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California Investment

The California investment market has taken one of the hardest hits in real estate. RealtyTrac, an industry leader in the real estate market, states 1 in 165 California homeowners are in the process of foreclosure. This equates to around 100,000 foreclosed properties available for purchase in the Golden State.

Today, there are multiple California investment opportunities. One of the most profitable is in the field of real estate. However, if you plan to buy or sell investment properties it is imperative to become familiar with California real estate laws.

As with most laws, California doesn't play around. They impose strict penalties upon investors, realtors, brokers, lenders and real estate specialists who do not comply with rules and regulations.

The California Department of Real Estate provides everything you need to get started as a real estate investor. You'll learn what certifications and licenses are required; locate approved real estate courses; download free publications; and locate resources for niche markets such as foreclosures and short sales.

Investing in California real estate is a little trickier than most others states in the U.S. With home prices dropping as much as 40-percent in some areas, California real estate could potentially yield substantial profit in years to come.

More than half a million people move to California each year. Chances are this number will continue to increase even with the high cost of living and astronomical real estate prices. There has never been a better time to invest in distressed properties. Some experts predict real estate will be the next Gold Rush. Those willing to take the risk could end up winning big.

California real estate investing has the potential for financial disaster as well. Novice investors would be wise to thoroughly research the area where they wish to buy houses. Take time to become educated about foreclosure homes, short sales, rent-to-own, Subject To, and probate real estate.

Each of the above niches has pros and cons. If you want to be successful in this competitive market, you need to know which investment will best serve your needs. Otherwise, you could end up making bad investment choices, which could cost more than you can afford to lose.

My California investment article library offers a wealth of information on the various types of real estate niches. I invite you to browse around and learn about the many opportunities awaiting you in the beautiful state of California.


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Published on April 20, 2009 at 01:21 AM | Comments: 1

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Absolutely great information. I finally found a website that provide real good information about the real estate industry.

Thanks for sharing it with us.

Amador real estate | February 4, 2010 2:15 PM

 

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