Direct Mail Campaign Presents A Solution For Sellers In A Saturated Baton Rouge Real Estate Sector

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers has started a direct mail campaign in Baton Rouge. The real estate investment firm is circulating We Buy Houses postcards for the homeowners in the city and its surrounding areas. The campaign is aimed at informing homeowners that they can sell their residential properties to the company. No real estate agent gets involved and there is no listing of the house for sale. The saturated buyers market in Baton Rouge can be completely avoided and hence all the challenges homeowners turned sellers experience can be circumvented.

Dependable Homebuyers plans to buy more houses in Baton Rouge this year compared to 2018. This allows more homeowners to consider selling their houses directly and quickly to Evan Roberts and his team. Evan Roberts who is the founder and owner of the company says that they are willing to buy all types of properties and it does not matter where a house is or what condition it is in. Roberts states that they have purchased homes in all possible conditions. They have bought houses with damaged foundation, flooded basement and other structural problems. They do not require homeowners to repair anything. They do not insist on staging. In fact, they encourage homeowners to present their properties in the exact condition during viewing. This enables a fair assessment of the value of a house. Interested homeowners can read a recent press release they published at

Homeowners trying to sell a house for any reason have to deal with many costs and complicated processes. Real estate agents insist on staging, there are third party inspection and an unavoidable appraisal. Realtors charge a massive six percent commission. The closing cost needs to be paid by the seller. There is substantial advertising expenditure. Repairs and renovations can cost a small fortune. All these financial obligations are nonexistent when sellers consider Dependable Homebuyers. The company schedules an appointment immediately after the first call or an owner can choose a convenient time in a few days. The appointment is for viewing and inspection. There is a real time assessment and a purchase offer is made within twenty four hours. Homeowners have the liberty to sell immediately or choose a closing date.

Dependable Homebuyers has purchased houses in Baton Rouge in as little as seven business days. Many people prefer a fortnight. Some go for a month so they can plan their moving out. The date of sale can be chosen by the seller as per convenience. The company is committed to follow through its offer regardless of the timeline. Evan Roberts and his team are also buying houses that are presently under foreclosure. They have a special acquisition policy for military personnel, active or retired, who have VA loans. Roberts explains that such acquisition enables veterans and those serving in the military to sell their houses with an active VA loan. The loan is simply assumed by Dependable Homebuyers and the owner can sell their property and plan a quick & convenient move. There are other relevant acquisition policies for homeowners experiencing different kinds of hurdles. More of Dependable Homebuyers services can be found here.


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge
Evan Roberts
(225) 307-3324
17505 Jefferson Hwy, Apt 308, Baton Rouge, LA 70817

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