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We Buy Houses In Fishkill, NY

I will buy your house, just the way it is, in a COVID-safe, low stress transaction.

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We Buy Houses in Fishkill

Fishkill is known as one of the most charming areas of Dutchess County, New York. One of the many things that add to the charm of Fishkill is that it is such a small community, with only about 2,000 residents, it is a very tranquil place. 

This beautiful village has a well-organized community, making Fishkill an ideal place to live. As a Dutchess County resident, I love to join in on numerous community activities that I’m sure you enjoy too, such as garage sales, block parties, and parades, which the Activities Committee develops so efficiently!

Fishkill always feels safe. And I am just not talking about the feel-good ambiance, but the actual low crime rate makes this a great place to be. That the majority of the residents own their own home shows just how settled and established the families are. Little wonder the residents love to boast about their town!

It’s probably apparent just how much I like Fishkill and how it has a special place in my heart.

I love buying houses in Fishkill

Now let us get to where it began. The history of Fishkill is relatively old. The first inhabitants were Dutch immigrants who arrived in this area in the late 18th century. Fishkill received its name from the Dutch words vis (fish) and kil (creek). For a short amount of time, it was the capital of New York. Called the “Crossroads of the US Colonies,” it is the site of the first post office in the state.

Fishkill played an essential role during the Revolutionary War, as it was one of the largest colonial military camps. It was during this war that Trinity Church on Hopewell Avenue was used as a hospital for the wounded and saved many lives.

Many people don’t realize how many notable persons have ties to Fishkill town. One example is William J. Hutchins, who became mayor of Houston, Texas, and was born right here in Fishkill in 1813. Also, Alexander Hamilton, one of our founding fathers. He once took residence here as an aide de camp of then General George Washington.

A fun fact about the town: Did you know that in 1996, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, urged the people in power to change the town’s name to show respect to fish? However, that suggestion, of course, was promptly turned down because the name of the town has nothing to do with killing fish. <eye roll>

There are things that I personally enjoy doing in Fishkill, like visiting the Van Wyck Homestead Museum – partly because I am passionate about history, and partly because this beautiful Dutch colonial house always wows me. This museum was rumored to be the setting of the novel “The Spy” by the infamous James Fenimore Cooper because it was initially used as an officer’s quarters during the Revolutionary War. Fishkill is also home to many of my favorite restaurants!

Sell your house as-is to a cash buyer

Black and Tan American Coonhound... that I transported from Foster to Forever Family.
Giving Angie a ride to her Furever Family.

A Dutchess native, I’m local cash buyer living in Hopewell Junction. Bob Will Buy It is not an out-of-state, low-balling megacorporation.

Is the house 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, I can help. We’ve been buying houses in Fishkill 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.

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

Benefits of Bob Buying Your House

1) You Control When Your House Sells

Since I’m buying with my own money (your house, nor I have to be approved by a bank) AND I’m buying the house as-is (I’m not going to ask you to fix or change anything), you have the power to pick the closing date. It can be as soon as three weeks or anytime after. I’m ready, when you’re ready.

2) You Will Sell Your House – Fast

The longer it takes to sell, the more it costs you

How much does your house cost you each month? Taxes? Insurance? Heat? Electric? Upkeep (lawn mowing, snow removal, etc)? That’s money that’s getting burned while you wait and hope for your house to be sold. Around here – if everything goes smoothly, it typically takes 7-9 months to sell a house through a real estate agent. I can buy your house as quickly as three weeks.

3) I Will Actually Buy Your House

If you talk with other cash buyers, you will most likely find that they don’t actually intend on buying your house. Their goal is to get you to your lowest price, put the house under contract – and then sell that contract to a real cash buyer, like me. These folks are often inexperienced and the deals rarely work, wasting months of your valuable time.

4) A Closing You Can Count On

The moment we agree on a price that’s right for both of us, you can rest assured that your house is SOLD. I have purchased every house I have ever contracted to buy.

5) You Don’t Pay Any Real Estate Commissions

Even though I’m a licensed Real Estate Agent, there will be no commission due if I buy your house. (Real estate agents typically charge 5-6% of the sales price to market your house.)

