Debbie contacted Express Homebuyers after seeing one of our commercials on a Baltimore television station. Her father had recently moved out and Debbie was looking to sell the home on Hanwell Road, in the Parkville neighborhood of Baltimore as-is. That means she wasn’t interested in spending time and money dealing with contractors. She also didn’t want the hassles of selling the home the traditional way through a Realtor. She was looking for a company that she said would “buy my Baltimore home as-is.”
After spending a few minutes on the phone with Rob, an Express Homebuyers Acquisitions Associate, an appointment was made for 3 days later to come out and view her Baltimore house…
Watch this video below as I explain more on Debbie’s story and how to deal with contractors when preparing your home to sell and also I explain how we can help you avoid the headaches of selling your Baltimore home AS IS.
Selling Baltimore home as-is can be simple.
As promised, Rob showed up at the date and time promised. The house was is decent shape and only needed cosmetic updates to the kitchen, two baths and basement. Some additional electrical work was revealed during the appointment. While the home didn’t need a complete renovation it was still large enough in scope that it could have become a nightmare for a homeowner not experienced with dealing with contractors.
Contractors are famous for quoting one price and then adding to it as the job goes along. This is partly because they have you captive once they begin the job and partly because most are not good at accurately bidding a job. Selecting the right contractor to renovate a home can be a very difficult undertaking. Sometimes it is difficult to just get them to answer their phone and when they do they often don’t show up to the scheduled appointments. These frustrations are what Debbie wanted to avoid.
Toward the end of the appointment Rob made an official offer to Debbie. She said she needed a few days to think it over. That was fine, as Express Homebuyers never pressures a homeowner to sell.
A few weeks later Debbie called Rob and officially accepted his offer. She was ready to sell her Baltimore home as-is, collect the cash and move on. Express Homebuyers purchased her Baltimore home as-is a week later. It was really that easy.
If you want to know how do I sell my Baltimore home as-is, give us a call at (877) 804-5252 or fill out the short form on the right. In just a few minutes, we will make you an offer to purchase your home in days.
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