MAKE MONEY IN SHORT-SALE FORECLOSURES
Foreclosures are the most profitable way to invest in real estate. But most real estate books on foreclosures don't tell you how to invest in short-sale foreclosuresproperties with even more profit potential than regular foreclosures. A short-sale foreclosure is a lender accepting a loan payoff for less than the amount owed. This comprehensive new guide from renowned real estate authors Chantal and Bill Carey covers all the ins and outs of short-sale foreclosure investing, from finding properties to negotiating with lenders, to closing the deal and making a bundle. Inside you'll find all the information you need to succeed:
• Finding great short-sale foreclosure deals
• Dealing with owners in financial distress
• When to buy short-sale foreclosures
• Creating equity in foreclosure properties
• Writing successful short-sale offers
• FHA, VA, and private mortgage insurance short-sales
• Purchasing short-sale properties at auction
• Understanding escrow, closing, and title insurance
• Flipping short-sale properties
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About the Author
Chantel Howell Carey, a member of Zonta International, has handled millions in real estate sales and management as a broker, consultant, and trustee.
Bill Carey began selling real estate in 1977 and is a former director of the San Diego Association of Realtors and the California Association of Realtors. Chantal and Bill are also seminar speakers and international real estate and trust consultants. Bill is a tax consultant as well. Together, they are also the authors of several other books, including The New Path to Real Estate Wealth, Quick Cash in Foreclosures, Make Money in Real Estate Tax Liens, and the bestselling How to Sell Your Home Without a Broker, all from Wiley.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I picked up this book in the book store and could not put it down. Shows you how to put together a Short Sale pkg. to present to the bank. Plus alot more I am buying it!!! Not alot out there on this subject. The authors speak in plain english and give examples. Thanks
I've been in real estate for some time now. With the market in it's current state, short sales are the way to go, but when I started reading this book, I found that it had no direction and was very misleading. It was not layed out in a way that a reader who's wanting to be successful could go out and make this work. I will be taking it back tomorrow for a refund.