Real Estate Investors: Beware of Haunted Houses

by Marty Boardman | August 9, 2012 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | no comments

Be careful. That distressed property you have under contract to buy may be haunted. No, it’s not time to call an exorcist, or the Ghostbusters. While the guys in the beige jumpsuits and proton packs are proficient with eradicating those little green slimy ghosts they are no match for the demons that lurk in that smoking hot foreclosure deal you just tied up. In the title insurance world these demons are known as defects, or clouds. I like to think of them as apparitions, or skeletons buried b

REO and Wholesale Real Estate Investing by Tarrbash the Egyptian Magician

by | October 24, 2011 | on Orange County Wholesale Real Estate | no comments

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Rehabing properties.?

by | July 31, 2011 | on Orange County Wholesale Real Estate | 5 comments

I've always just deemed this type of real estate as just too risky, and a game that only big boys. Just wondering, for instance I live in Gary, and a lot of the properties are selling wholesale for 5-10k wholesale. Now if you could find an appraiser, to tell you the market value of the home after improvements. Lets say he told you 55k. Lets say you found a contractor that told you he could do those proposed improvements for 15k. So now you just do the simple math..lets say..20-25k invested plus

Does anyone invest in Knoxville, Tn?

by | July 28, 2011 | on Orange County Wholesale Real Estate | 2 comments

Was wondering if Knoxville TN was a good place to invest in real estate. Are there many people moving there? Is the market good for wholesaling, buying and holding, meeting other investors through a network and renting for positive cash flow? Trying to learn in South Fl but finding the market to be confusing. The prices are dropping...but the taxes and insurance are so high. Feeling confused and thinking of relocating to Knoxville. Help? Thanks Mary. We were looking into Knoxville to live an

Video Frequent Home Owner’s Insurance Claims Could Squash Your Home Purchase

by | December 16, 2010 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | no comments

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I am working on a pro-forma for a residential rental property. I am looking for a lost of typical expenses …

by | May 27, 2010 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | one comment

I am looking for typical expenses that I would incur to purchase, and rent out a home in Orange County, California. Mortgage Taxes Insurance Repairs (not sure what kind of a percentage, or $$ to put here for yearly expenses for repairs that would be typical of renting a home) Renter Finders Fee (if i hire a company to find me a renter??) etc ??? And what else am I missing?? Other orange County Real Estate Deals SitesDangers Of Driving Without Car Insurance « When Tomo

Would I be a candidate to refinance my mortgage?

by | April 28, 2010 | on Orange County Homes For Sale | 4 comments

My wife and I purchased a home in Orange County CA in June 2008. Purchase price was 2,000 and our loan amount was 2,000. Our loan is a 40 year fixed rate at 6.875% with a three year buy down at 5.875% with no PMI. We have excellent FICO scores of 800+, and we make about 00 gross per month. We have no debt other than the home. Association dues 9 per month, Property taxes 0 per month; and Homeowners insurance per month. The value of our home has decreased to approx.0,000-5,000 since June

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