We Continue to Buy Houses in Bucks County, Says Bucks Buyer

April 07, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Bucks Buyer, a real estate consultant firm based in Holland, Pennsylvania, has announced that they will still be buying houses in any condition in Buck County despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. This means that people who have a house in Bucks County that they want to sell as quickly as possible may still depend on them to buy their house, regardless of its condition. They will be complying with all of the recommendations from health authorities on what to do to protect themselves, particularly when meeting up with clients, but they will always be ready to help people sell their house fast.

Ed, a spokesperson for Bucks Buyer, says, “We would like homeowners in Bucks County to know that we are ready to serve their needs when it comes to selling a home quickly.” He continues, “We’ll know very quickly if we can help you, and unlike selling through an agent, you don’t have to wait to see if the buyer can get financing, we’re ready to buy right now. The process of selling your home with a real estate agent is expensive and filled with obstacles that prevent you from selling your house quickly when time is of the essence. Moreover, the costs on your home will keep accumulating while you wait for a qualified buyer to come around and finally purchase the property from you. With us, you can sell your house fast.”

Bucks Buyer is ready to buy the house as-is, whatever the reason of the homeowner to sell the house. It is possible that the house is in a bad state of repair and the owner is unable to afford to have it repaired. Or, the home sellers could be relocating to a different city, or the property was just inherited but they don’t want to live in that place. They may be facing a divorce or the property is in danger of foreclosure. Or they can no longer afford the monthly payments for the home. Or the house may be owned by a landlord who is having problems with a tenant.

While the home sellers may have different circumstances, they all have the same desire of wanting to sell their house as fast as possible, but selling the home through the conventional way would take too long. First, they’ll need to find a reliable real estate agent, and then the agent will have the property listed. After that comes the long wait for a potential buyer. Next, they will need to show the house to the different prospects. If the house is not in a good condition, it would be almost impossible to find a buyer. And even if they were lucky enough to find one, they will still need to wait again, possibly for months, because the buyer will likely need to get some financing help from a bank.

With Bucks Buyer, there would be no need to wait for a buyer and then for a bank approval. They are ready to buy a house in any condition and they will be paying in cash so there would be no need for financing. They will also make sure to provide a fair offer. And the amount offered will not be reduced because the company will be handling the closing costs, and there would be no commission to pay to a real estate agent.

The house seller will simply need to contact Bucks Buyer to provide the details of the property. Bucks Buyer will assess that information and then make a fair cash offer. The seller will decide whether the offer is acceptable or not, and if it is, they will proceed to the closing, where the seller receives the amount offered.

Those who are interested in selling their house, in any condition, as fast as possible may want to check out the website of Bucks Buyer. Ed says, “When we buy houses for cash, there’s no need to wait for an agent find you a buyer and wait even more for a bank approval. We can close within 7 to 10 days.”


For more information about Bucks Buyer, contact the company here:

Bucks Buyer
(215) 618-4080
488 revere dr
holland, pa, 18966

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