Buying Short Sales: Dos and Don’ts

Do you want to profit in short sales from the real estate market? Now, it is a buyers market. Many borrowers are unable to afford their mortgages. This is often due to job loss, poor financial choices, and adjustable rate mortgages. Foreclosures are happening at a record rate.

Read More …

First Time Buyers-What to Expect with Short Sales

Do you want to profit from the real estate market? Even if you are classified as inexperienced buyers, now is the best time to turn a profit. Whether you opt for owning and renting or real estate flipping, it is a buyers market. Read More …

Buying Foreclosure Short Sales (Pros and Cons)

Are you interested in buying homes from the growing number of mortgage borrowers who cannot pay their bills? If so, don’t only examine foreclosures, but short sales too. Short sale properties are ones that will enter into foreclosure soon. Before that happens, mortgage lenders agree to sell the property Read More …

Buying Short Sales as First Homes (Pros and Con)

In terms of short sales and foreclosures, a lot of focus is placed on profits. Yes, if you invest money into foreclosures and short sales, you should turn a profit. There is however one aspect that many rarely take into consideration. That is buying a first home. If you are a hopeful homeowner who is operating Read More …

What You Need to Know as a Buyer (Short Sale Info)

Are you looking to profit from the poor real estate market and the high rate of foreclosures? If so, those foreclosures may be your main focus. Yes, this is good, but look beyond them. There, you will find pre foreclosures and short sale properties. With these types of properties, foreclosure will happen. Read More …

How to Find and Buy Short Sale Homes

In terms of the real estate short sale market, it is a buyers market. Those who have the needed financial resources are urged to act now. Whether you want to buy a cheap first home or buy and resell for a profit, now is the time to act. Speaking of acting, be sure to move short sale properties to the top of your list. Read More …

Why Foreclosure Short Sales are Good for Homeowners

With troubling real estate market, there is good news. That good news is that those in good financial standing are eligible to make a profit. If you have the ability to get a line of credit or the needed financial resources on hand, you can and should profit from foreclosure short sales. Read More …

Short Sales versus Foreclosures: Which Should You Buy?

Before comparing the pros and cons of both short sale properties and foreclosure properties, it is important to understand the process. Foreclosure is when a mortgage borrower goes delinquent on their mortgage. They can no longer pay it and have exhausted all other options. Read More …

Who Benefits From Foreclosure Short Sales

Foreclosure short sales occur when a mortgage lender agrees, in conjunction with the current homeowner, to sell a property for less than the amount owed. For example, a mortgage has an outstanding total of $150,000; the home may sell for $125,000 or less. In most cases, Read More …

Foreclosure Short Sales: How They Get Started

Are you looking to get started with profiting from the poor real estate market? If so, you will find a lot of tips and information online. Most “professionals” encourage you to target foreclosures and foreclosures alone. Yes, foreclosures have the potential to bring in significant profits, but so do short sales.

Read More …

Foreclosure Short Sales: What They Are and How to Profit

A foreclosure short sale is an alternative to foreclosure. In most instances, it the borrower who suggests one. If an agreement is reached, the home is place for sale immediately. This is done through either the lender or a professional real estate agent. As for how you can profit from the buying and reselling Read More …

Tips for Marketing to Middle-Aged Women

Middle-aged women, that is, those in their 40s and 50s, are powerhouses of consumer spending. They are constantly making purchasing decisions for both themselves and their loved ones. In some cases, they can be described as the “Sandwich Generation,” with some still having young children at home, while at the same time having older parents that they need to look after Read More …