belongings, and in certain cases will even help the homeowner liquidate some of their property and help them get it loaded into a storage unit or pod. It all depends on the type of investor who is working on a particular transaction whether or not they are inclined to help out in additional ways.

Homeowners searching for keyword phrases such as "sell my house fast Denver Colorado" should do research on the various investment companies that are out there in the marketplace to determine which ones are a good fit for doing business with. Investors will typically buy houses that are in poor condition and need thousands of dollars worth of repairs before they can finally be listed back on the marketplace for sale. Investment companies buy Denver Metro homes using their own cash so you will never be responsible for paying any of the closing costs or wasting money on hiring contractors and performing repairs yourself. That's the main benefit of working directly with a cash home buyer such as HBR Colorado.

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For more information about HBR Colorado, contact the company here:

HBR Colorado
Brian Rudderow
7192860053
rapidhomeliquidation@gmail.com
3094 1/2 W Colorado Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

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