Real Estate Investors - Where's the Best Deal?

Bill Carey

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Foreclosure, pre foreclosure, auction, estate sale, out of town sellers, subject to, get the deed, assumable loans there are a whole slew of ways to take over real property. What is the best for you? Don’t overlook buying a house at a discount through the MLS with a Realtor.

1. Gurus and new guy investor trainers across the country are teaching new investors how to buy 2 to 3 or 10 to 15 houses per month using some straight forward techniques and some convoluted inside-out upside-down tactics to control real estate. For a mere $3,000 to $7,000 you can spend a weekend learning some techniques that seem so easy in class yet nearly impossible when you get home. Unless of course you are willing to take the risk, over come the fear, and dive in head first.

2. Working with a competent real estate agent who is also knowledgeable about real estate investments may be the easiest way to by discounted real estate in every market of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. You can find the deals and they can help you put them together.

3. Knowledgeable agents are hi tech internet savvy they will work with you defining an area and price range you are comfortable with. They can research the MLS every day or every week and email any new listing that comes up fitting your criteria.

4. The biggest question on the investor side is always financing, how can, I put a deal together with no money down? Guess what? There will be in almost every transaction some money down or some money in the deal. The object is to have it not be your money or not much of your money. An investor Real Estate agent will be able to help put you on the path to effective financing.

5. How do you find deals? Become knowledgeable about your market place. Know what properties have sold for, what’s on the market and what price. Be ready to act when a potential property comes up.

6. Don’t be afraid to make offers, you can’t buy a property without first making an offer. Some folks say that if your offer is not embarrassing it’s too high. There is a lot of truth to that. Your best deal is always on the other side of your offer.

7. Join your area REIA (Real Estate Invesment Association) good deals are at every meeting. Some REIA's have hundreds of members who have properties ready to go that may be just what your looking for.

Bill Carey with over 30 years in real estate sales, investments, and home building offers a unique perspective to the buying and selling process of residential real estate for F*R*E*E consumer information and reports log on to and see “Insider Real Estate Secrets Revealed" . . . a must-read for Home-Owners and Renters! It's a F*R*E*E 12-lesson e-course covering more than 20 topics exposing the realities behind buying and selling a home. It Could Make(or Save) You Thousands of Dollars

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