HomeVestors Management Explains Its Role in the Recovering Residential Real Estate Market

As the nation’s largest cash home buyer, HomeVestors provides a way for franchisees to navigate the residential investment market.

BOCA RATON, FL – November 27, 2014 – HomeVestors of America, Inc.’s Co-Presidents, David Hicks and Ken Channell, recently stated that during the residential real estate recovery, local investors and hedge funds reacted to the recovery by absorbing many available investment properties. Hicks and Channell participated in an interview with Corporate Review, a program that offers the business solutions from some of America’s leading companies. 

Watch HomeVestors’ segment airing on Bloomberg Worldwide (as pd. prog) on November 30, 2014. Check your local listings for airtimes. 

Says Channell, “At HomeVestors, we provide a way for individuals to purchase one or two homes from one of our franchisees, or they can become a franchisee and build a business around our concept. With REO and foreclosure properties drying up, we teach our members how to build their business.” The HomeVestors basic concept is to “improve neighborhoods one house at a time.”

HomeVestors has achieved the position of America’s number one cash buyer of residential properties since 1996. The company was named in the top 50 franchises by Franchise Review for nine consecutive years and was recognized as the 25th Fastest Growing Franchises by Entrepreneur Magazine in 2014.

Located in Dallas, Texas, the company now has more than 500 franchises covering 41 states. HomeVestors is the owner of the well-known trademark “We Buy Ugly Houses®.”

Hicks explains that the basic value of HomeVestors to its franchisees is the “training and mentoring that closes the experience gap quickly. Our team trains new franchisees for a week in Dallas, and the entire company of franchisees meet together twice a ye
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