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Foreclosure Articles



Build Your Wealth

If you are just beginning to build your real estate portfolio, it is important that you understand the choices you need to make now that will have an effect on your flexibility later.

Wealth with No Money Down

Federal Housing Administration (FHA) foreclosure homes are different from any other type of foreclosure home in that there are several methods of buying a property utilizing low money down or no money down techniques. It is essential to first understand the several different ways in which the FHA lists the foreclosure homes that they are selling.

Creative HUD Home Financing

What’s the easiest way to make money on a foreclosure home? Purchase a foreclosure home that needs some repairs (over $5,000.00) and apply for a 203k loan.

FICO Scores, What Affects the Scores and How Mortgage Lenders Look At Them

Imagine a busy lending office where a loan officer has just ordered a credit report. He hears the whir of the laser printer and he knows the pages of the credit report are going to start spitting out any second.

First Time Homebuyer Advantages

The advantages of being a first time homebuyer are plentiful and can be utilized if you know and understand your options and the ways in which you can save money.

Real Estate Investment Buying Guide

Interested in buying a foreclosure home? Getting started is as simple as using your username and password to access the properties on ForeclosureWatch.com in order to determine which foreclosure homes best suit your short- term and long-term needs.

Foreclosure Home Buying Advantages

There are numerous advantages to buying a foreclosure home, including the incredible savings that can be enjoyed financially, as well as the possibility of buying a larger and more valuable home via foreclosure than you could ordinarily afford.

Investment and Foreclosure Buying Formulas

You've found the foreclosure home you’re looking for and are ready to purchase. He are formulas to help you as prepare to move forward with the purchase of your foreclosure home:

Foreclosure Home Investing: The Hottest Market

Four percent of all homes mortgaged are foreclosed upon. This percentage is stacked more heavily toward the segment of the real estate market referred to as "entry level homes". This does not mean that higher-priced homes do not also become foreclosure homes, however the higher priced the home, the greater the financial resources the homeowner normally has at their disposal.

Foreclosure Homes With Zero Down

There is an old saying in real estate that goes: "If you want to play in the game, you fist must show up."


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