Sell Homes Fast Company In Pennsylvania Expands to Scranton and Wilkes Barre

November 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rapid Home Liquidation, an investment company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has announced that they are expanding their reach into Scranton and Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. The company helps homeowners sell Pennsylvania homes quickly in Philadelphia and the Tri-State Area. They have now announced that they are also buying houses in the Scranton and Wilkes Barre area.

Brian Rudderow, owner and CEO of Rapid Home Liquidation, says, “If you are a homeowner in Wilkes-Barre or Scranton, PA who wants to sell their house fast for cash to a real estate investor then please give us a text or call us directly to get an instant cash offer from one of our customer service reps. We can make a fair cash offer on your home in minutes and close as fast as 7 – 10 business days with our own funds. Sometimes we do borrow money to buy houses if they are above a certain price point, but a lot of times we do use cash.”

He continues, “We work with local, reputable title companies who you can contact on your own time to coordinate closing details with and provide your payment details such as ACH checking account information so you can receive your payment.”

Brian Rudderow also points out that they buy houses in as-is condition, including those that look ugly. He explains that they are able to do that because they are a professional rehabbing company and they have partnered with local subcontractors and are able to get the houses repaired for a much cheaper price. Because of this, they able to offer a higher price for the home that would not have been possible without those savings.

And because they buy houses as-is, there would be no additional expenses for the house seller in cleaning or making repairs to the house. This also means that homeowners would be able to sell house fast in Wilkes-Barre PA and Scranton PA. Brian Rudderow wants people to know that they are real home buyers who are able to close fast.

This is beneficial for people who have realized that they are living in the wrong house, especially those who feel they have no choice because their home happens to be dilapidated and in need of repairs but they just can’t afford it. They might have already consulted with a real estate agent but they were informed that they will need to have the house repaired first or the house will just remain in the listing for a long period with hardly anyone interested. One look at the house and the home buyer could be moving on to the next house in the listing.

Rapid Home Liquidation now offers a way out for homeowners in Scranton and Wilkes Barre. There would be no need to have the house cleaned and repaired. They will be taking care of that with the subscontractors they have partnered with. This means that the selling process will be short, which is approximately 7 to 10 days, particularly because they will be purchasing the house with cash.

With the investors not having to rely on traditional financing, the transaction will be fast and efficient. There will be no need to wait for a bank’s decision on whether they will provide the needed financing or not.

Furthermore, no real estate brokerage firms or agents will be involved, which means no commissions or listing fees to be paid by the house seller. And the house seller can finally stop worrying about the monthly expenses involved in owning a home. The company will also allow the house seller to choose a particular closing date and they will do their best to close on that date.

They will handle any kind of complicated real estate situation, including tax liens and pending foreclosure. They will also take care of a dilapidated house that needs extensive repairs, a rental home with bad tenants, unpaid water bills or electric bills, foundation damages, pending tax bills, code violations, and other issues with the title.

People who are looking for Wilkes Barre or Scranton PA home buyers can check out the Rapid Home Liquidation website or contact them through the phone or via email.


For more information about Rapid Home Liquidation, contact the company here:

Rapid Home Liquidation
Brian Rudderow
7201 Keystone St Ste 204
Philadelphia, PA 19135

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