4 Tips To Remember When Buying In A Foreclosure Auction

When repossessed homes are sold through an auction, the trustee (the lender who has obtained a deed of trust against the property) is obligated to get as much as possible from the sale. Buying a house in an auction isn’t as easy as it seems. Real estate cash investors often compete aggressively to buy the property and sell it again at a higher price possible. If you are planning to buy at a foreclosure auction, here are four tips to remember: (more…)

How To Get Prequalified For A Mortgage

If you’ve ever purchased a house, I’m sure you’d agree that there can be nothing more frustrating than applying for the mortgage. Which is why we encourage prospective owners to always begin their house hunting with a prequalified mortgage letter! The prequalification letter helps you decide on the amount you can afford. If you’ve ever wanted to apply for one, but didn’t know how to, read further: (more…)

3 Reasons Buying A Repossessed House Makes Sense

Buying your first house is an experience second to none; it’s probably the biggest financial decision of your life. This is particularly the case for first-time homeowners. Buying a house for a bargain is an opportunity you don’t want to miss, but some deals are too good to be true. If you are on the fence about buying a repossessed house, here are three reasons to buy them: (more…)