MoneyBug Now Buying Homes for cash in Denton, TX

May 14, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
May 14, 2016 - Denton, Texas: Denton is also called the "Lil' D", or "Little Dallas," in relation to its proximity to the metropolis, combined with its eclectic, thriving, yet small-town, feel. Denton is home to two universities, and in recent years has seen a population boom that has resulted in an increased demand for decently priced homes. Luckily, homeowners in Denton can take advantage of this growing demand, and when they work with MoneyBug, they can make the most profit.

MoneyBug got its beginning in 2008, and works to buy homes from owners who need to sell their house fast, but don't want to deal with paperwork, commission, or fees that come along with listing on an MLS. If a homeowner needs to sell a home fast in Denton, MoneyBug's website will provide them with a cash offer instantly. MoneyBug's site features cutting-edge technology that uses advanced algorithms to crunch data and return a real cash offer. This offer is guaranteed to be the highest possible, and will be given to the homeowner within seven days.

MoneyBug brings opportunity to owners who want to sell their house fast in Denton but don't want any of the time-consuming or expensive hassles that accompany dealing with a realtor. MoneyBug buys houses through an easy process that you won't find when you sell your home through traditional means. With MoneyBug, you can sell a house fast, within seven days, and you don't have to pay for repairs beforehand. Homeowners can sell a house fast whether they are in foreclosure, are going through a divorce, need to liquidate their assets, or even if the house has flood damage. There is no paperwork required to get an offer on the house, and the amount you receive is guaranteed to be the highest possible amount of cash.

MoneyBug brings this opportunity to homeowners across the country, and is proud to help homeowners who want to sell their house in Collin County, Fort Worth, The Colony, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Tampa, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia.

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