Dependable Homebuyers Highlights Profitability of Real Estate Investments in Fort Myers

August 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Fort Myers in Florida has been a profitable real estate destination for much of the decade. It has enticed investors with various objectives. Those aspiring to have a stable retirement portfolio have turned to safe real estate investments. Many real estate professionals have embarked on entrepreneurial journeys. Amateur investors have also ventured into the real estate sector, especially the housing market that has remained more lucrative. Whether someone wants to invest in a property and manage it or just aims to flip it for a profit, Fort Myers is indeed a rewarding market.

Dependable Homebuyers, a We Buy Houses company based in the city, has been dealing in residential real estate for nearly ten years. Evan Roberts, the founder and owner of the firm, says that there is a surplus of inventory in the city, particularly of distressed properties that are waiting to be flipped for a profit. He iterates that investing in such distressed properties can churn a profit in a very short span of time. However, he also raises a note of caution as flipping or investing in real estate is not without its fair share of risks. Real estate investments can go south if planned poorly and untimely. Expertise and experience along with resources play a crucial role in determining if a venture will be desirably profitable. Interested homeowners can read a recent press release they published at

Roberts explains that real estate can be much more rewarding than stocks or bonds. Real estate assets have greater return on investment. They are also much safer since there is an actual asset to be liquidated. The We Buy Houses company has been working on distressed properties, buying them directly from owners and renovating them to be saleable in the open market. The company is also into buying rental properties, with or without tenants. While the firm has been primarily working with owners and buyers, it also deals with investors and property managers. Those looking for rental properties, whether or not they wish to manage the assets themselves, can use the expertise and experience of Roberts and his team to navigate the real estate market in Fort Myers, Florida.

Many real estate investors have ventured into flipping houses in and around the city. Dependable Homebuyers has an innovative turnkey solution for sellers. The company schedules an inspection and determines the fair price. It makes a cash offer and acquires residential properties in a week from the date when sellers accept the proposition. There is no commission or closing cost involved. The firm does not charge any service fee either. This service has been appreciated by many people who have sold their houses to the firm. But it is the expertise of the consultants at Dependable Homebuyers that makes the firm a key ally for those looking to invest in the property market of Fort Myers. Many people do not know exactly which type of property, residential or commercial, they should put their money in. Many wonder if flipping is better or one must continue to manage a rental property for recurring cash flow. These decisions become easy with the expert advice of Roberts and his team at Dependable Homebuyers. For more details, contact Dependable Homebuyers directly.


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

Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers
Evan Roberts
(239) 232-3420
9540 Mariners Cove Ln, Fort Myers, FL 33919

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