We Buy Houses in the Mid-Hudson Valley

I prefer to buy houses close to where I live so, primarily Southern Dutchess and Northern Putnam counties. These are the towns where I buy houses, most often.

Dutchess County, NY


Poughkeepsie IBM main plant

Town of Poughkeepsie, Arlington, Red Oaks Mill, Spackenkill areas… if your house is in the Arlington or Spackenkill school district… I will buy it. 


Wappingers Falls

A wonderful quaint village that is near all the action.  Great restaurants, community theater, and super close to Dutchess’ major shopping centers.


The Town of Wappinger has great schools and is the heart of the major shopping in Dutchess county.  And don’t forget about the wonderful Bowdin Park on the bank of the Hudson River.


Main Street, with all its specialty restaurants, is one of my favorite aspects of The Village of Fishkill.  The Van Wyck Homestead Museum, a home where officers set up their headquarters and a major supply depot during the Revolutionary War, is a historic jewel.


Once a run-down and forgotten industrial city, Beacon is now a thriving Arts Community sought after by folks looking for respite from Brooklyn and other bureaus of NYC.  One of my favorite things is to hike Mt. Beacon to where the old restaurant/casino used to be.  The views of the Hudson Valley from there are breathtaking.

Hopewell Junction / East Fishkill

Well… this is my town. It’s where I live.  I’m a Dutchess County native, that grew up in Hyde Park. I bought my first home in the Historic District of Poughkeepsie. Then, with my first kid becoming school age, moved into the Arlington School District.  And even though the kids have now graduated college and are off with their lives, Hopewell is still home.


Horses.  Need I say more?   Oh yeah… it’s one of those quintessential villages that are straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting.  Whenever I buy a house in Millbrook, I get very attached to it and the area.  Makes it all the harder to sell it.

Pleasant Valley

Arlington School District and great access to major roads like US44 and Taconic make Pleasant Valley a wonderful place to live.

LaGrangeville / Beekman / Poughquag

Maybe one of the best things about Lagrange is Adams Fairacre Farms is so close by. I’m also a frequent visitor to the Overlook Drive-In. Front row. Get some burgers and toss the frisbee until showtime.  Did you know that there are less than 300 Drive-ins in the US and we have THREE within a short drive?  (Hyde Park, Amenia, and the Overlook)


Okay… yeah.. I know. Highland is in Ulster County, not Dutchess. But, I buy there too as long as it’s not too far from the bridge. I like Highland because there is quick access to all that Dutchess offers, just across the bridge… and you are very close to great hiking, arts, and wine country right out your back door.

Joyce Muller

Truly honest guy!!

Bob was great!! I would recommend him to anyone! Understands families and what it’s like to go through taking care of what loved ones leave behind!! It’s a difficult process and he’s good at helping you with it.

– Joyce Muller

Wappingers Falls, NY

Putnam County, NY

I buy houses in Putnam County less frequently, but living so close to it, it’s impossible to ignore. Here are the primary towns were I buy houses in Putnam County:


It’s always interesting to see how a little summer cottage has slowly morphed into a year-round home. Sometimes that makes the flip challenging, but sometimes the quaintness and access to the lake make up for its quirkiness.


Were you a commuter?  That’s a top reason to own a home in Patterson. With Rt22 and (somewhat) quick access to 84 and 684, Patterson is easy to commute from.  Done commuting, and now you are ready to sell? Well, I will buy your house.


Similar to Patterson… Brewster is a great town to commute from… especially having TWO Metro-North stations to choose from.  I find the houses in the Brewster and Southeast area to be architecturally interesting.  Many are older and have details that “modern” (post-1960’s) don’t. 

Everywhere Else

The locations above are not exhaustive, they are just the places we buy houses the most often.  If you want to sell your house for cash and your town is not listed, fill out the form, below or give me a call anyway.  Even if I don’t buy your house, I may be able to connect you with another company that buys homes quickly in your location.

LOCAL and Different

A Dutchess County native, my kids attended Arlington Schools. I am local, living in Hopewell Junction. Bob Will Buy It is not an out-of-state, low-balling megacorporation. With an Internet search, you may notice that I’m a licensed real estate sales agent. I don’t want to list your house or help you sell it. I want to BUY your house. The license is simply a tool I use to access the local MLS sales data so I can pay the most possible for your house. There will be no sales commissions when I buy your house.

Maybe the house and situation have been causing you stress, and you don’t even know where to begin. Even if you don’t know the first thing about selling a house, I can help. When I buy your house, I will walk with you through every step…and I don’t charge any fees or commissions.

Whatever reason you have for wanting to sell your house, we can help. We’ve been buying houses in Dutchess & Putnam Counties for many years and have seen it all. You can be assured that we will treat you with respect and do our best to help you, even if you don’t sell us your house.

How Much Can I Get For My House?

The first step to finding out is to give us a bit of information or call 914-559-2579. There's no obligation whatsoever to receive an offer. We buy houses in ANY CONDITION in Dutchess and Putnam Counties.
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