In this article, we will discuss foreclosure moratoriums and probable foreclosure protections potential changes in 2021 and 2022.
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The last time the US economy ground to a halt the big issue was foreclosures. This time around the story is likely to be very different. Preforeclosures – not foreclosures – will be a central focus for real estate investors… Read More »
Investors have always liked bank-owned properties or REOs — real estate owned by lenders and insurance programs. That’s because REOs often represent attractive investment opportunities, properties that lenders and insurance companies really want to dump. Given the pandemic economy you… Read More »
Foreclosure fever is coming back. With more than 55 million people filing unemployment claims in the past few months the natural expectation is that soaring foreclosure rates lie ahead. It will be like the mortgage meltdown a dozen years ago… Read More »
Should you invest in foreclosures in 2020? Following the coronavirus outbreak, the real estate market is on pause and many investors are reluctant to invest in such a turbulent and uncertain climate. However, there are many benefits to investing in… Read More »
Real estate auctions and foreclosure listings can be great resources to tap for low-cost, high-potential investment properties. Head to our foreclosure search tool to start your hunt today.
Real estate is one of the best ways to invest. It can be a great long-term investment, a source of additional passive income, or your entire earnings for the year. Basically, it’s a flexible way to make cash however you… Read More »
Demand for single-family rental properties varies widely across the country — as do the rents those homes command. That’s why, for real estate investors, choosing the right market is critical. Are you considering investing in a rental property sometime in… Read More »
Foreclosures can hold serious potential — especially for investors looking to fix-and-flip or rent out the property for a profit. But searching through foreclosure listings isn’t like buying a traditional home. There’s a lot less info to go on, pictures… Read More »