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SOURCE: Foreclosure University
There are several reason why homes go vacant. This video reveals 13 different reasons why homes go vacant and how to capitalize on the foreclosure opportunity.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 03, 2013
It's no secret that foreclosures are happening all across the nation. Many homeowners are finding themselves in unfortunate situations unlike anything they've gone through in the past. We recently released a video explaining several reasons why homes go vacant or end up in foreclosure.
According to recent data from CoreLogic, who is a leading provider of foreclosure information, five states accounted for 374,000 completed foreclosures for the 12 months ending in January 2013. These five states accounted for 50 percent of all completed foreclosures nationally.
Since 1993, local real estate investor Cameron Dunlap has been investing in these types of homes. Since the beginning, he has made it his goal to not only help these homeowners find solutions to their problems but also show students the opportunities that are out there in real estate. He has spoke to thousands of students across the country teaching and showing them how to become investors.
"It's a great business to be in right now," says Cameron. “Right now we are seeing one of the best markets we will ever see. For many of us, we won’t see another one of these in our lifetime.” The video explains multiple reasons why people walk away from their homes. This is the perfect opportunity for investors to make some great money in situations like this.
Cameron has created a real estate training course that shows how individuals can take advantage of the vacant house market. It was created to help individuals pursue their dreams and become full time real estate investors. The training program consists of showing the exact steps one needs to start investing in real estate.
The course covers how to find the perfect foreclosure deals. How to leverage other people so they do all the hard work. How to evaluate each property and determine market value. How to fund the deals using transactional funding where income and credit don’t matter. How to find the buyers that pay cash for the property. And finally, how to close and cash the paycheck.
Cameron also uses several tools in this process that make his job much easier and doable. He uses a software program called iflip that manages and trains all the people that send him the deals. The software even recruits these house hunters automatically by simply placing ads online.
For those who would like more information on Cameron Dunlap or his training program can visit http://www.camerondunlapforeclosure.com
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