We Buy Houses Marietta Company Publishes Blog Post

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mandich Property Group, based in Marietta, Georgia, has announced that they have recently published a blog post indicating that they are ready to buy houses in Marietta and surrounding areas. Homeowners and property owners in Marietta would be able to get cash for their house in “as is” condition. As such, the buying process has been designed to help those who are eager to sell their house because it will likely only take a week. Also, there would be no need for the seller to spend money on cleaning and repair.

Natasha Mandich, a representative for Mandich Property Group, says, “If you are in possession of a house in Marietta that for some reason you are eager to dispose of, then contact us because we are ready to buy your house in any condition.” She continues, “It may be that you have acquired a property as a result of a member of the family's passing, an unpleasant divorce, a bankruptcy, or any other reason. Don’t worry because we will buy your home in as is condition.”

According to Natasha, their procedure was developed to be simple in order not to add to the burden of the homeowner. They strive to be transparent and will respond to any possible concerns of the seller. They pay cash for the house so that the homeowners can move on as quickly as they want to the next phase of their life. It should be noted that they had previously issued a press release indicating that they are buying houses in Cobb County. This release can be read at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/29257-company-buys-houses-in-any-condition-in-cobb-county.

Currently, Mandich Property Group is ready to buy houses for cash in certain cities in Cherokee County, Cobb County, Dekalb County, Douglas County, Paulding County, and in many more places in Georgia. They are also willing to buy houses fast located anywhere in the Metro Atlanta area.

Natasha Mandich wants to stress that because they are buying houses with cash, they would be able to close quickly as desired by the seller. There would be no need to wait for a long time for the bank to approve the provision of financial assistance for the purchase of the house. In a number of cases, they were able to close in just seven days.

Mandich Property Group is willing to buy even if the house requires minor or major repairs, or if it has not been updated in 30 years. They would still provide a cash offer for the property and the seller need not spend anything when selling the house. Sellers get to keep all of the cash that is offered and Mandich Property Group will handle the repairs and whatever needs to be done.

And because there would be no real estate agent, the seller will no need to pay any commissions or fees, unlike when selling the house the traditional way with the help of a real estate agent. Also, there would be no need to have an “open house,” allowing strangers to roam around the house. And there would be no waiting for the bank to provide its approval.

The actual process of selling a house to Mandich Property Group can be done in three simple steps. For the first step, the homeowner contacts them either by phone or by filling out an online form. On the second step, a representative from the company will visit the house or property. The company will then make a cash offer and at this point in time, the homeowners may want to ask the representative any questions they would like to ask. Also, the homeowners can either accept or reject the offer. And the last step to take would be the closing, which will only take a few days rather than months.

Those who require more information regarding the house buying process of the Mandich Property Group can visit their website at https://mandich-property-group.business.site/, or contact them by phone or through email. Their office is open from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturdays, and from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, on Sundays.

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For more information about Mandich Property Group, contact the company here:

Mandich Property Group
Natasha Mandich
770 756-8680
admin@mandichpropertygroup.com
2415 Broward Dr, Marietta, GA 30066

ReleaseID: 60029419

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