very interesting article in NYT today about honeybees moving into many foreclosed and abandoned homes in the south.
can you post a link?
(select the nytimes article)
I'm lazy. I've never bothered to learn to post links. Thank you. Did you read the article? What did you think?
This happens allot, bees also like to seek out farm buildings, especially abandoned ones.
In Florida I would think also more homes for Africanized Killerbees.
Here is a link that might be useful: New Homes
Ida, To post a link, just highlight the address at the top of the screen, copy it, and paste below where the boxes are for optional link url and name of link
The easy way: go to stop foreclosure : http://www.tostopforeclosure.com
Those are REOs.
For pre-foreclosure, there are several ways. They include, note buying, short sales, and providing services to those at risks of foreclosure. As to how to do each, that's a bigger lesson than I can post here. You are better off learning which ever method you wish to work with.
I run a real estate seminar list. You might find one that suits you.
Also, be aware that foreclosure investing is also rehab investing. You will rarely find a foreclosure that doesn't need, at least minor rehab. Especially in today's market when buyers are looking for upgrades.
Here is a link that might be useful: Stop Foreclosure