Opportunities like this come by only so often and advises everyone to take full advantage of these opportunities before it's to late.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2007
Wall Street Boyz, Inc. a Los Angeles based financial marketing company, gains access to a half billion dollar REO portfolio, making them one of the few companies which will assist the handful of bank portfolio liquidation brokers in the nation to wholesale off properties. With ever increasing foreclosures occurring, analyst predict companies like Wall Street Boyz, Inc. are positioned to make investors a lot of money and realize profits of 6 million or more.
"A well known federally chartered leader in the secondary mortgage market, that ensures mortgage bankers and other lenders have enough funds to lend to homebuyers at low rates, is liquidating thousands of properties across the U.S. Wall Street Boyz, Inc. which is working in conjunction with bank portfolio liquidation brokers will be offering these nationwide packages immediately. Now is the time for investors to make millions. With over 500 million dollars in their portfolio to liquidate, Wall Street Boyz, Inc will be selling portfolios in groups of ten properties in various regions of the country starting at only $85,000 per package. The portfolios are a nice mix of single family residences and multi-unit properties all with excellent resell value," says Nikki Eckerson, Vice-President of Real Estate Investments.
Carlos Perez, CEO, says, "This is a real wholesale opportunity for savvy investors, allowing them to purchase properties for as low as $8,500 a piece in packages of 10 and immediately wholesale them off, doubling, tripling, quadrupling or even making ten times their investment depending on the yield they desire."
A recent portfolio they offered in the Midwest included 14 properties being comprised of 11 single family residence homes, 2 four-plex units and a duplex, with a market value of over $1,064,644.00 dollars which they wholesaled to one of their investors for only $160,000. Current portfolio offerings are being sold rapidly making future availability uncertain. Carlos Perez concluded by saying, "Opportunities like this come by only so often and advises everyone to take full advantage of these opportunities before it's to late."