Buying or selling properties in Dallas
There are many people who are interested in selling a home in Dallas and still others that are interested in purchasing a home and moving to the area. At Capital Plus, we want you to know that we understand your needs and we have been working in the state of Texas for more than 30 years, helping people to sell and purchase homes quickly and conveniently. In fact, it may be possible for your closing to take place within a matter of weeks after you have either accepted a cash offer or decided on the home that we have in our inventory.
There are a number of homes that we have in our inventory and you can always view those on our website. When you find a Dallas home that you are interested in purchasing, a simple phone call to Capital Plus will get the process started. You will be happy to know, extensive renovations have taken place to the properties that we purchase, because we want the move to be as seamless as possible for you. Of course, if any minor issues should happen to arise within the first 30 days, we will fix those issues, according to the terms of our guarantee.
If you have a home and are interested in selling it, we also purchase homes and we make cash offers, because we feel that that is the most convenient option. It takes a lot of the headache out of the equation and, once you accept the offer and fill out the necessary paperwork, the closing can be established. It doesn't matter if you are selling your home because of divorce, because you are behind on mortgage payments or if you just need the cash, you can count on Capital Plus to take care of the process for you and to help you with the paperwork, to reduce your stress.
Taking a closer look at Dallas
Most people know about Dallas and they understand that it is a city that is located in Texas, but they may not be aware of some of the more interesting facts about the area. For example, a prairie runs through the center of the US, and Dallas is within that area. It is a flat area and interestingly, Dallas is a large city, the only one of its kind, that is not located on a navigable river. Other interesting facts include that Dallas was home to the 7-Eleven chain and it is also home to the integrated circuit, which eventually became what is known as the microchip. So, the next time you use your computer, you can thank the area of Dallas for providing you what drives it.