How and When to Buy a Pre-Foreclosure Property

Pre-foreclosures are confusing to many people. These are commonly confused with the foreclosure process and REOs (real estate owned by a lender).

The REO Real Estate Market is Changing

Historically, the REO auction market has been associated with investment buyers and more recently with intuitional buyers. Today, the auction market has opened up to consumer buyers and real estate agents.

Profiting From Today’s Housing Market

The first three months of this year saw house flipping jump 20 percent. House flipping is generally measured as houses that are bought and resold within 12 months or less. Although it’s a sellers’ market, buyers want turnkey houses. There is very little retail market for houses needing repairs. There aren’t many but fixers are

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Sound Advice for Buying a Foreclosure

Quite naturally, anyone with a bit of cash to spare these days is going to be attracted to some of the big bargains on offer when they look around at all of the foreclosures in their area. But while there’s definitely potential to make money with this kind of investment, a foreclosure transaction can be quite a tricky hurdle for those who are new to this game

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