Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Urges Investors Considering High Yield Private Real Estate Loans To Use Their Due Diligence Service Because Of Upcoming Economic Turbulence

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is predicting an additional 10% decline in the valuations of U.S. residential real estate prices within the next twelve months, because of millions of residential foreclosures, or pre-foreclosures in the pipeline. In addition, the group fears if the possible meltdown of the European financial system is combined with what could be the most divisive election cycle in U.S. history, it all ads up to a disaster, for almost any investor, especially in the United States. From a yield standpoint, the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog thinks high yield private money real estate loans could still be a smart option, but the investor has to be very careful, and the investor will have to do their own due diligence. The group says, "We actually think private money real estate loans for real estate investments can be high yield, and safe, provided there is significant due diligence on the property, and the borrower. This is a very important service we offer high net worth individuals." For more information about the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's world class real estate investment due diligence service, high net worth individuals are encouraged to contact the group anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via it's web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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In the old days of private money real estate lending, the primary equation was loan to value. Tragically, many private money real estate lenders did not see the US real estate train wreck coming. We did, and we actually predicted it, in the June 2005

(PRWEB) November 02, 2011

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog thinks that even with a 10% devaluation in U.S. residential, or commercial real estate markets within the next year, private money real estate loans can still be very safe, and they can still produce yields, from 8% to 10%. They think the trick is due diligence, and an investment criteria that includes due diligence for the investment, and the borrower. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, Criteria number one is the proposed properties loan to value cannot exceed 55% to 60%, because of the real possibility of the U.S. real estate markets taking another 10% valuation hit between now, and next November's Presidential election, and the borrower, and the borrower's plan has to be carefully reviewed, and inspected for flaws. A 10% return on a million dollar private money real estate loan is $100,000, but again it's a new world, and we can help an investor do it right." High net worth individuals, or investors looking for high yield returns in private real estate lending are encouraged to call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog for their world class real estate due diligence service at 866-714-6466. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "In the old days of private money real estate lending, the primary equation was loan to value. Tragically, many private money real estate lenders did not see the US real estate train wreck coming. We did, and we actually predicted it, in the June 2005 edition of Money Magazine. We now see an additional 10% correction in the U.S. residential, and commercial real estate markets, because there are so many foreclosures in the pipeline. However, private money real estate lending can still be a very smart, and lucrative investment, provided you do the due diligence correctly. Real Estate due diligence is what we do, we think its smart for a high net worth individual, or investor to have an unbiased, well researched second opinion, when it comes to your money. That is what we do." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is saying, "On the topic of real estate deals, real estate investments, or real estate bargains, we are warning real estate investors, or even potential home buyers in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, and even Virginia to be on the lookout for toxic Chinese drywall foreclosures. Banks, and Fannie Mae are selling these toxic homes, or condominiums foreclosures with the only disclosure being As Is. We do not think there is an ethical way for an investor to buy a toxic Chinese drywall home, or condominium and resell it for a profit, without putting at risk the new home buyers, to mention nothing of the downstream liability to everyone." http://WallStreetFraudwatchdog.Com

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