Rapid Home Liquidation Expands Property Flipping Operations To Atlantic County, NJ

November 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Local Mays Landing based house flipping company Rapid Home Liquidation has recently announced that they are expanding their property investment business into Atlantic County, NJ with the goal of flipping 100 properties by the year 2025. The owner and CEO of the company Brian Rudderow recently stated: "We will buy any house in the Atlantic County region with cash in as little as ten days no matter what the condition and how much work is needed to fully renovate the home."

Rudderow's company is used to working on dilapidated homes that need to be fully gutted and renovated before they can be effectively relisted back on the open market and sold to qualified buyers. They recently finished a large rehab project in Colorado that required the removal of all appliances, carpet, trim, front porch, roof, and more and needed roughly $40,000 worth of work before it could be resold back on the market with a licensed realtor. Rudderow and his company ended up performing about half of the work and then offering the home to a middle-aged couple in a lease-option agreement where the couple would be responsible for finishing the repairs that he started.

Now, Rudderow's company Rapid Home Liquidation is looking to expand their house flipping operations on the East Coast by purchasing and flipping houses in Mays Landing, NJ and the rest of Atlantic County by offering local homeowners the opportunity to sell a house fast in Mays Landing, NJ without having to go through a real estate agency and pay commissions and closing costs. Another advantage of working directly with a real cash home buyer in South Jersey is that you won't have to make any repairs out of your own pocket before the home is able to be sold because that will be the responsibility of the investment company that you chose to sell the property to.

Homeowners who are facing difficult life situations that are forcing them to consider the option of cashing out and doing something else with the funds are in a good position to sell their property to an investor. When the time comes where the house is better off sold than being held and paying monthly holding costs then it is likely an ideal time to contact a local home buying company that will allow you to sell a house fast in Atlantic County, NJ without having to pay anything at closing.

To receive more information about how to proceed with selling a home to an investment company please click on the links in this article to be taken directly to the homepage of the Rapid Home Liquidation company where a free quote can be obtained within 24 hours.

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For more information about Rapid Home Liquidation, contact the company here:

Rapid Home Liquidation
Brian Rudderow
2158829828
rapidhomeliquidation@gmail.com
7201 Keystone St Ste 204
Philadelphia, PA 19135

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