Zit Buys Homes LLC: We Buy Houses Fast For Cash in Austin

December 07, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Austin, Texas based Zit Buys Homes LLC has announced that they are looking to buy as many properties as possible for cash in and around the Austin Metro area. The company purchases houses quickly while offering a hassle-free experience for homeowners. With Zit Buys Homes, homeowners can get a preliminary, no-obligation cash offer from the company within just 24 hours of submitting basic information about their home on Zit Buys Homes's website.

Jack Rady, founder of Zit Buys Homes LLC stated, “Zit Buys Homes is actively searching to buy dozens of properties in Austin in as-is condition and in any price range. For this reason, we will literally look at any type of property, from houses, mobile homes, condos, and land regardless of its condition. We will visit all kinds of properties, including ugly run-down houses as well as houses in great shape that don't really need any, or much, work.”

“Being a locally-owned and family-run business, we care about our clients and their individual situations. We treat our clients with the respect and dignity that they deserve. In the event that we are not able to close a deal and purchase your property, we will still be more than happy to give you advice and suggestions on the best ways to continue to help sell your property, given your unique requirements,” Rady says.

Mr. Rady further explained that they make a cash offer based on the property’s current market value and condition with no commissions, closing fees, service fees, and other hidden charges. Rady further stated that they can close a sale in as quickly as one week while maintaining a priority on making the process of selling a house as painless as possible for the seller. Furthermore, Rady highlights that unlike other ‘we buy houses companies,’ Zit Buys Homes does not make any offer without examining the property first. Many aspects are taken into consideration so they can give the best offer that will benefit both parties.

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As noted in the company’s most recent blog post, selling a house is challenging under the best of times—and it is even more stressful if the owner is experiencing any financial problems. “We have bought houses from people who have inherited a property from a deceased family member and from those who are facing foreclosure, relocation, divorce, and many other reasons,” Rady says. The company aims to help homeowners get the cash they need in as few as ten days while eliminating unnecessary paperwork and red tape. She also stresses that their buying process is designed to put cash in the seller’s hands without the usual waiting game for financial approvals, appraisals, client visits, inspections, and other delay-generating hassles.

Meanwhile, as noted on the company’s website, selling an Austin property to Zit Buys Homes LLC is a fast and efficient way to directly sell a house without having to worry about buyer mortgage contingency problems. A buyer mortgage contingency is a feature of a contract for the purchase of a home, which states that the home purchase is contingent on the buyer getting a mortgage. When a buyer fails to get home financing, the deal will not push through and home sellers have to start all over again, reliving the cycle of contacting real estate agents, open houses, negotiation on offers, and so on.

Another benefit of directly selling a property to Zit Buys Homes, says Rady, is that a home seller can save on fees and commissions since the company pays for all the closing costs themselves. “In addition, instead of paying for a real estate agent’s commission, the money will now go to your own pocket. You also no longer have to wait and deal with unreliable real estate agents,” Rady stated. Zit Buys Homes LLC has earned a reputation as the most trusted and experienced ‘we buy houses’ company in the greater Austin area, and they take pride in offering exceptional customer service throughout the entire process.

Austin area homeowners may visit Zit Buys Homes’s website to read further on their house buying process. Homeowners who wish to sell their property quickly may also send an email or call the company’s service hotline to schedule a property viewing and initial evaluation. They may also connect with Zit Buys Homes LLC through their official social media pages to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about Zit Buys Homes LLC, contact the company here:

Zit Buys Homes LLC
Jack Rady
(512) 825-2525
jack@zitbuyshomes.com
13276 Research Blvd Ste 105
Austin, TX 78750

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