Columbia based We Buy Houses Company gets Featured on NextCity.org

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Columbia based home buying company Dependable Homebuyers is acquiring historic properties. The We Buy Houses company has purchased all types of houses since its inception without any particular preference for location or condition. The real estate investment firm deals only with owners without the involvement of realtors or any role played by listing services. The company started buying historic houses owing to an increasing demand of such properties among buyers. It is now preserving and restoring historic homes in and around the city of Columbia. The specific initiative has been appreciated by NextCity.org. The national publication has featured the company and its owner in a recent edition.

NextCity.org is a respected authority in restoration and preservation of historic buildings. It routinely highlights accomplishments of companies and individuals in preserving architectural heritage and buildings that are deemed to be historically significant. The website also discusses policies, the varying conditions of historic properties and floats ideas what can be done to truly preserve valuable architectural assets. The owner of Dependable Homebuyers, Evan Roberts responded to the development by saying that his entire team is very happy with the recognition. He added that the propositions available now for owners of historic properties simplify their quests to liquidate such assets at fair prices. The owners can be certain that the properties will be restored and not replaced. No displacement takes place when Dependable Homebuyers acquires and rehabs historic homes. Interested homeowners can read a recent press release they published at https://docs.google.com/document/d/189IolCg8XrX7OTmomkWku1SYzB4CO0sPog87izMcGXw/preview.

Columbia has numerous historic houses and buildings. Some neighborhoods with plenty of these properties are undergoing gentrification. Roberts does not endorse gentrification on a large scale. He says that the process excludes the local community. Also, gentrification is not always the right approach. Restoring and preserving historic homes while ensuring they have an upgraded curb appeal and state of the art features should be the objective. This is also what buyers want. Most buyers interested in such properties are influenced by the solid structures and spaciousness. The quality and quantity of materials used in the construction of historic homes are much superior to how relatively modern houses are made. Strategic restoration makes such properties desirable and also valuable.

Evan Roberts and his team at Dependable Homebuyers has the simplest approach to buying historic homes in Columbia. Owners contact the team and schedule an appointment. They can also consult with the experts to chart a course ahead. Roberts and his team are more than forthcoming to assist owners with any information they need. The company also has a plethora of services that can be used for distinct purposes. The scheduled appointment is primarily for an inspection. It is followed by a nonobligatory purpose offer. Owners can accept or reject the proposition. Those who accept the offer can close the deal immediately. Roberts says his firm can complete the sale and acquisition in a week. It is easily the fastest way to sell any type of house, including historic homes in Columbia. The historic homes can be sold in any location throughout the city and the surrounding areas, regardless of the current condition.

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For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Columbia MD, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Columbia MD
Evan Roberts
(443) 219-8331
evan@dependablehomebuyers.com
7089 Copperwood Way, Columbia, MD 21046

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