Alamo City Housebuyer Flips 200 Homes Over the Last Two Years

Alamo City Housebuyer is a company that buys and renovates houses in San Antonio. In the last 2 years, they've flipped over 200 homes in the area.

San Antonio, United States - November 9, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

San Antonio, Texas – Alamo City Housebuyer recently reached the 200-homes flipped milestone this year. The company buys houses in the San Antonio area in their current state and then flips them to appeal to people that buy houses locally. Alamo City Housebuyer has managed to complete this process with over 200 homes and the company does not intend to stop its progress.

This house-buying company buys a variety of properties usually not in the best shape, with a goal to get them back on the market in a better condition, for a higher price. Houses that may need the assistance of Alamo City Housebuyer include structures with a bad foundation, an abandoned property, or a home that has been subject to hoarding. They don’t just flip houses, but also rental properties. Homes with low or no equity also make the list.

In addition to the 200 projects that this company has undergone, some existing factors set them apart from the rest of the market. When it comes to companies that buy houses, Alamo City Housebuyer does not demand some of the usual extra added costs of moving house. Clients don’t have to worry about inspection costs, commission, or closing costs. Their individual-focused business also allows home-sellers to sell for cash. This form of payment can be beneficial for some depending on personal financial needs. Not only does Alamo City Housebuyer invest in homes in a state that perhaps other companies would not, but they promise to make the process thorough, yet rapid.

This home-buying service in the heart of Texas is a trustworthy family company that strives to make the process for people that buy houses, easier. Currently celebrating their 200 home milestone, they plan on continuing to use a wholly customer-focused approach. This means dealing with their clients directly as opposed to assigning a third part middle-man that clients won’t be familiar with. Alamo City Housebuyer aims to help improve the lives of those currently in bad homes, whilst working on what approach suits customers best during this life-changing process.

Contact Info:
Name: Lazar Hausman
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Organization: Alamo City Housebuyer
Address: 1718 S Brazos Street, San Antonio, TX 78207, United States
Phone: +1-210-853-2446
Website: https://alamocityhousebuyer.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88933027

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