Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!

Monthly Archives: September 2011

The RE Guessing Game!

In a recent article I read some pretty interesting information……So today let’s step away from real estate comps convo and discuss the overall real estate market outlook.

In MacroMarkets LLC’s recent Home Price Expectations Survey, the real estate market outlook for the next 5 years is pretty bleak.  The survey found that economists, real estate experts and investment and market strategists all expect prices to decrease 2.53 percent this year and 0.13 percent in 2012. Starting in 2013 they expect prices to start heading upward again with an overall net gain of 1.1 percent.  Experts feel that some type of government action is likely but may be ineffective since the it is felt that a viable solution should come from the market.  This vein of thinking is contingent upon the housing regulation that is set to be made in the coming months.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this one guys!  Is now too soon to predict what the real estate market will do in five years?  Yes or No?  Why or why not?

 

 

Profiting With REO’s

Stepping out and investing in REO’s (bank owned properties) can be an adjustment for many investors. Keeping an eye on the real estate comps for these properties is always a wise decision.  This is a short list of the basics of dealing with and finding REO homes.

First things first-know the difference between regular foreclosures and REO foreclosures. When a borrower defaults on his or her mortgage payments, the property then falls into foreclosure. This means the bank or lender now owns the property at that time, and wants to sell it to the public via auction. These homes are now considered to be foreclosed and ready to be sold at an auction for a discounted price.

When the actual auction is at hand, and the property doesn’t fetch for an amount suitably assessed by the lender, then it will be bought by the lender. They do this so they won’t sell a home for a fraction of the going price. This is where the assets turn into REO property; this could be a very profitable stage for potential buyers.

REO foreclosures are statistically the best choice for people who want to make their mark in real estate investing. What basically happened was that a home didn’t raise enough money, so the bank simply purchased the mortgage. They are a bank, and don’t want to have property lying around. This is where you come in. The bank is now obliged to sell these properties for much cheaper then they normally would.  And that my friends, is where you make your profit.

Working with InvestorCompsOnline and making sure you do your research beforehand gives you the edge at the buying table.  I challenge you to try our support system with your next property deal and be prepared to make a PROFIT!

 

The Property Investment Pros

Property investment is an lucrative business and there are many advantages and the potential for significant gains.  When working with real estate comps investors have the ability to price their properties to make a profit on every deal.  Let’s take a quick look at some positive points of property investment.

Properties will always be valuable. If you invest in a business it can go bust but this isn’t really the case with property. Prices may change but people will always need homes. The demand for housing will never disappear, so the possibility of being able to sell an investment property will always be there.

A major plus of property investment compared to other forms of investing is that you can rent it out as its value increases. With most investments you have to sit back and wait before cashing in at a later date. With property investment you can be gaining an income in the form of rent, which can be used to pay the mortgage. So, as well as making money on the investment, you are making money on the rent.

With property there is less risk. It is very unlikely that a property’s value is suddenly going to be wiped out. As we all know there are fluctuations in the market but even after a heavy dip the value is most likely going to increase and/or return in the long term. Many properties are currently worth less than they were a few years ago (due to the current economy) but they are likely to grow again. The vast majority of properties will be worth more in five years time than they were five years ago. Patience may at times be required with property investment, but it will usually pay off in the end.

What were your reasons for stepping out into the property investment arena?   Have you settled in to property niche, such as REO’s or short sales?  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment by clicking the tab above!

 

Use Real Estate Comps to Get It SOLD!

There are many factors that can drive the sale of a property. Perhaps you have been renting the property and have decided to sell, or maybe it was a quick flip.   Whatever reason you may have, it’s important to learn how to use real estate comps to sell your property fast, or else it might take months to sell and get the money you need.

In selling a property, it’s essential to study the market and be informed of the current market status and/or changes. InvestorCompsOnline offers tools and expert support to prepare you for all facets of investing.

InvestorCompsOnline will help you analyze the look and value of your property.  If you want to get the best value for your home, the key is pricing it correctly. Additionally, when an interested buyer is planning to check out your property, have it properly touched up and ready for viewing.

Remember guys, in investing you have to be able to think like a buyer when selling your deals.  Take off your investor hat and put on the buyer hat to be sure you are addressing the buyers interest.

Happy Investing!!

 

Making YOUR Mark!

Real estate comps allow us investors to value a property and in turn make a profit when we buy.  Turning to InvestorCompsOnline to learn the in’s and outs of real estate education guarantees you will be prepared to make your mark in real estate.

Learning to successfully navigate the waters and master meeting with potential sellers and/or buyers gives you a step up in the real estate field.  Building a solid reputation as a deal maker and property mover starts with having the first impression.   I hope the tips I’ve shared this week  give you the confidence to take your real estate investment business to the next level. 

InvestorCompsOnline is prepared to assist you in valuating deals and offer skills that will make your real estate business stand heads and shoulders above the rest.  I encourage to take advantage of what we have to offer today-Great data and expert advice!