Comprehensive data systems aid real estate investors to find cash buyers, private lenders, and motivated sellers, thus helping them to alleviate the challenges presented in any given market.
San Diego, CA – April 15, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —
The Case-Shiller Housing Index lost 33 percent from its peak in 2006 to its bottom in 2012. With the erratic rise and fall of home values over the last decade, real estate investors have had to work hard to find a competitive advantage at every turn, and many simply gave up and walked away.
Despite the fluctuating market, many other investors stayed in the game, understanding that getting in at the bottom could be a terrific profit source. It does appear as though supply and demand are finally coming to a middle ground, thus stabilizing the market, after nearly a decade of abnormal dynamics governing real estate, and that makes getting in at “the bottom” not such an easy feat.
New data shows that the rapidly rising home prices seen in 2013 are expected to slow considerably during 2014, becoming more stable than they have in years. As the real estate season starts gearing up, there may be fewer headaches associated with the market than there have been in some time.
That’s good news and bad news for investors. The good news is that it may be easier to navigate the market with steady smooth sailing on the horizon. The bad news is that acquisition may be a bit more of a challenge. In fact, most aspects of real estate investment may be more difficult, with each niche presenting its own unique set of obstacles.
In reality, it is a scene not much different than investing has been in the last decade; still, now more than ever, investors need a competitive edge to stay ahead in the game. Comprehensive data systems that help real estate investors find cash buyers, private lenders, and motivated sellers can go a very long way toward alleviating those challenges.
Real Estate World Wide (REWW), widely known as the leading real estate education company in the nation, began development and distribution of state of the art real estate database systems during the downturn, in order to address the various challenges that real estate investors face in any given market.
Kent Clothier, President and CEO of REWW said, “With systems like these in place, along with dedication and hard work, any investor can succeed, and build wealth, in any market, no matter what the circumstances are. I know because I’ve done it and I’ve watched countless others do it.”
Among those systems are Find Private Lenders Now™ (FPLN), Find Cash Buyers Now (FCBN), and Find Motivated Sellers Now (FMSN).
Find Private Lenders Now™ is a cutting edge system that has given real estate investors access to active private lenders, right in their own area. An online, nationwide database of private moneylenders that comes with integrated marketing tools, and a direct mail system, Find Private Lenders Now is the cutting edge technology that savvy investors have been using to get ahead.
Find Cash Buyers Now (FCBN) is a system that enables investors to access a database of cash buyer investors by county. The system reveals the names and contact information of those valuable cash buyers, where they purchased property with cash, when they made the purchase, and for how much.
Find Motivated Sellers Now (FMSN), developed in 2012, is a proprietary system that enables investors to access a database of high equity, or free and clear, vacant properties by county. In addition to listing the address of the vacant property, the system also reveals the owner’s name and contact information.
All there of these cutting edge systems issue a monthly report of the top 100 counties for real estate deals in their segment. Last months reports revealed that there were over $800 Million in Private Lender deals; Cash Buyers accounted for over $23 Billion in real estate cash purchase nationwide, and Find Motivated Sellers Now listed over 2.3 million vacant properties across the country.
To view, and download, the reports for February, visit Clothier’s Blog
About Kent Clothier and REWW
Kent Clothier is President and CEO of Real Estate World Wide (REWW), a multi-faceted real estate education company with headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona; San Diego, California, and Boca Raton, Florida. REWW has become widely known in recent years for its advanced real estate database software systems.
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