You Can Sell Your House Fast in Norfolk Virginia, Says Norfolk Buyer

April 07, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Norfolk Buyer, a Norfolk, Virginia based real estate investment firm, has revealed that they will continue to buy houses in any condition in Norfolk and surrounding areas, in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic. They want people to know that they will continue to make fair offers for houses in Norfolk no matter what the condition of the property, and despite the threat posed by Covid-19. They will be following the precautions recommended by the health authorities especially when their representatives need to meet up with clients but they will continue to help those who need to sell their house as quickly as possible as this is not possible through the conventional way of selling a property.

Chris, a representative for Norfolk Buyer, says, “Even if an agent can’t sell your house, we can help. And as a bonus, you don’t need to clean up and repair the property. Don’t waste time finding an agent who you trust and who can deliver on their promise of selling your house quickly, you won’t need to sign a contract that binds you to an agent for a certain term, or deal with the paperwork and the waiting and wondering.” He continues, “Yes, we will continue to buy houses in spite of the pandemic. With us, you can sell your house fast because our offer is in cash and does not require a bank approval.”

The house seller could have any reason for selling the house. He or she could be facing a divorce, relocating to a different city or state, or facing foreclosure. Or the seller may even be living in the property because it is in a bad state of repair or it was just inherited and the owner works or lives in a different city. He or she may owe liens, may be behind on payments, or downsized recently. And it doesn’t matter what the state the house is in. It may need a lot of repair work that the owner can’t afford to pay for.

What could be similar for most of those situations is that selling the house the usual way, through the help of a real estate agent, would not be fast enough. Also, the traditional way of selling a house would normally require the seller to do some repairs or at least clean the house. It has to be made attractive enough for a potential buyer to consider it. Unfortunately, the homeowner may not have sufficient cash to have the house repaired.

And even assuming that the home seller has funds for repairing the house, there is the need to wait for several months for the bank approval of the financing that the buyer is likely to require. With Norfolk Buyer, there would be no need to wait that long because they have sufficient funds to buy the house with cash. And the amount that they will offer for the house is not just assured to be fair. The seller will also receive the amount without any deduction because the company will be taking care of the closing costs, and there is no commission to pay to a real estate agent.

And the selling process with Norfolk Buyer only takes three simple steps. First, the house seller will contact through the phone or via the website to present the important details about the property. Upon receiving the details, the staff at Norfolk Buyer will determine whether the property would be a good investment for them and then come up with a fair offer for the home. In the next step, they will present a cash offer that they have determined to be fair and the house seller may or may not accept it. If the owner accepts the offer, they can move on to step three, which is the closing, where the two parties will sign the relevant documents and the cash is given to the seller.

People who would like to sell their house as quickly as possible may want to visit the website of Norfolk Buyer for more information. Chris says, “We buy houses for cash so you can move on with your life. There’s no need to wait for that elusive buyer or a bank approval. We can close within seven to 30 days.”


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

Norfolk Buyer
627 Dudley Ave. #4
Norfolk, VA 23503

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