While a typical buyer may look at five to 10 homes before making an offer, an investor who makes bargain buys usually goes through many more. Most experts agree it takes a lot of determination to get a real "bargain."
There are a number of ways to buy a bargain property:
- Buy a fixer-upper in a transitional neighbourhood, improve it and keep it or resell at a higher price.
- Buy a foreclosure property (after doing your research carefully)
- Buy a house due to be torn down and move it to a new lot
- Buy a leftover house in a new home development
- Buy a house that was originally overpriced & has been substantially reduced
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