Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 11, 2009
As foreclosures and short-sales remain a viable portion of the homes for sale in many parts of the US, many home shoppers are turning towards them as potential real estate investments or as low-cost primary homes.
The RealEstateBook.com has incorporated a new search feature allowing home shoppers to view listings for thousands of pre-foreclosed, foreclosed, auction and REO homes. By partnering with RealtyTrack, The RealEstateBook.com now includes a simple and effective feature, allowing users to immediately narrow or to broaden their search by market, price, or location.
Just enter the city and search. For instance, San Francisco Foreclosures brings up over eight hundred listings.
Buying into this market can be a great way to purchase a home at a greatly reduced price. But those who jump in without any additional information may learn some very valuable lessons the hard way. Just like anything else in life, buying a foreclosed home has its pros and cons. They present wonderful, profitable investment opportunities, but they can just as easily become money pits if you don't know what you're doing.
The Real Estate Book allows you to better understand the foreclosure market by spending time learning about the homes, their locations, and the steps necessary to acquire them. With listings, images, maps and vast amounts of other information, The RealEstateBook.com gives home shoppers the most comprehensive foreclosure coverage.
Other advantages to purchasing a foreclosed home include low prices, lower closing costs, flexible financing, and profitability. There is no waiting to move in, as foreclosed homes are often vacant. And many of them are homes in need of repair, which can ultimately bring back money on your investment.
The new search enhancement adds diversity and flexibility to the existing property search features on RealEstateBook.com -- now with over 900,000 current foreclosure listings, and more added daily. To learn more, take advantage of the real estate foreclosure feature today.