Mortgage, US Real Estate

Buying REO is different; learn the steps that make it a challenge

By Violeta-Loredana Pascal | December 16, 2017
People have been buying and selling REO, otherwise known as foreclosures, for decades. There used to be huge real estate courses specifically designed on how to make millions buying foreclosures
Press Release, Real Estate Software Apps

Equator Celebrates 2016 Successes Highlighted by New Products and Customers

By Press Release | February 14, 2017
Equator, a leading provider of default software solutions for many of the country’s top servicers (including four of the top five largest servicers and a leading GSE), real estate agents and vendors,
US Real Estate

The REO Real Estate Market is Changing

By Brian Kline | November 13, 2016
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.
Memphis Real Estate

Memphis Commercial Real Estate Poised for Solid Growth

By Brian Kline | May 5, 2016
Both the commercial and residential real estate sectors are stable and poised for growth in the spring of 2016. This article focuses on the commercial side of the market. Many readers are probably tired of reading about the Great Depression's affect on the real estate market years after the economy began expanding again. The good […]
Residential, US Real Estate

The State of Residential Real Estate in America

By Brian Kline | October 7, 2015
As the traditionally highly active summer real estate season comes to an end, residential real estate is a mixed bag. At the end of July, houses that are still under water hit a plateau while homes that are "equity rich" decreased for the second straight quarter. About 38 percent of these under water mortgages are […]
Featured News, Real Estate Investing, US Real Estate

Atlanta Investment Properties - Foreclosures Still Plentiful In Georgia

By Donna S. Robinson | August 26, 2014
From commercial properties to multi-million dollar mansions down to small 2 bed, 1 bath cottages, it appears that there are still plenty of foreclosures and thus potential investment properties available across metro Atlanta and the entire state of Georgia.
Investing, Real Estate Investing, US Real Estate

Understanding Your Rehab Target Area

By Brian Kline | August 25, 2014
It’s crucial you understand the different markets within a certain area. A good place to start is by breaking your market into six different price levels. What this refers to is the retail price within a certain area. Here are the different price levels you might consider: Price Level 1: under $100,000 Price Level 2: […]
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