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Questions about insurance is something I come across quite often when dealing with investments on foreclosures and bank owned homes around Chicago. This week I’ll be explaining why title insurance is an absolute must-have. Let’s take a look at what title insurance is and what it protects.
There’s no doubt that 2020 is going to be a very interesting year globally. A presidential election here in the US, Brexit in full swing in the UK, and millennials — good and bad, there’s always something with the millennials. Let’s take a look at how Chicago will fare in 2020.
What’s The Difference between Foreclosure Sales and Short Sales? This is a very common question that new investors wonder about. Let’s take a look at what each of them and how they compare.
Buying a property at foreclosure can be a steal of a deal if you know where to look and how to go through with the purchase. Since Illinois is a judicial state, investing in a foreclosure property needs to be done in phases.
Here is one of the top foreclosure auction blunders and advice from industry professionals on how to avoid it.
I got reminded of my very first auction experience and reminded me how little the public actually knows about the amazing investment opportunities you can find at a Sheriff Sale auction.
Home buying season is just around the corner! It’s a fact that purchasing a place is one of the biggest investments that we make. When it comes to buying your dream house how much are you willing to spend?
If you are ready to settle down and build up your own nest but low on budget maybe considering a foreclosure property is your solution.
When we buy a home we want to make sure it ticks all the points in our bucket list. To have a fireplace, great view, pet-friendly, enough space for the kids to play.
2016 has been in a bit of a freeze for foreclosures. Numbers continued to drop down compared to other years leaving experts to believe that this marks the recovery of the real estate crisis.