Foreclosure purchases do come with a level of risk that can require an investor to perform property inspections and title searches prior to purchasing the discounted properties.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
The above average rates of foreclosures that are reported in many states in North America has helped some investors to capitalize by purchasing homes for a fraction of the market value. A new service added online by the Real Estate News Wire company is introducing solutions that teach how to buy foreclosures in any state at http://realestatenewswire.com/save-big-foreclosures.
The solutions that are currently posted online reveals the ways that new or experienced foreclosure investors can purchase properties that are discounted as much as 50 percent from the actual market value. This third party service is one of many that have been added in the housing industry by the Real Estate News Wire company this year to help home buyers, sellers and investors.
"Foreclosure purchases do come with a level of risk that can require an investor to perform property inspections and title searches prior to purchasing the discounted properties," said a source for the RealEstateNewsWire.com company.
Current states in the United States with the highest rates of foreclosures includes Florida, Arizona, Michigan, Ohio and Texas. These states each have millions of homeowners who have been affected by the sub-prime lending crisis since 2008 as well as high unemployment rates, according to housing market data. Investors interested in purchasing homes in these states could benefit from the solutions now offered online.
"Some foreclosed homes require no repairs, upgrades or other types of adjustments when purchased and these are among the most valuable to new or experienced foreclosed home investors," the source added.
The RealEstateNewsWire.com company is currently providing additional information for foreclosed homes services online. In addition to the buying solutions offered, this company has published information for homeowners struggling to defeat foreclosure online. A new resource section to help homeowners can be viewed at http://realestatenewswire.com/stop-foreclosure-advice-youre-behind-payments.
The RealEstateNewsWire.com company is currently helping to network companies offering services to homeowners seeking programs that can help with buying, selling or investing into real estate online. This company serves as a media company and resource center dedicated to the housing communities in the U.S. The RealEstateNewsWire.com company now publishes and syndicates portions of its data online to ensure consumers have direct access to the programs, services and other content that is currently found on the company website. New programs and services are added online on a regular basis.