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Author Topic: Are There still Foreclosures Out there?  (Read 1978 times)

Offline Randoskie

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Are There still Foreclosures Out there?
« on: May 29, 2018, 11:48:31 pm »
I don't know much about foreclosures. I got a bird dog named Jerry that's retired but works part time for a lender and his job is to go out and personally hand a letter to the owners.
He don't know how deep in dodo they are but says the letter is asking for a meeting in person to discuss the delinquencies.
He suggested I work these and deny, even under sever torture that he's in cahoots with this pesky investor asking to buy their homes. He only wants to be paid in Benjamin's after hours in a dark Walmart parking lot.

These foreclosures are a delicate matter, people can be testy angry.
I'm gonna formulate a letter descended from above, offering to save their credit and good name and possibly walk away with some cash,
The investor saves the day.
 I got some new ideas. Sub to's, Lease Options, buy and hold, partnering, even wholesaling them.
I'm gona have some fun with it.

Offline heartlandbuyshouses

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Re: Are There still Foreclosures Out there?
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2019, 03:56:48 am »
Since the housing crisis, foreclosures still haunt homeowners. One of the ways to find foreclosed homes is to search for national lenders who maintain websites of bank-owned properties include Bank of America, Chase, U.S. Bank, and Wells Fargo.
Don Wede
Heartland Funding Inc.
www.heartlandbuyshouses.com

 




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