Standard home sales take months to close, and you’ll need to invest your own hard-earned money for fix-up, clean-up, and staging. Don’t vacate for showings or open your door to strangers. Sell your home in Allen to a top House Buyer in the DFW area. We’re known by two slogans – #1 – “Sell my home Allen” and #2 “Buy my home Allen.” Why? Because that’s what we do. Buy and sell homes in Allen. We’re professional home buyers, who pay in cash. That is, we’re “cash home buyers” who can buy your home fast, whether you’re in Allen, Richardson, McKinney or other suburbs North of Dallas, Texas.
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Sell Your Home Fast in Allen – Step by Step
Want to sell your home fast in Allen? Well, you can. Here are your steps (they’re quite easy). Step one. Call us 214-227-7669, and mention our website. Mention that you want to sell your home in Allen, fast. Guess what? One of our professional home buyers will answer the phone and say this: “Yes! We will buy your home in Allen fast. For cash. Now.” OK, well that’s what we’ll say, but there are other intermediate steps in the process. First, of course, there’s the phone call. You need to make that call. That’s step one.
Step two? Well, one of our professional home buyers will set up an appointment and drive out to see your Allen home. Don’t worry. We buy homes in ANY condition. We’ll inspect it, and get some estimates from other professionals… it’s fast. It doesn’t take weeks and weeks. Then we’ll give you a fair and reasonable offer on your home. We’re professional home buyers, we’re cash home buyers right here in Allen. And then we’ll buy your home.
Third, we’re cash buyers. That means we can buy your home fast. We don’t need bank loans or bank approvals. We have the cash and can make the offer. So closing will be a breeze – that’s the beauty of cash buyers. In summary, if you want to sell your home in Allen, fast, we want to buy your home in Allen, fast. It’s a match!
Allen Texas Factoid
By 1915 Allen’s population grew to 550. But by the the 1940s the town’s population dwindled to 400. The Texas Traction Company ceased its railroad operations in 1948. However, by postwar years Allen’s population had begun to increase at a tremendous rate, especially after its incorporation in 1953. Between 1970 and 1980 the city’s population steadily increased from 1,940 to 8,314. Allen had greatly benefited from the booming economy of nearby cities Dallas and Plano, and this was a large factor in the city’s continually swelling population. When the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport was opened in the 1970s, more people come in droves to settle in Allen, causing further population increase. In the new millennium, Allen’s population increased to an estimated 43,554.