6) You Won’t Pay Any Seller’s Concessions / closing assistance

Buyers nowadays don’t save like they used to. Short on cash, they look for some way to make the purchase work. The most popular way is… AFTER you agree on the house’s price, they ask for help with paying for their closing costs. That’s just more $$$ that doesn’t go into your bank account – up to 6% of the house’s price. That could be a $8,000-$10,000 reduction in what you get for your house. There’s none of that when I buy your house.

7) You Don’t Have To Do Any Updates

Still have the original kitchen? Same bathroom for 30 years? They work perfectly for you, right? But they don’t work for today’s demanding buyers. Bathrooms, kitchens, flooring and paint that is out of date really drives the price down and lengthens the time it takes to sell giving your house a “why hasn’t that sold yet?” stigma. (It’s a double-whammy) Again, today’s buyers with their meager savings, don’t have the money to fix them up. They’d rather buy a more expensive house that’s fully updated with a slightly higher mortgage payment. (Mortgages are a lot cheaper than credit cards!) (over)

8) You Don’t Have To Make Any Repairs

Again, buyers don’t have ANY extra cash, so they’ll insist that fix every little nit before they agree to buy the house. Every drippy faucet, every sticky window, carpet they want changed, gutters and chimneys cleaned, roofing replaced, decks updated to code… etc. And the worst part is that THIS negotiation comes AFTER you take the house off the market. So… you’re really up against the wall then, and they know it.

I’m not going to ask you to repair a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g.

9) You Don’t Have To Do Any Painting

It’s not unusual to have tired or outdated paint. But buyers can’t seem to get past seeing it and will run out of the house if they don’t like the color. I know, “it’s just paint” but there are a LOT of people who can’t get past colors they don’t like (have you seen a house-hunting show on TV lately?). And again, they don’t have any extra money to pay for new paint.

10) You Keep Your Privacy

Nosey neighbor

There will be no pictures of your stuff on the internet for everyone to see. No sign in the yard announcing your business to everyone. No curious neighbors walking through your house making judgements. No worries about a rude agent using the lockbox and walking in on you without an appointment. No stress from having to clean and leave your house frequently to accommodate strangers looking in your closets. I’ll be the only one that has to see the inside of your house – and you don’t even have to clean up for me.

11) Less COVID-19 Worries

You won’t have hordes of people traipsing through your house touching things. Eww!

I strictly follow the COVID Safety Protocols recommended by the CDC and NYS and typically only have to enter your house once.

12) You Don’t Have to Empty or Clean

One of the great bonuses of me buying your house you don’t need to clean, anything. You don’t need to empty the house. No need to pay thousands of dollars and break your back filling dumpsters. No hard/emotional decisions of what gets thrown out. Just take what you want and leave the rest.

13) Any Usable Items Are Donated

We donate whatever we can

One of the first things I do when I purchase a house is to go through it and pick out anything usable that can be donated. I favor local organizations that give directly to the person/family in need such as Dutchess Outreach, Brenna’s Basement, Furry Angels, Hyde Park ASPCA. Pots, pans, plates, flatware, small appliances, bedding, towels, clothes, laundry, haircare items, etc, gets collected, cleaned up and donated. It reduces the burden on our environment and best of all… helps people and animals in need.


My father had been in his house 50+ years, it would have required several big projects to get the house ready for a regular sale. We reached out to Bob … he came out to look at the house and explained the whole process in detail to my Dad. The house needed a lot of work, my Dad accepted Bob’s offer. As the closing date got closer, a few problems popped up – Bob worked to find solutions that ended up having minimal impact on my Dad. Without Bob’s involvement, selling the house would have been overwhelming. Dealing with Bob ended up being a great decision and it allowed my Dad to sell without taking on any extra work or worries. A great experience.

– John

Poughkeepsie, NY

Fishkill Church

We Work With Homeowners In Fishkill

We buy houses in Fishkill and most of the surrounding towns in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Instead of putting your house on the market and waiting months for an interested buyer to come along (who may or may not be able to even get a mortgage), you’ve already found a ready, willing and able buyer here… me!

How Much Can I Get For My House?

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