Casey Buys Houses, a real estate buying company in Diamond Bar, California, announced that it is now buying as-is houses for cash all throughout the Inland Empire region in California. This will include all areas in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties such as Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Moreno Valley, Corona, Temecula, Riverside, and San Bernardino to name a few. The company buys houses in any condition and price range.
More and detailed information can be found at https://www.caseybuyshouses.com
Casey Buys Houses provides a very useful service for homeowners who need to sell their house or property fast. They operate direct-to-seller and buy houses without the need for realtors or listing agents. This allows for a much faster and smoother selling process and you can avoid paying realtor fees and commissions.
There certainly are a multitude of reasons why homeowners may want to or require to sell their property fast. Some of the most common situations are foreclosure, job relocation, inheritance, divorce, bad tenants, fire/water damage, or upgrading/downgrading. Selling the typical way with a realtor and listing on MLS under these conditions can prove to be costly or even impossible.
Casey Buys Houses can help homeowners avoid most of the hassles and headaches that come along with selling their property. The company specializes in distressed properties and has successfully saved numerous homeowners from foreclosure.
In addition, the company buys homes in as-is condition, meaning that owners do not have to make any repairs or clean out their property. After meeting at the client’s property and discussing their goals, Casey Buys Houses will give homeowners a written cash offer to purchase their home. Homeowners can choose to accept or reject the offer, with no obligation or cost to them.
A satisfied client said: “Casey was super easy to work with and I can’t recommend him enough. His knowledge of the local real estate market is incredible. I’ve spoken with a few other house buying companies and they seemed too ‘generic’. If I have another property in the area to move, I’ll be calling Casey first.”