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bees benefitting from foreclosures

Posted by idabean (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 20, 08 at 20:59

very interesting article in NYT today about honeybees moving into many foreclosed and abandoned homes in the south.


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RE: bees benefitting from foreclosures

can you post a link?


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RE: bees benefitting from foreclosures

Google this:

florida+orthodox+bee

(select the nytimes article)


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txbeeguy,
I'm lazy. I've never bothered to learn to post links. Thank you. Did you read the article? What did you think?
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RE: bees benefitting from foreclosures

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.

Konrad

Here is a link that might be useful: New Homes


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RE: bees benefitting from foreclosures

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


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RE: bees benefitting from foreclosures

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


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