Sell A House Fast In Austin Texas With Realtron

May 22, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Realtron, located at 13276 Research Blvd STE 106, Austin, TX 78750, a local Austin, TX cash home buyer, is pleased to announce that they are commencing with their day-to-day business despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. During this pivotal moment in the fight against the newly discovered coronavirus, it is essential to keep one’s distance from others and support the local Austin government’s initiatives.

The company acknowledges that the safety of their community is of great importance. However, Realtron is also aware of the need to keep delivering on their promise to provide clients with the no-hassle experience that they deserve. Now, more than ever, people will need a way to earn some quick cash, either to afford much-needed supplies ahead of a lockdown or to alleviate the effects of being laid off from work. That is where Realtron comes in.

If the need ever arises, the process of selling one’s property for some cash is easier than ever. First, customers may contact the company through a representative or their website and submit the details the company requires regarding the property in question. Next, they only need to wait for the company’s offer and, lastly, get paid. It is as simple as that. As a bonus, there is no need to clean up and repair the property because the company will take it as it is.

Furthermore, no time is wasted finding an agent who can deliver on their promise of selling the house quickly. Property owners will not need to sign a contract that binds them to an agent for a certain term. Neither is there a need for a seller to deal with excessive paperwork. Learn more here: Sell House Fast.

Realtron and their representatives are not agents, for they do not list houses. They are professional home buyers. They buy houses directly from property owners in Rockland County that meet their purchasing criteria. After purchasing a house, they may elect to repair the house, resell it to another owner or keep it as a rental. Realtron differs from real estate agents who list properties and hope that someone will buy them. An agent would show properties to prospective buyers if there are any, and the average time to sell a property in many markets right now is between 6-12 months. Agents will then take a percentage of the sale price if they find a buyer. Often, the agent’s commission is 3-6% of the sale price of a house. In short, they act as the middle man between the seller and the buyer.

One advantage of selling directly to the company, however, is that they are direct buyers. This is especially important during these times due to the need for social distancing. By employing a real estate agent, the property would have to be visited by several prospective buyers. This means that the seller or the agent may come into contact with several people at any given time. Such practices would defeat the purpose of social distancing. Selling directly to the company is not only fast and hassle-free; on the other hand, it is also a safer option. Put merely, Realtron is the best way to sell a house fast, especially during these challenging times. The company can proceed from making an offer to closing in rapid order, placing cash in the homeowner’s hands in as few as seven days.

Chance Rady, a company representative, highlights how the market is straying away from the common practice of meeting several complete strangers just to be able to sell their property. He says, “We have seen a steady increase in demand for quick sale service for those who don’t want perfect strangers walking through their home, disrupting their schedules or the hassle of negotiating over every little thing they can possibly find at fault. We have also found that homeowners appreciate that we don’t share or sell the information they give us. We consider our work best done when you understand all your options, so get in touch with us to find out if we buy houses in your area.”

Those who want a fair cash offer for their home in Austin, Texas and the surrounding areas without the risk of letting strangers on their property are invited to get their own no-obligation quote through the company’s official website. Homeowners with urgent requirements may call Chance Rady directly to inquire further as well.


For more information about Realtron, contact the company here:

Chance Rady
(512) 258-0909
13276 Research Blvd Ste 106
Austin, TX 78750

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