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August 23, 2010

Foreclosure Property

An excess of foreclosure property could be the yellow brick road to the pot of gold for savvy real estate investors. A recent report published at CNNMoney.com deems investors who sweep in to purchase distressed properties as 'vulture investors', but in reality these individuals have learned how to capitalize on a downturned market.

Foreclosure property can consist of single- or multi-family residences, commercial real estate, or raw land. Previously, investors purchased foreclosure real estate primarily for the purpose of house flipping. Today, these properties are being purchased as rental homes to accommodate the millions of homeowners who lost their home to foreclosure and incapable of qualifying for mortgage loan.

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May 18, 2010

Remax Real Estate Buying Bank Owned Foreclosure List

The Remax Real Estate buying bank owned foreclosure list is an excellent resource for locating properties priced below market value. When banks repossess foreclosure houses they often assign Remax realtors to list properties and handle all facets of the sale.

The Remax Real Estate buying banked owned foreclosure list consists of all types of real estate making it a good resource for first time home buyers and real estate investors. Discounted properties range from residential homes to commercial real estate, as well as industrial parks, retail outlets, golf courses, and raw land.

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December 15, 2009

Foreclosure Real Estate

Considering investing in foreclosure real estate? You're not alone. From first time home buyers to seasoned investors, foreclosure properties can be a smart choice. They can also be your worst nightmare. Taking time to understand the market and what is occurring behind the scenes can help buyers determine if purchasing foreclosure property is the best option.

Nearly every day the rules for buying foreclosure real estate change. In February 2009, President Obama unveiled a $75 billion mortgage relief plan. Devised to provide assistance to nearly 9 million struggling homeowners, the Homeowner Stability Initiative offered incentives to mortgage lenders to engage in loan modifications with borrowers facing foreclosure.

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September 28, 2009

Foreclosure Home

When it comes to buying a foreclosure home it is important to understand the pros and cons of this type of real estate transaction. While you might be lucky enough to find a foreclosed house in perfect condition, chances are high you will need to engage in physical labor to get the property back in good condition.

Before beginning your quest for the perfect foreclosure home, it is a good idea to apply for pre-qualified home mortgage financing. Doing so ensures you are qualified to buy the property and provides extra bargaining leverage when it comes time to make an offer.

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