Baton Rouge based We Buy Houses Company gets a Glorious Review

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers, a top We Buy Houses company in Baton Rouge, has received another five star review for its services. Mr. Timothy Kelly joins a long list of clients who have raved about the services and innovative solutions offered by the real estate investment firm. Founded by Evan Roberts, the company specializes in residential real estate and buys houses directly from the owners without any involvement of listing services or real estate agents. Mr. Kelly appreciated the simplified approach. He described the service as excellent and professional. He highlighted the experience of the team at Dependable Homebuyers. Roberts and his team helped Mr. Kelly to sell his house as per the planned schedule and he secured maximum return through liquidation of the asset.

Recently, Ms. Megan Donovan had given a five star review and echoed similar sentiments as Mr. Kelly. Ms. Donovan praised the team lead by Evan Roberts for their proactive approach. She said that all her queries were patiently listened to and answered in great detail. Dependable Homebuyers is not only known for their innovative home buying solution but also the information campaign they run throughout the year. The company is committed to making homeowners and homebuyers more informed so they can make the right choices. Ms. Donovan had several questions pertaining to the sale of her property. She said that the team was always accessible and she could discuss all the issues with Evan Roberts. Read the recent press release they published at

Dependable Homebuyers has been buying houses in Baton Rouge and throughout the state of Louisiana for around nine years now. The company deals only with owners and provides direct cash offers. The purchase offers are not estimates or appraisals. They are nonobligatory propositions. No other firm currently has a system in place that enables them to put forth an offer in just twenty four to forty eight hours of viewing and inspection. The We Buy Houses company has not only done that an umpteen number of times but it also manages to complete the sales in just one week. Roberts says that they can close the deal immediately or whenever a seller wants. They require seven business days to complete the formal processes of transferring ownership and crediting the full sum as stated in the purchase offer into the bank account of the seller.

Evan Roberts has disrupted the status quo in the real estate sector, especially the housing market. His team of real estate experts makes selling an effortless process. They do not charge any service fee. There is no commission to be paid to a realtor. They also bear the closing cost. Homeowners get the exact sum of money stated in the purchase offer. There is no deduction whatsoever. This enables homeowners to secure maximized return. The six percent commission on sale and the two percent closing cost on the selling price can dent the return for any homeowner who wants to sell. The prolonged wait to get a closing offer is also irrelevant as Roberts and his team does away with listing and hoping to get an interest buyer. More of Dependable Homebuyers services can be found here.


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge
Evan Roberts
(225) 307-3324
17505 Jefferson Hwy, Apt 308, Baton Rouge, LA 70817

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