Williamsburg based Dependable Homebuyers Joins the Largest Real Estate Network 'ActiveRain'

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers, a We Buy Houses company in Williamsburg, has joined the largest social network for real estate professionals 'Active Rain'. Evan Roberts owned Dependable Homebuyers is one of the most innovative real estate firms in the city. It is also among the fastest growing realty companies. The firm buys houses directly from owners without any repair or renovation. The deals are facilitated without any involvement of intermediaries. For almost a decade now, Evan Roberts and his team have transformed the real estate industry and is now looking for opportunities to collaborate with professionals working in the housing sector.

ActiveRain is the largest network of real estate professionals. It is also the most active social network of its kind. There are over four million blog posts on the platform. Thousands of real estate professionals interact with one another at any given point in time. Evan Roberts says that there is much to learn from the collective experience, expertise and wisdom of all the members. The platform hosts precious information that can be used to train young professionals. Experienced professionals as well as investors can also develop more nuanced and effective strategies by using the information available on ActiveRain. Roberts intends to learn from the collective experience of the members and also wants to contribute. His firm has acquired relatively unmatched experience over the years, especially after having dealt with sellers in times of great distress. He and his team have plenty of special cases to talk about and this can be a distinct learning experience for others.

Dependable Homebuyers and other such companies have played a crucial role in the recovery of the real estate market in Williamsburg. For many years after the recession, when there were very few buyers and new home construction was literally in standstill, Roberts and other investors ventured into the housing market, purchased houses in challenging circumstances and renovated them to be saleable, despite the tough market conditions. Roberts says that the period of slowdown is now over. According to him and many other real estate experts, the industry is poised for growth and the housing market can truly outperform itself compared to the last ten years. However, Roberts also raises some signs of concern. New home construction has not picked up as much as it should have. Pre-owned homes and the few new developments that are being added to the inventory might not be sufficient to stem home prices from skyrocketing. Uncheck home prices can lead to an affordability crisis and that shall have a serious adverse impact on the industry. Read the recent press release they published.

The We Buy Houses company based in Williamsburg is buying homes throughout the city, the surrounding areas and all over Virginia. Homeowners can contact Evan Roberts and his team directly to schedule a viewing and get a purchase offer within twenty four hours after the inspection. The company does not charge any commission or service fee. It also pays for the closing cost. Their proposition is a win-win for anyone who wants to sell a house in Williamsburg. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?usp=sharing&mid=1EdgiIj2n3I18leSyqRBdonDg3Ag381mA.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Williamsburg
Evan Roberts
(757) 347-0457
109 Warwick Hills, Williamsburg, VA 23188

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