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Real Estate Investment 101 : Real Estate Investment Options Defined
Short Sale: A short sale is when the final sale price of real estate is less than the balance owned on the property’s loan. With short sales, the borrower is unable to pay the mortgage loan on their property. The lender decides to sell the property at a moderate loss. Both the lender and property owner must agree to the short sale. Short sales help borrowers to avoid foreclosure but borrowers may have to pay the balance of the original loan.
Short Sale Investing: Investing in short sale homes will allow you to buy homes at below-average prices with the promise of high returns and quick profits. Short sale offers have to be approved by the bank. The offer must be as profitable to the bank as it is to you. I am here to help you draft an offer that will meet lender requirements.
Foreclosure: A foreclosure is when a borrower fails to make loan payments and the lender repossess the home. Foreclosures happen in 3 stages: Preforeclosure (Short Sales), Foreclosure Auction, and Bank Owned Properties (REO). Foreclosure investment has so much potential to help you earn money. I will help you locate the right properties, understand the market, and show you how to cash in on your investment efforts.
Distressed Property: A distressed property is advertised for sale by the mortgagee or is under a foreclosure order. Prices on distressed properties are often much lower than market value.
Rehab Property: Rehab properties are a great opportunity to buy a home at a very low price, fix-it-up, then sell it for market value. A quick cost-effective rehab will consider the appearance of homes in the neighborhood. Cosmetic rehab can be inside or outside the home – and is the least expensive. Structural rehab can take more time and money.