National Real Estate Investors Tour Capitol Heights, Maryland Foreclosures

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Capitol Heights, Maryland isn’t a drug-riddled, crime infested, forgotten neighborhood. National real estate investors have taken an interest in this area and will be door knocking homeowners who are in foreclosure offering them solutions.

We don't write-off any neighborhood because of what it is now. We look at what it can become and go from there.

Foreclosures are at an all-time high yet the media would have you believe that our economy is “turning around.” Ask the folks who live in Capitol Heights, Maryland if they agree. With nearly every block riddled with boarded-up houses, properties destroyed by fire, and vandalism everywhere, what makes this an area that would attract the attention of nation real estate experts, Bill and Dwan Twyford.

“We like to invest in these types of neighborhoods because they are older areas”, Twyford says. “The older areas are stable, people take pride in ownership, and just because the city doesn’t have money to keep up with the area doesn’t mean it is forgotten.”

In fact, the Twyfords are offering an open invitation to any news media who would like to follow them around Thursday and Friday June 9th and 10th to see first-hand what they do. The Twyfords will be knocking on the doors of people who are in foreclosure offering solutions and possibly purchasing properties, repairing them, and bringing up the property values.

Based in Denver, Colorado the Twyfords have been investing across the country for over 20 years. “We research areas, find interns we can show this business to, come into town to train them, and then turn them loose on areas that need improving. We have been able to bring up property values in many cities across this country just by bringing attention to it.”

If you are interested in seeing Capitol Heights through the eyes of national real estate foreclosure investing experts contact them immediately. “This is a fantastic opportunity for the right news person.” Twyford says. “Most reporters really have no idea what is happening in these areas. They report the shootings, the crime, and never really get their “feet wet” by spending time getting to know the neighborhood folks.”

“With foreclosures on the rise and no end in sight someone has to step in and help these folks and that is exactly what we do”, says Twyford.


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