Rambo Buys Houses opens a new office servicing the Albany, NY area

Rambo Buys is a real estate investment organization based in Albany, NY. They are a Better Business Bureau accredited organization that buys and sells property.

Cohoes, United States - April 16, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Albany, NY – With a constantly fluctuating housing market, it can be extremely stressful to try and sell a property in today’s day and age. Too often, homeowners are faced with emergency situations in which they need to sell their home or other property quickly, but they are left with few traditional options to turn to. It can be incredibly frustrating, and even leave a huge financial strain on the homeowner as they try to juggle payments for two properties.

Thankfully, there are organizations that exist that can help alleviate this stress. One of these organizations is known as Rambo Buys.

Rambo Buys is a real estate investment organization started in 2011 that runs out of New York; recently, they just opened an office in the Albany, NY area. Rambo Buys is made up of a group of investors who are looking to buy and sell property in Albany and the surrounding area. Rambo Buys is dedicated to studying the real estate market and dealing with the ups and downs so homeowners and property owners don’t have to.

Rambo Buys is open to buying all kinds of properties, including houses, from fixer-uppers to luxury homes, condos, townhouses, mobile homes, commercial properties, apartment buildings and vacant lots. If a homeowner is interested in selling to Rambo Buys, Rambo Buys will set up times to talk with the homeowner and view the property before giving an accurate and fair quote.

While there are a few benefits to using a real estate agent and selling a property the “old fashioned way,” there are also a few different benefits to using a cash buyer like Rambo Buys. Rambo Buys is not a real estate agency, so they will not charge homeowners any commission or fees. Rambo Buys can also close a deal on a property in as little as seven days, which can help a property owner that needs to move quickly for a job or other emergency situation. Rambo Buys is also willing to purchase properties that need repairs, even if they are major repairs like bad fire damage or mold.

If a home or property owner is looking to sell a property to Rambo Buys, they can visit their website to contact the company and get started today.

Contact Info:
Name: Jared Paul
Email: buyer@rambobuys.com
Organization: Rambo Buys
Address: 9 Jefferson Avenue, Cohoes, NY 12047, United States
Phone: +1-518-250-6050

For more information, please visit https://rambobuys.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 331344

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