What Sellers Are Saying About Nice Guys Buying Houses…
It’s important to us that the homeowners we work with have a great experience with us. Learn from our sellers how easy it is to sell a house in Cobb County & Metro Atlanta Georgia. Here’s just a few snippets of what other people we’ve worked with have said. Don’t forget to check out our Better Business Bureau “A” rating profile.
We purchased the Smyrna, GA home of this wonderful couple who was moving to be closer to their grandchildren. When we say that we will buy your house and close on the date of your choice we mean it. These kind folks needed to know their house was under contract and sold so they could go find a house in another state. They did, and we closed 6 months later so they had the confidence and reassurance that they could take their time looking for another property.
They paid zero closing costs, paid no commissions, and sold the house “as-is”.
Miss Susan in the video below was moving back home to Alabama after living in the Metro Atlanta area for over 30 years. She called us to buy her home because she didn’t want a bunch of people walking around in her house, and she didn’t care much for real estate agents. In addition, she wanted to close in 3 weeks. We offered her a win/win price and closed on her home 3 weeks later.
We also let her leave some of the items in her home to be donated to local folks who had a need. My conversation with her was just after we finished up signing all the papers in April of 2018. Listen in to see if we can help you.
If you are looking to sell your home fast in Cobb County or anywhere in Metro Atlanta, we want to help you. Selling a home should be easy, so when you need to sell, give Nice Guys Buying Houses a call at (770)766-7415. Or visit us online at www.NiceGuysBuyingHouses.com
Want to share your own experience with us? Send us a note to let us know what working with Nice Guys Buying Houses has been like for you.
We recently helped this nice woman move to Birmingham to be closer to family from Dallas, GA.
“Quite often investors are willing to pay cash for a home and with the recent tightening of financial restrictions, coupled with the growing number of complaints about low appraisals, having a cash buyer has become even more appealing.”