Miami Realtor's New 'Buyer Assistance Program' Helps Investors With The Exceptional Opportunities in Florida's Real Estate Market

Share Article

This new service helps real estate buyers to locate short sales, foreclosed or bank-owned properties (REO), distressed sales and auctions in the greater Miami area.

We are strategically coordinating with the major wholesalers and retailers in obtaining the latest lists of available foreclosed properties, also known as Bank-owned or REO. This service is provided to buyers at zero cost since all commissions are being absorbed by the sellers (the banks).

"There will never be a better time to buy real estate in Miami than this year," says Miami real estate agent Izzy Buholzer.

Buholzer, a Miami-based real estate agent (http://www.ibmiami.com) has just launched a new Buyer Assistance Program to help investors locate opportunities among the thousands of properties that are currently on offer in Miami and the Beaches.

"There are more than 44,000 properties available in Miami today," says Buholzer. "Investors need to be able to find the best buying opportunities and learn to differentiate amongst the foreclosures, short-sales and normal sales," he adds.

Buholzer's Buyer Assistance Program deploys a professional multi-lingual team to help domestic and foreign buyers sort through all the possible properties on offer. "A buyer can currently choose from an average of 40 available properties in his or her category and this can make it complicated for them to make a decision," Buholzer says.

In addition to the sheer number and diversity of offerings, Buholzer points to other complexities that his new program helps investors overcome: "This fast changing market has brought many new challenges for property owners that were rarely seen in the past. Good examples are condominiums where the age of a building or vacancy rates impact the monthly fees that represent a fixed cost to any investor. Stability of the association and its management should be decisive factors for any savvy condo buyer that is interested in capital appreciation over the next 5 to 10 years."

Buholzer insists that "Unless an investor is committed to hold on to his or her investment for a minimum of five to seven years, real estate should not be considered as an addition to their portfolio. Many investors can find waterfront treasures with up to 70 % discounts compared to only two years ago."

"We are strategically coordinating with the major wholesalers and retailers in obtaining the latest lists of available foreclosed properties, also known as Bank-owned or REO. This service is provided to buyers at zero cost since all commissions are being absorbed by the sellers (the banks)."

Buholzer's service is particularly of interest to the many European and Asian real estate investors who are getting an extra 'bonus discount' fueled by the recent U.S. dollar decline.

Buholzer concludes: "Value Investors are using experienced real estate agents not only to save precious time but also to locate real estate with instant equity. Professional assistance in this buyer's market will help you to see past the unmotivated sellers or the latest gimmicks that developers use to lure buyers into their overstocked inventory. Our team can help you locate real opportunities among the numerous short sales or foreclosed and bank-owned properties that are currently flooding the market."

For more information on buying and investing in Miami real estate, call Izzy Buholzer's real estate team at 305-476-8000, or use the 'contact panel' to your right to send an email. Their website is: http://www.ibmiami.com

New to Miami? Get a taste at youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Yy2JravONE

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Izzy Buholzer

Shellie Young
Visit website