There is a Silver Lining in this Marketplace if you are a serious investor! Consider the following South of the River Real Estate Investment Opportunities…
Buying Bank Owned Homes, Renovating and Selling the Home for a Profit.
I am delighted to tell you that several of my clients have profitably renovated houses this year. It is very easy to make a mistake when selecting the Bank Owned Home, analysis the Budget, Choosing the Quality of Materials, Shopping for Good Values in Labor and Positioning the Property for Resale. If you would like to explore this style of investing, you have come to the right Website.
Buying Bank Owned Homes, Renting and Planning to Sell in the Future.
Becoming a Landlord is a serious commitment and can be very financially rewarding. Finding Property that Appeals to Renters, Advertising and Showing the Property, Screening Prospective Tenants, Negotiating a Lease and Forming Relationships with Vendors for Easy Repair Logistics are all things to consider. Rental Properties are now on the MLS and we are able to assist with South of the River Rental Opportunities.
Buying Contract for Deed (CD) Notes is a lesser known, yet Profitable Investment Opportunity.
Because of the current Market Climate, there are numerous Buyers unable to Qualify for a Traditional Mortgage. Many would like to Purchase a Home. Sellers would love to Sell their South of the River Home, but they are not able to accept a Contract for Deed (CD) because they must pay off a mortgage of their own. Investors bridge this gap between the two parties and can make a good Return on their Investment.
Buying Land to Hold for Future Development, or New Construction Lots in the South of the River Suburbs.
Land is Drastically Reduced in Value and there is almost no maintenance, low taxes and a very Good Outlook of Appreciation in the future. The absence of new construction the past few years will create a surge when the market begins to appreciate. We have Lots and Lots of Lots!
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