NextCity.org Recognizes Dependable Homebuyers for Purchasing Historic Homes in Washington D.C.

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Washington, D.C. based We Buy Houses company has been featured on NextCity.org. Dependable Homebuyers, an innovative real estate investment firm has been buying residential properties in and around the city for nearly a decade now. It started buying historic properties due to increasing demand and has been restoring them instead of gentrifying. Washington, D.C. has been undergoing widespread gentrification. Many old major cities have been subjected to the same. Old neighborhoods with houses that have historic value and buildings that are known for their architectural heritage have been extensively transformed to become contemporary. The approach of Dependable Homebuyers has been appreciated by the local communities in Washington D.C. and has also been recognized by a respected national publication like NextCity.org.

The owner and founder of Dependable Homebuyers, Evan Roberts is ecstatic after the firm got featured on the platform and says that it is worthwhile to preserve the architectural heritage of historic properties. He stresses on the need to restore old properties that may be past their prime, but he also says that it should not come at the cost of gentrification. Most gentrifications happen without factoring in the manner in which the transformations affect the local communities. The local communities are rarely a part of such renaissance. Restoring historic properties while retaining the architectural grandeur but ensuring the houses have contemporary amenities is the better way to go about transforming the residential landscape in and around the city.

Washington D.C. is one of the older cities in the country. It has many historic properties and they are not just government or public buildings. Many private buildings and houses date back to a century and some are even older. These buildings often have much better construction due to the generous use of quality materials. The structures are sturdier than contemporary houses. Here's a recent press release they published. The properties are more sprawling. Rooms are much more spacious. People love such properties and hence there has been a marked increase in demand of such homes. While buyers appreciate the architecture and the grandeur, the heritage often comes with the limitations of state of the art facilities. Such fixtures and amenities are attended to by Evan Roberts and his team. Dependable Homebuyers takes up full responsibility of perfect restoration of historic properties in Washington D.C.

Evan Roberts and his team have the same approach to buying historic properties as they acquire other types of houses. The company inspects the property, presents a fair cash offer and agrees to buy the house immediately. If sellers agree then the deal is signed and the sale can be completed in as few as seven days. Most owners can sell their historic properties in a week up to a fortnight from the first time they contact Evan Roberts and his team. This is by far the simplest, quickest and surest way to sell historic properties. Dependable Homebuyers is also known for paying top dollar for all types of houses. Historic properties in any condition and location can be sold directly to the We Buy Houses company in Washington D.C. For more information about the company and the services they provide visit https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?usp=sharing&mid=1MFEBwovhPCSVW_mfowU1yy4tv6jNxONo.

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

Dependable Homebuyers Washington DC
Evan Roberts
(202) 503-2783
evan@dependablehomebuyers.com
1664 Columbia Rd NW #41, Washington, DC 20009

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