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Is Xome Legit?

Is Xome a Real Company? The first thing real estate investors ask when they hear about Xome is whether it is a legitimate company or a scam. Xome is the online real estate platform and auction site that is a subsidiary of the mortgage company and servicer Mr. Cooper, formerly Nationstar Mortgage. This is a legitimate online real estate marketplace. However, there are some things …

A Guide to The California Residential Purchase Agreement

How To Fill Out The Residential Purchase Agreement This is a guide to complete OpenHomeSale California real estate purchase agreement. You can obtain a free copy by CLICKING HERE. We offer the form in a downloadable PDF format. Our purchase contract is nine pages long and is professional quality and can easily subsitutue a CAR form RPA. However, you don’t have to be a …

Is Hubzu Legit?

Is Hubzu a Real Company? The first thing real estate investors ask when they hear about Hubzu is whether it is a legitimate company or a scam. Hubzu is the online real estate platform and auction site that is affiliated with Altisource Portfolio Solutions and Ocwen Financial the mortgage servicer. Hubzu is a legitimate online real estate marketplace. However, there are some things to …

How To Bid On Bank-Owned REO Properties – Tutorial

 How to Find and Bid On Bank-Owned REO Properties In the video above, you will see how you can search for bank-owned properties and bid on them. Below, shows where to access bank-owned property listings on our homepage, openhomesale.com.  Click the “properties” tab and follow the dropdown menu to bank-owned properties.                         …

How To Wholesale Real Estate

What is Wholesaling Real Estate Before I explain how to wholesale real estate, I should start by defining what it is. Wholesaling real estate can simply be defined as securing real estate for a price below market value and then “selling” the real estate to an investor or buyer at a wholesale price. The word wholesale implies that you are offering the real estate at …

How To Buy a Bank-Owned REO Properties

What is the Difference between Bank-Owned Properties, Real Estate Owned, and REO? Bank-owned properties, are the same as “real estate owned.” Real Estate Owned is what lenders refer to the real estate assets that they have acquired through foreclosure. These properties are more commonly known by their acronym “REO.” REOs can offer a great deal to both investors and normal homebuyers. We’ll explain the …

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