After major flooding, the company is helping displaced residents to liquidate ruined properties, reports www.bettercallsmith.com.
Richmond, TX – September 27, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast on August 25th, 2017, bringing with it winds topping 130 miles per hour and record rainfall that totaled nearly 52 inches. In the storm’s aftermath, many residents returned to the area to find their homes completely ruined and uninhabitable. Wanting to do something to help their community, Houston-based D&G Smith Properties recently announced their plans to help bring a bit of financial relief to local homeowners who have been affected by this unfortunate tragedy by offering to purchase their homes for a fair cash offer.
“Our hearts are with everyone in Houston who has had to endure this devastation. Because we are a part of this community, we want to do everything we can to make sure it bounces back stronger than ever and that our people are able to rebuild their lives. As real estate investors, we understand how financially burdensome it can be trying to repair a home that has been submerged in water for weeks on end, especially if there is no flood insurance to cover the costs. Many Houston homeowners simply don’t want to walk that long road, and we want them to know that, if that is their decision, we’re here to help,” said George Smith of D&G Smith Properties.
D&G Smith properties will purchase flooded homes in the Houston area in any condition. The company promises residents a fair offer for their home and pays cash so that they can unload their unwanted properties without hassle or frustration. Residents considering selling their homes to the D&G team can visit their website to Learn More about their commission, agent, and fee-free transaction process.
Mr. Smith went on to say, “The people of Houston don’t need anyone else giving them the runaround while they try to piece their lives back together after Hurricane Harvey. Unfortunately, that is exactly what many of them will get from their insurance companies as well as some other sources of ‘assistance.’ We invite those who may be feeling overwhelmed to Find out more here or give our team a call to discuss their options for getting rid of their ruined property so they can get on with their lives.”
For more information about selling flood-damaged homes in Houston for a fair cash offer, visit bettercallsmith.com.
About D&G Smith Properties:
About D&G Smith Properties is a Houston-based real estate investor. The company purchases homes in any condition for cash. Homeowners who do business with D&G Smith Properties will never pay any commissions, agents, or fees and can rest assured that they will always be fairly treated by the D&G team.
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