Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Real Estate Video Series

Real Estate can be pretty boring and hard to follow, so we decided to make instructional videos online, available for free to view on youtube.

Check out this amazing video intro done for us by

So tell us your thoughts about the video!

Friday, May 27, 2011

How to be your own Real Estate Agent

Real Estate Agents benefit more off of you than you off of them. Today, a real estate agent makes around a 6% commission, so selling a house for a few thousand dollars might not be worth the trouble for them, but of course you want as much money as you can get for your property. Open houses have been proven to be just a way for real estate agents to build more client relationships.

Over 50% of house hunters look on the Web, according to the National Association of Realtors, so its only obvious to go after this market.’s fees start at $89 per month for a listing on its own Web site with additional fees for third party listings. listings cost $899., meanwhile, charges an average $399 for its listing service.

Be sure to check out what else comes with the listings. Some web listing will provide you with yard signs, printable flyers and instructional material to help you prepare, price and negotiate the sale of your home.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Free Foreclosure List


1) Fannie Mae Foreclosures - AKA
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2) HUD Homes / HUD Foreclosures
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3) HomeSteps - AKA Freddie Mac Homes
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4) Bank of America Foreclosure Listings
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5) Wells Fargo Bank Owned Homes
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6) Chase Residential Foreclosures
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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Hello and welcome to my blog!
My name is Max, and last year I moved into a foreclosed house with 4 other roommates.
The mortgage is less expansive than if we had rented an apartment.
I've noticed that some of my high school friends are still having trouble moving out, so I made this blog for people like them. Me and 4 other people are able to pay for a house while attending college, so anyone should be able to find cheap homes.

More blogs to come, be sure to follow!
Thanks -Max