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Introduction: Foreclosure Guide

Chapter 1

Welcome to the ForeclosuresSearch.ca Beginner's Guide To Foreclosures

The current financial crisis has opened a new and booming industry, the purchasing and selling of foreclosure property. You will eventually find out that there is huge profit in dealing with undervalued foreclosure property and the statistics now show that out of every one hundred mortgage loans, at least two are under foreclosure. And this shows great increase compared to last year and there are indications that it will be steadily on the rise.

Real estate investing is the way to go to if you want to earn huge profits since prices of properties have increased dramatically over the years. Now the downside of this is that fewer people are able to afford the good ones since their prices have gone from inexpensive to prohibitive in the past three years or so. And this being the scenario, plus add the steady ascent of interest rates and the ever changing bankruptcy laws, foreclosures in great numbers are inevitable. And when foreclosures are consistently on the rise, the opportunity to cash in on them has also greatly increased. People who cannot afford to make payments anymore on their mortgage would seek better foreclosure rates rather than to be burdened with continuing debt. Because of all these factors, there is no better time than today to buy and sell foreclosure properties.

This guide will help you understand the laws governing foreclosure. Read it and you would be in a better position to play in the foreclosure and mortgage market and earn more than what you have imagined. So unless you are a seasoned foreclosure investor who knows all the ins and outs of the foreclosure world and all its attached laws and by-laws, this foreclosure guide is right for you. By reading this foreclosure guide, we will make yourself an expert and you will see how you can start make a killing from purchasing and/or selling foreclosure properties. This guide will give you a more concise and better overview of the whole process of foreclosure property dealings and how to effectively negotiate and purchase these properties.

This very profitable and lucrative money-making business is not yet known to many people and this would be the perfect time for you to jump in on it and make more money before foreclosures become too popular.

Have you noticed that the real estate business attracts numerous investors whether the market is up or down? The reason behind this is because even if when market prices are high (let's say the average home market price is $500,000.00), you can purchase a property at below the market price and sell it for a profit (For example purchase at $400,000 and sell at $450,000). And the same goes for a down market, just purchase a property below the market price at that time and again sell it for profit. (eg. The if the average home price is $300,000 - buy at $200,000 and sell at $250,000). The reason foreclosures are so easy to profit from is because they are almost always sold at below the market price - so you are almost guaranteed a profit!


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