“Harry pulled thru for me and got my sale close. I highly recommend.”

Geoffrey Bolen

Learn About – Progressive Real Estate Solutions

As a Solutions Company we provide several win-win solutions to help homeowners and real estate owners get out of sticky situations… like Foreclosure, owning a burdensome property, probate, or anything else. We focus on providing you with a solution to your situation so you can continue to do the things you love.

We are a real estate solutions company based in the DFW Metroplex.  We’re a local family-owned business and focus on helping homeowners like you find solutions for your problem whether you’re going through a foreclosure, can’t sell your property, or just need to sell their house for all kinds of reasons.

How We Work With Homeowners To Find Solutions

We buy house all cash with no contingencies, inspections or option periods. We buy both pretty and ugly house and houses with little to no equity and sometimes we even list houses on the open market on the MLS. We have been in the real estate business for more than 30-years and are licensed by the State of Texas and are held to the highest standards.

If you have any questions about how we work, what the process of selling a house or having us help you avoid foreclosure, or just want to learn more about us… don’t hesitate to contact us anytime!

Call Us Today! 469-269-5779 Or Text us at 214-470-5254 or email us at info@webuydfwrealestate.com

Buyers and Investors check us out at Progressive Real Estate Solutions. Also be sure to check out our Sell My House Blog and Sell My Land Blog.



Providing the best customer value.


Listening to the needs of our clients by asking the right questions. Consequently, we will be able to make the right recommendations.


Building a relationship of honesty through our actions. Our clients will trust we are always going to do what is right.


Streamlining the home buying or selling process by using technology. Consequently, our clients will save time and receive continual updates.



We follow through and communicate promptly.


We do what we say we will do. No surprises!


We get things done! Our team is proactive, anticipating and solving problems.


We value long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with our clients.


We speak respectfully, openly, and honestly.


Our team is focused on our top priority—serving our clients professionally.

Progressive Real Estate Solutions
We Buy Houses and All Types of Real Estate

The Pros & Cons Of Selling Your House To A Local
Professional Home Buyer– FREE Guide: 

Download our FREE Guide here. Or, you can always feel free to Contact us anytime if you have questions, want a no hassle Situation Evaluation, or want to just learn more about how we can help homeowners sell unwanted properties for cash.

Get the FREE Guide and then give us a call at (469) 269-5779 and we’ll discuss what your home is worth and what we can offer to buy it for with our Cash Offer Program.

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