Investor Nation Identifies Opportunity in Charlotte Real Estate Market

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Investors interested in profiting on the current deep discounts in the Charlotte, NC, real estate market now have guidance and support. Memphis-based Investor Nation, a real estate investment sales and advisory firm began offering its services to the Charlotte area on February 2, 2009.

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The price points in Charlotte have dropped significantly. This has left an opening for real estate investors to achieve positive cash flow on newer homes with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a garage

"The price points in Charlotte have dropped significantly. This has left an opening for real estate investors to achieve positive cash flow on newer homes with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a garage," says Stephen Green, President of Investor Nation. "We started acquiring property there in February and are looking to grow that market over the next 12 months."

According to RealtyTrac.com, approximately 2200 bank owned and pre-foreclosure properties exist in the city of Charlotte. Ryan Hinricher, Chief Marketing Officer of Investor Nation, hopes to capitalize on this opportunity by guiding investors into making smart buying choices.

"Being specialists to our clients in evaluating investment property has always been our competitive edge in Memphis," says Hinricher. "We are excited to be able to offer this unique service in the growing market of Charlotte. Frankly, Charlotte fits perfectly into our model."

Investor Nation offers a turn-key real estate investing system for investors to purchase, renovate, and rent investment property in key markets throughout the US. It focuses on offering newer, 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom homes to people looking for positive cash flow real estate investments.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with an Investor Nation representative, please call Debby DeRosa at 864-201-4404 or e-mail Debby at Press@InvestorNation.com

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