We Buy Houses Fast in Dallas Is Still Buying Houses in DFW During COVID-19

Dallas homeowners still have options to sell during COVID-19 pandemic restrictions

(PRUnderground) April 6th, 2020

For more information, please call We Buy Houses Fast In Dallas at (972) 521-1817.

Dallas homeowners still have options to sell during COVID-19 pandemic restrictions

Although national wholesale buyers like Zillow, OfferPad and Redfin have stopped all home sales effective immediately due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, homeowners looking to sell still have options.

Even with safety a national priority, new technology has made it possible for homeowners to continue marketing and showing their homes to potential buyers. WeBuyHousesFastInDallas, a locally owned and operated family company, continues to work to keep the Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market strong.

“This time continues to be unprecedented and ever-changing,” said Lance Doty, who works closely with his partner, Adam Mitchell. “We know how stressful this situation can be for sellers, some who were already in process of closing. We want to support our community with our expertise.”

To accomplish this, Doty and Mitchell–known as “DFW’s Most Trusted Home Buying Guys”–are using Zoom video conferencing to show homes and virtually meet with sellers. This guarantees safety and social distancing protocols while still allowing the transaction to move forward smoothly and as quickly as possible.

According to Realtor.com, last month saw a dramatic decline in home sale listings. Compared to March 2019, there was a 15.7% decline on average. In some places, the number of listed properties dropped by 34%, as reported by Forbes.

In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, prices are starting to decline as well. Due to the reduction in interest, prices dropped 2.7% in March alone. These fluctuating dynamics can be scary to people who were ready to move, and experts recommend moving forward as fast as possible to avoid further price decline.

The real estate investors with WeBuyHousesFastInDallas have hands-on experience of a real estate crisis. Back in 2008, as the housing market was collapsing throughout the nation, they provided support and guidance to struggling and worried homeowners. As a worldwide recession is threatening, Mitchell and Doty encourage sellers to stay positive and moving forward.

“Zoom calls can help customers feel safe, and that’s important to us,” Mitchell said. “We are fortunate to have the experience needed in this time to help others.”

Unlike national investors, the team with WeBuyHousesFastInDallas are still making cash offers as local investors in the Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market. They continue to search for homeowners interested in a cash offer that includes no closing costs or Realtor fees. The sellers who they work with are even able to choose their move-out date, making the process stress-free in an otherwise very stressful time.

This is also an opportunity for those who own distressed property. Their homes can be sold and turned into real estate investment projects that can make a difference in a community. Mitchell and Doty consider it part of their mission to provide quality, affordable housing to the Dallas community. This is especially important for seniors, who are most impacted by the COVID-19 global pandemic.

To learn more, log on to www.WeBuyHousesFastInDallas.com or call (972) 521-1817.

Disclaimer: The news site hosting this press release is not associated with WeBuyHousesFastInDallas, Lance Doty, nor Adam Mitchell. It is merely publishing a press release announcement submitted by a company, without any stated or implied endorsement of the information, people, product or service. Please consult with an independent real estate attorney before making any transaction.

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