Investors Opportunities

Are you ready to purchase homes at their lowest prices? Foreclosed properties is the perfect opportunity for you. Foreclosed properties provides a wonderful opportunity for anyone who would like to start their own business or supplement their income.

Forecloses are great bargains because you can generally acquire them at half of the market prices. Foreclosed properties are usually available at a 35-50%

How do I buy a foreclosed home? This is a common question that is shared amongst many people.

Here are a few tips major fruitful tips that will help you develop into a foreclosure investor:

Be Realistic

So many people jump into this business with the notion of becoming a millionaire within one year. The chances of this happening for you is slim to none. You should approach this business with the thought of trying to make a decent profits with the deals that you are able to find.

Set a goal for yourself. You probably should only focus on making full time income. That could be anywhere from thirty to sixty thousand a year. This is can easily be achieved if your work hard.


Do you have good credit? Do you have bad credit? Well, it doesn’t matter when it comes to investing in foreclosures.

You should try to create relationships with hard money lenders and/or private lenders. The home itself will be the only criteria for you to get the funding to make the purchase. Joining an real estate investment club in your city will give you access to various sources of funding that will prove to be beneficial for your investing career.

You can also look within the yellow pages to find funding sources.


Having patience is a virtue in this line of business. There may be a couple of months that will go by before you find a deal. Be patient as the big deals will come your way if you look diligently for them.


Location is one of the primary factors that you should consider when doing a deal. Locations influence the market prices. You should try to buy properties that are close to hospitals, shopping centers, banks, and schools. People are more willing to buy properties from you if they are located next to these places.


Never forget to professionally inspect any foreclosed property. You don’t want to make the mistake of buying a property that has too much damage. Only deal with homes that need cosmetic work. An inspector will be able to tell you how much damage a home has.


Don’t go to a foreclosure auction if you are a newbie. You will get caught up in the frenzy and probably pay too much for a home. Go and establish a relationship with someone at credit unions and banks. Ask them to give you the
contact information for the person that handles their non-performing assets. Non-performing assets are the foreclosed that the lending institutions own.

1-800 Outfits

Stay away from outfits that try to sell you foreclosure information. They are simply trying to sell you information that you can get for free.

Expensive Courses

You should also stay away from purchasing expensive foreclosure investing courses. Many of these authors have never done a real estate deal. They are only selling you information on how to do one!

Foreclosure Investing is a wonderful opportunity for someone who wants to start their own business or supplement their income. Following the tips above can help you get off to a good start.

Good luck!

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