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April 10, 2008

Distressed Properties: The Truth About Investing in Foreclosure and REO Houses

Distressed properties are a real estate investor's dream, but are they profitable as many people claim? According to experts, the answer is a resounding "Yes!" -- if you know the tricks of the trade.

Investing in distressed properties such as foreclosure and real estate owned (REO) houses can pave the way to profits. However, experts warn investing in these types of homes will not create overnight wealth. Instead, investing in foreclosed homes is better suited for investors who prefer slow and steady portfolio growth or those who engage in house flipping.

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April 06, 2008

"For Sale by Owner"--- Real Estate for Sale

Type in "real estate for sale" at your favorite search engine and you'll find more than 200 million results. Drive through nearly any community and you'll find dozens of "For Sale" signs situated in front yards. Pick up any newspaper and you'll find page after page of real estate for sale.
With all this real estate for sale it's become a "Buyer's Market."

A Buyer's Market means there is too much real estate for sale for the number of available buyers. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall. This is good news for potential homeowners, but not-so-good news for sellers; particularly those who need to sell their homes in order to avoid financial ruin.

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December 03, 2007


Although the realastate market is currently in a slump, experts predict it will rebound in the near future. Savvy investors know now is the time to get in on great real estate deals that can yield plenty of profits in the future.

If you are just starting out in the realastate game, you will want to learn all there is to know before shelling out your hard earned cash. There are numerous types of realastate investments including houses, apartment buildings, condos, retail centers, office buildings, undeveloped land and real estate investment trusts (REIT).

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