We Buy Houses Fast for Cash in Austin, Says Zit Buys Homes LLC

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Zit Buys Homes LLC (https://www.zitbuyshomes.com/) has announced that they are buying houses fast for cash in Austin, Texas, and neighboring areas. This is a locally-operated and family-owned company made up of professional home buyers in greater Austin. They are ready to buy houses anywhere in Williamson County, Hays County, Travis County, Burnet County, and Bastrop County. They are ready to provide a fail all-cash offer to those who want to sell their house fast.

Aside from providing a cash offer for buying the house, Zit Buys Homes LLC will purchase the house in any condition, as-is, which means the home seller will not be required to make any repairs. Also, they will be paying for all of the closing costs. And there would be no commissions to pay. This means that the home seller will be getting the offered price without any deductions.

Jack Rady from Zit Buys Homes LLC says, “Are you at risk of losing your home to foreclosure? Can’t keep up with the maintenance and repairs? Need to relocate quickly? Do you just want to avoid the entire hassle of selling your house the traditional way? Or do you just need some help understanding your options? Then get in touch with us today because we buy houses in any condition. We understand that selling your home can be stressful and difficult when trying to do it yourself. With us, there is no need for real estate agents, mortgage loan appraisals, costly repairs or any of the hassle that comes with selling your house the traditional way. We make it easy to sell your house fast for cash.”

Those who have already made use of the service provided by Zit Buys Homes have provided highly positive feedback. For example, Frances G. gave them a five star rating and in her review, she said, “My family was in a financial position where we had to sell our home as fast possible to avoid foreclosure. I looked online for local companies that bought houses in the Austin area. I saw a company with the name Zit Buys Homes and checked out their website. They were definitely a local home buyer in Austin. I filled out a form and like within 2 minutes Jack called me. This was the best decision I could of ever made. Jack was calm, thoughtful, straightforward and I felt at ease. He followed through on everything he promised. Never took advantage of us or our situation by giving us a fair offer so we could walk away with money to start over. Jack is certainly a trusted home buyer who really cares.”

Homeowners who want to sell their house quickly, for whatever reason, such as a bankruptcy, divorce, foreclosure, inherited home, behind on payments, probate, a landlord who’s tired of dealing with tenants, and more, can check out the offer for their house that Zit Buys Homes LLC can provide.

The house buying process of Zit Buys Homes is composed of just three simple steps. The first step is for the home seller to contact the company to provide relevant information. This can be done online or through the telephone. The company will then make an assessment and schedule a time and date to meet with the home seller. The second step would be for a company representative to take a look at the property in question. This representative will also be making the cash offer and he or she will be answering any questions that the homeowner may have. In the third and final step, the company and the home seller will close based on the latter’s preferred closing date and time. The home seller will then receive the cash offered.

Those who are interested in selling their houses fast in Austin can check out their website, or contact them on the phone or through email. People who are interested may also want to follow their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ZitBuysHomes. They are open from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, from Monday to Sunday.

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For more information about Zit Buys Homes LLC, contact the company here:

Zit Buys Homes LLC
Jack Rady
(512) 825-2525
jack@zitbuyshomes.com
13276 Research Blvd Ste 105
Austin, TX 78750

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