Sell House Fast Richmond Firm Cy Buys Richmond Houses Receives Overwhelming Customer Praises & Testimonial

The property investment team of Cy Anthony recently posted a testimonial from a customer describing her positive experience with the sale of her Richmond property. The company was able to complete the cash sale quickly and efficiently.

Henrico VA - November 9, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Cy Buys Richmond Houses, and Cy Anthony are pleased to announce that their recent customers have posted comments and testimonials about their positive experience with the property buyers. It is essential to the Sell House Fast Richmond firm, Connect Deals, that homeowners they work with have a great experience with the firm. Customer Sara Rasmussen, is one of the recent property sellers who described how happy she is with the treatment she received from Cy and his team.

Sara's testimonial says, "I live in Charlottesville as a surgeon working long hours, but still had a rental in Richmond on Rose Ave that was vacant for over six months. I was able to network with Cy through one of his business partners about buying my property. It was the smoothest real estate transaction I was ever a part of, even though I never met him in person. Even when I lost the key to my garage, and I was trying to get my property manager to change the locks during the inspection period, he took the initiative to get it done with no additional costs. I'm glad to be finally done with the headache of keeping a property with a tax bill due every six months, homeowner insurance, maintenance such as cutting the grass, and a sizable mortgage that wasn't producing rent for months."

"At one time" she continued, "I wanted the thing sold so badly I offered to put extra money in for repairs if the inspection came back with too many findings but we were able to sell the property at the initial agreed upon price with no extra concessions or fees. Thank you for all of your help, Cy. Now I can focus more on my career and my family."

The property investment firm is interested in submitting a cash offer for houses in any condition in Virginia. There are no commissions or fees and no obligation on the part of the seller. The process begins with the submission of a brief response to questions about the subject property.

Contact Info:
Name: Cy Anthony
Organization: Cy Buys Richmond Houses
Address: 1215C Gaskins Road, Henrico VA 23238
Phone: (804) 476-4055

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For more information, please visit http://www.cybuysrichmondhouses.com/

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