Philadelphia Investment Firm Announces: We Will Buy The Ugliest Houses In Philly With Cash

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local property investment firm Rapid Home Liquidation has recently announced: "we will buy the ugliest Philadelphia houses with cash" in as little as 10 business days and will also cover all closing costs for the seller. CEO and owner of the company Brian Rudderow has stated: "our company focuses on solving real estate problems for our clients, and we will stop at nothing to close the deal no matter what it takes". Rudderow has been flipping properties in the Tri-State area for several years now, and he is looking to expand his reach into the Philadelphia market by purchasing run-down, dilapidated, ugly houses in the city and then rehabbing them and then relisting them back on the market to earn a profit.

Rapid Home Liquidation allows homeowners the chance to sell a Philadelphia house fast and they are also in other real estate markets such as Colorado and Florida. Rudderow first got into real estate after he had a break with his last business partner when he was in the vaporizer industry earning $10,000 per month income. He and his partner had a falling out over ownership percentages and Rudderow was looking for a new method for earning income online that would be more suited to a solopreneur such as himself. He quickly learned about flipping houses and real estate Wholesaling and began marketing online for motivated seller leads.

It took several months before Rudderow was able to close his first deal, but after that, he increased his conversion rate and was able to close an additional 20 wholesale deals and 6 fix and flip projects. Now, the company is even managing rental properties and earning $300 per month cashflow on a rent to own project. Many homeowners are now starting to discover the advantages and benefits of working with private real estate investment companies like Rapid Home Liquidation because they are able to craft custom transactions which allow them to be much more flexible than what would be possible in a traditional real estate transaction done through a real estate agent.

Rapid Home Liquidation is looking for 2 - 3 ugly houses per month to fix and flip in the Philadelphia market, and they will even pay a $500 referral fee to anyone in a local Philly neighborhood who can identify a house that is a good fit for a fix and flip project. This is great for revitalizing the crumbling infrastructure in Philadelphia and getting the cities many neighborhoods back on track to gentrification and stability.

The company is targeting specific areas of West Philadelphia such as zip codes 19131, 19139, 19143, and 19151. They prefer buying houses to flip near Fairmont Park in neighborhoods such as Wynnefield, Wynnefield Heights, Belmont Village, Hestonville, Cathedral Park, and Carrol Park.

The company is also looking for properties near the West Philadelphia YMCA in neighborhoods such as Dunlap, Mill Creek, Haddington, and Walnut Hill. They are also looking for projects south of there in Cobbs Creek, Angora, Cedar Park, Southwest Cedar Park, Squirrel Hill, and Kingsessing. Additionally, the company is also looking for homes to flip near Morris Park, Overbrook Park, Overbrook Farms, and Haddington Woods.

Homeowners looking to find out how we buy ugly philadelphia pa houses should contact Rapid Home Liquidation by filling out the form on their website to receive a free quote within 24 hours. The company can also be reached via call or text at (215) 882-9828 and they also have a live chat feature on their website where you can request a free quote and ask questions.

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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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