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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buying Foreclosures (Complete Idiot's Guides)

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Publisher Comments:

One person's loss is another person's gain.

This invaluable guide explains everything readers need to know about finding and financing foreclosed and soon-to-be foreclosed residential properties with the highest potential return. Completely updated, this new edition reflects recent changes in the way banks and the government dispose of foreclosed properties, covers new laws, and advises how to steer clear of scams.

First edition sold more than 30,000 copies in a year and a half

The national residential foreclosure rate rose to from .75% to 1.16% (of all mortgages) by the end of 2006the biggest jump in 30 years

Foreclosures are expected to continue to increase as interest rates rise and monthly payments on short-term variable rate and interest-only loans make homes unaffordable

Synopsis:

Find the sound investments among the foreclosures. Covering both bank-owned and government-owned properties, this book focuses on helping buyers distinguish between good foreclosure investments and those plagued with liens and other pitfalls. Readers will learn about the benefits of buying foreclosures; foreclosure timeline and process; the different types of foreclosures; finding pre- foreclosed properties; important pre-purchase pitfalls; buying at an auction; and more.

• The national residential foreclosure rate rose to from 1 to 1.23% (of all mortgages) by the end of 2003—the biggest jump in 30 years

• Foreclosures are expected to increase as interest rates rise and monthly payments on short-term variable rate and interest-only loans begin to follow (Realty Times)

About the Author

Todd Beitler, a recognized foreclosure expert, guest lecturer, and industry consultant, is the founder of The Real Estate Library who pioneered the widely distributed magazines The New York Foreclosure Report and The Florida Foreclosure Report.

Bobbi Dempsey has written several books, including The Pocket Idio‛s Guide to Home Inspections, and for numerous major magazines, including Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, Parents, Child, Pregnancy, and more.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781592573950
Publisher:
Alpha
Subject:
Real Estate - Buying/Selling Homes
Author:
Dempsey, Bobbie
Author:
Dempsey, Bobbi
Author:
Beitler, Todd
Subject:
House buying
Subject:
Real Estate - Investments
Subject:
Real estate investment
Subject:
Personal Finance - General
Subject:
Personal Finance - Investing
Edition Description:
Mass Market
Series:
Complete Idiot's Guides
Publication Date:
20050802
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from 12
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
9.40x7.30x.74 in. 1.14 lbs.
Age Level:
from 18

Related Subjects

Business » Accounting and Finance
Business » Real Estate
Business » Real Estate » Buying and Selling Homes

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buying Foreclosures (Complete Idiot's Guides)
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"Synopsis" by , Find the sound investments among the foreclosures. Covering both bank-owned and government-owned properties, this book focuses on helping buyers distinguish between good foreclosure investments and those plagued with liens and other pitfalls. Readers will learn about the benefits of buying foreclosures; foreclosure timeline and process; the different types of foreclosures; finding pre- foreclosed properties; important pre-purchase pitfalls; buying at an auction; and more.

• The national residential foreclosure rate rose to from 1 to 1.23% (of all mortgages) by the end of 2003—the biggest jump in 30 years

• Foreclosures are expected to increase as interest rates rise and monthly payments on short-term variable rate and interest-only loans begin to follow (Realty Times)

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