The foreclosure market has seen a spike in July 2012 as lenders tackled their backlog of home loan borrowers in default. This has created a new opportunity for real estate brokers and agents, usually earning 2-6% commission to earn an additional 9%+ commission.
How? New programs developed by ‘Meet The Investors’ allow for locators of foreclosure properties to connect with investors. The outcome is a larger commission for locators. Real Estate brokers & agents have an advantage over others as they are exposed to multiple foreclosures ahead of others. By becoming locators with Meet The Investors, brokers can now earn additional commissions without necessarily putting in more work than they already do.
Brokers understand the real estate market, are updated on the information and are already in the business. Meet The Investors is a program offering them a higher pay out. For brokers that are looking to invest into properties as well, joint deals can be made with investors through the programs as well, yielding a split-profit. However, investing is not required.
Meet The Investors, a nationwide program, provides a step-by-step guidance for their members in an easy-to-comprehend manual. This 280-page manual was written and compiled by Meet The Investors’ principals who have over 30 years of experience in foreclosures. All members also receive a free copy of A t o Z of Foreclosures-Real Estate Worth Millions Acquired With $101 authored by the Meet The Investors’ creator, Dr. Harsimran Singh.
For its locators, the program provides access to a software that indicates if the foreclosure deal found is profitable and if so, finds an investor for that property. Meet The Investors has a network of over 11,000 investors that are ready to invest in foreclosed homes, from which the program selects an interested investor.
The declined real estate market is a sorrow for some and a gold mine for others. Brokers that are to take advantage of this opportunity now could see profits of $9,000 for a $100,000 deal and much higher for high priced properties. With the rising amount of foreclosures to be available on the market nationwide, this could mean an additional 6-figure income for brokers.