Indiana House Buying Company Advertises "We Buy Houses in Northwest Indiana Cash"

November 15, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local house buying company Indiana Preferred Home Buyers recently released a statement from CEO and owner Al Perez that "we will buy any house fast with cash within Northwest Indiana." The local house buying company specializes in assisting homeowners who have homes that are in various states of disrepair and need to be unloaded quickly without going through the hassles of making repairs and getting the property ready to be listed on the open market.

There are a variety of reasons around a person’s decision to sell a property as fast and as uncomplicated as possible. Selling a home is not always an easy decision or an easy process to go through. Unpredictable things happen that push people to make decisions fast for the good of their families or futures. Some of the most frequent reasons behind people seeking for a fast and easy selling process are: being upside down on the mortgage or avoiding foreclosure, losing a family member or going through a divorce, needed financial support, having problematic tenants, having a property that is vacant or one which was inherited, having a property that needs too many repairs or big cleanups, wanting to relocate, and many other reasons. No matter what the reason is, Indiana Preferred Home Buyers will make the process very painless for sellers to sell a house fast in Northwest Indiana.

Perez's company is currently seeking more homes to buy in Northwest Indiana in the following counties: Lake, Porter and all other surrounding areas. Homeowners who are seeking to sell their homes at retail value are not a good fit for selling to a local house buying company because the offer will be significantly lower than retail pricing because the buyer needs to earn a profit in order for them to purchase the deal with cash.

"Buying houses is always a gamble," Perez stated. "It's never clear when an unexpected major repair will come up that will seriously dampen the companies ability to make a profit, or eliminate it altogether." Perez has been renovating properties for several years now and has purchased dozens of houses throughout Northwest Indiana.

An important thing to remember is that Indiana Preferred Home Buyers will not list the houses of the potential sellers, but the company will buy them directly from the homeowners and pay in cash for the property. The houses are bought in as-is condition meaning that sellers don’t need to worry about making repairs, cleaning, landscaping, painting, open houses, strangers parading throughout the home at any given time and other mundane tasks typical with a traditional sale. In addition, the company never charges service fees. The seller pays no commissions or closing costs since no agents or realtors are involved. Selling the property directly to the company generates a faster, easier and headache free transaction.

The company is committed to local communities in Northwest Indiana – they buy and sell in the communities in which they live and work. Perez added, "Our primary goal is to purchase properties locally to help raise real estate values and drive community revitalization. The transparency in which our company operates in the local communities has built our credibility, brand, and trust of homeowners. There are others who may call themselves local cash home buyers but none can match the quality of a true cash deal as we can."

More information about the services offered by Indiana Preferred Home Buyers can be found here: https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/31822-indiana-preferred-home-buyers-we-buy-houses-all-across-indiana.

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For more information about Indiana Preferred Home Buyers, contact the company here:

Indiana Preferred Home Buyers
Al Perez
(219) 669-4806
indianapreferredhomebuyers@gmail.com
2929 Jewett Ave
Highland, IN 46322

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