Ohio Cash Buyers Firm Releases Resources To Avoid Foreclosure

The property buying firm based in Franklin OH offers solutions to home owners who want to be free of the expenses and challenges of property ownership. A selection of helpful resources are available on the company website.

Franklin OH, USA - September 12, 2019 / / —

Ohio Cash Buyers and Bryan Blankenship are pleased to announce that their website contains a number of helpful publications and other resources which may be of interest to homeowners struggling with financial or physical challenges linked to the property. The company has compiled a selection of resources designed to help clients sell their unwanted house quickly. These resources may also be helpful in preventing a property from going into foreclosure. OCB works with home owners every day who need to sell their house but can’t do it the traditional route through a real estate agent, as well as people going through foreclosure.

More information is available at https://www.ohiocashbuyers.com

Bryan explained to an interviewer, “Use us as a resource, too. We would be glad to answer your questions, help you better understand your options, and walk you through how our home buying service works. We will make you a fair no-obligation, no-hassle offer. It is simple, straightforward, and just may be perfect for you.

The titles which are currently available on the company website include 'Free Guide: The Pros and Cons Of Selling A House To A Professional House Buyer'. This is a brand new guide to walk through the three options when it is necessary to sell a house: working with an agent; self marketing; and selling to a real estate investor. A Washington Post article on selling to a real estate investor (such as Ohio Cash Buyers) is available for perusing. The available resources on the topic of foreclosure include FDIC Foreclosure Prevention Information from the government. The FDIC is a government entity and created a great resource called 'Foreclosure Prevention Toolkit'.

The Urban Affairs Coalition has a great foreclosure prevention guide to walk candidates through the foreclosure process. '5 Ways To Stop or Avoid Foreclosure In Today’s Market – Free Guide' is another helpful tool for homeowners.

Contact Info:
Name: Bryan Blankenship
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Organization: Ohio Cash Buyers
Address: 3481 S Dixie Hwy Ste 311, Franklin OH 45005
Phone: (513) 815-5000
Website: https://www.ohiocashbuyers.com/

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