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Bank REO Inventory Changing The Game For Real Estate Investors
Friday, 20 November 2009


Wondering why lately your real estate investing opportunities seem to be a bit less than they were only about six months ago?

Well, the reason is clear and in the short run makes sense to banks holding large inventories of real properties that they foreclosed on during the recent mortgage meltdown mess.

It is true that lately banks have been amassing inventory, holding on to their REO foreclosed properties to avoid dumping them on the current real estate market at extremely depressed prices.

But it is inevitable that they will have to release these properties onto the market sometime.

And, when they do, we can expect to see even further declines in housing prices.

However, smart real estate investors, know that profitable real estate investing is possible in any market. It doesnt matter if the market is up, down or sideways.

Banks will eventually cave to regulatory pressure to get out of the real estate property holding business and back into the banking business.

When that happens, the current temporary shortage of high quality, low priced real estate investments will end and rela estate investors will see more and more good investment opportunities appearing around them
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Real Estate Finance With Subject To Options
Tuesday, 17 November 2009


Have you ever used "subject to" as a tool in your real estate investing program?

If not, you're definitely missing out on one of the best tools around for being able to acquire lots of investment properties for very little money out of pocket!Real estate investingdeals can be financed in any number of ways, but one of our favorite real estate financing strategies is to negotiate a subject to contract

A subject to contract has a huge advantage over other forms of real estate purchase contracts, primarily because with a subject to agreement, the financing is not an issue.

When you take a property subject to you are taking title to the property subject to the existing mortgage or financing that already exists on the property.

Sometimes, you may hear this referred to as a wrap or AITD (All Inclusive Trust Deed) type strategy.

In these deals, you dont need financing to take title, because you are just promising to pay the mortgage(s) that is/are already on the property.

Because you don't have to go find the financing (and qualify for it), the only money you really need to do a "sub-to" deal is the money for the down payment, if any!

Many times, you
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