Local Property Investment Firm Announces: We Buy Houses In Delaware Fast

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local house flipping company Rapid Home Liquidation has recently announced: "we buy houses fast in Delaware". The company owner and CEO Brian Rudderow recently stated "our company has the buying power to come in and purchase any home in the Delaware area with cash in as little as ten business days, and we even cover all closing costs in each and every transaction that we participate in." The company is already several years old and they have flipped multiple properties throughout Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.

Now they are looking to expand their reach into the Delaware market and are targeting major cities such as Wilmington, Dover, Rehobeth Beach, Bethany Beach, and other surrounding areas throughout the state.

Rapid Home Liquidation also helps homeowners who are looking to sell their Philadelphia houses fast and can close quickly in a matter of 10 days instead of weeks like when sellers list on the open market with a real estate agent. Selling a home to a local investment company can be a great strategy for homeowners who are looking to add a layer of flexibility to the real estate transaction as opposed to being limited to working within the standard procedures of listing a home on the market with an agent.

Listing a home with an agent is often a long, drawn-out, complicated process that can take several months. Selling a property to an investment company is much faster and can take place in as little as seven days. Most homeowners who choose to sell to a real estate investor are in a position where speed and flexibility are more important than getting top-dollar value for their home. People who are facing foreclosure, going through a divorce, or have recently inherited a property in Delaware can find that selling to an investor can be of great benefit and convenience.

Investors will often draft custom clauses and allow their sellers to remain in the property even after the closing has already taken place and they have received the money. This is known as a "post-closing occupancy agreement" and is normally executed from between two weeks to 60 days. An official lease is required for anything over 60 days.

Rapid Home Liquidation works directly with homeowners who are looking to sell quickly and would like to remain in the home and have a chance to vacate after the closing has taken place. This is an extremely attractive idea for homeowners who have homes that are filled with junk and need lots of updating before they can be listed with an agent. The company offers free quotes in under 24 hours and they will even help homeowners sell junk and personal property to get them more cash in their pockets.

For more details about selling Delaware houses to an investment company please visit Rapid Home Liquidation's website and fill out the form on the home page to get a free quote in less than 24 hours.


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

Rapid Home Liquidation
Brian Rudderow
7201 Keystone St Ste 204
Philadelphia, PA 19135

ReleaseID: 60031819

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