(PRWEB) June 29, 2005
A slowing California housing market coupled with a flood of "Interest Only" loans in the marketplace could be a devastating combination when housing prices start to flatten or recede.
The UCLA Anderson Forecast released its first quarterly report for 2005. The report asserts that the California economy, which has been stabilized and fueled by the rising housing market, will begin to weaken as the housing market begins to flatten its appreciation levels.
CRS is predicting a rise in California foreclosures. CRS offers real estate investors a suite of offerings ranging from daily foreclosure lists and data to investor training programs and Shark Bait foreclosure software that seeks out equity in foreclosure properties.
As real estate appreciation flattens then investors will need more advanced data and tools to seek out profitable real estate investment opportunities.
CRS is offering special foreclosure investment training for real estate investors interested in exploring Foreclosure investing as part of their overall strategy.
Savvy investors capitalize on shifts in the economy to leverage their investment options. To learn more visit http://www.digitaldeal.com or call CRS at 1-800- 707-4275.
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