Fort Myers based Dependable Homebuyers gets Featured on NextCity.org

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Fort Myers based Dependable Homebuyers has announced that it is buying historic properties in and around the city. It has been buying different types of houses for almost a decade. The We Buy Houses company deals directly with owners. For a while now, the company has been buying and restoring historic properties. This initiative of the real estate investment firm has got them featured on NextCity.org.

NextCity.org is a national publication and a respected authority in the preservation and restoration of historic houses and buildings. It regularly features significant accomplishments of individuals and companies that are playing a key role in preserving the architectural heritage throughout the country. The platform also highlights policies in favor and against of historic properties.

Evan Roberts, the founder and owner of Dependable Homebuyers, expressed joy at the development. He said that his team is excited to have gotten recognized for their efforts. Roberts says that there has been a steady rise in demand for historic properties in Fort Myers. Owners want to liquidate their assets at fair values.

There are buyers who want to live in such properties but post renovation and upgrades. The company intends to bridge this gap and play a quintessential role to facilitate such deals. Fort Myers has many historic buildings and houses. These properties should not be a part of gentrification in an ideal scenario. Although gentrification is necessary in some scenarios, many historic properties can be restored to retain their grandeur while having contemporary or state of the art amenities. Read the recent press release they published a https://drive.google.com/a/dependablehomebuyers.com/file/d/1uIbr0ZwjWHEgFFhRN45mTyt8kC6v2A1Z/preview.

Buyers are interested in historic properties because of the sturdy construction. Such houses are usually bigger and more spacious. These properties are made of quality materials and have a much better foundation and structure. There is a reason why historic properties stand the test of time. People want to live in such properties but not without the perks of technology. This is what Evan Roberts and his team have succeeded in doing with every historic house they have acquired. They are committed to continuing this process. Evan Roberts and his company are not against gentrification per se but he does highlight the negative effects.

Gentrification leads to displacement. Local communities don’t stand to benefit much. They are not considered as an integral part of the transformation. Restoring and preserving historic buildings and properties do not cause any such effect, either to the local community or the landscape of a neighborhood. It takes everyone along and benefits those who are specifically interested in historic homes. Owners too have a pleasant time dealing with Dependable Homebuyers. Not all buyers are interested in old properties in the condition they are in. Roberts and his team present a straightforward purchase offer.

They buy such houses in as-is condition and pay in cash. It is an outright acquisition without any riders. Dependable Homebuyers is buying, restoring, preserving and selling historic homes in and around Fort Myers in Florida. Those interested in selling, buying or flipping can contact Roberts and his team directly.

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For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers
Evan Roberts
(239) 232-3420
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
9540 Mariners Cove Ln, Fort Myers, FL 33919

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