The news stories have continued into 2011. The mortgage crisis is still not over. Government bailouts to the banks, auto industry, and essentially anyone the government determines "can't fail" continue to happen in 2011. This may lead you to think to yourself, "How can I better my financial status in this mess?". Some people have made a great living by purchasing foreclosed properties and "flipping" those homes for profit.
Perhaps flipping a home is not your thing, Maybe you are simply looking at foreclosures to find a good home with immediate equity.
People are getting into homes today for thousands of dollars less than the same homes would have cost them just a few years ago.
In addition to the price of homes going down in many areas, interest rates continue to stay at near record low numbers.
There may have never been a better time to purchase real estate in America. The special $8000 tax credit is over, but interest rates are still near historic lows and foreclosed properties abound. Low interest rates, and low sale prices on bank owned homes make now the best time to enter the housing market. Buying a foreclosure property will add to your savings.
The problem is most people interested in saving thousands on a home purchase have no idea how to find distressed or foreclosed homes themselves. Most homebuyers end up settling with paying some insane monthly cost to a web site that does nothing more than provide a couple of maps and fancy graphics to access foreclosure listing information that is free to view on other sites. If everyone knew where to look for foreclosure listings, these pay by month sites would all be out of business. The pay by month sites don't ever want you to know where to find these homes because in the end, that would cause their customer base to stop paying $20 a month to search for free foreclosure information. We've even seen one web site charge as much as $39/month just to locate foreclosure listings!
So you're sitting there now saying, yea that's true, I've seen that, but it still doesn't help me because I don't even know where to find foreclosure listings on my own.
StopsForeClosure.com will show you exactly where to find the free government foreclosure listings, free bank foreclosure listings, as well as a site that many banks utilize to on-line auction some of their foreclosure listings. You could save thousands of dollars, or even start a career flipping these properties. Your first step is always to find the them.
There is no charge. You are now able to search 40 of the top bank and government free foreclosure listing websites for free. You will gain access to the same information most pay-for-membership sites charge $19.95 for every month. You will immediately be able to find thousands of homes all over the US and will never need to pay another monthly service charge!
Don't wait, if you're even considering buying a home, you need this information.
Think about it, the banks and government agencies need to unload their housing inventory and for that reason they do not charge to access their listings. All you need to get started is to know where to look.
You want to save money buying a home, doesn't it make sense to save money finding one too?