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Foreclosures SUCK - It's the End of the MLS

Foreclosures SUCK - It's the End of the MLS

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97% of Investors are buying the wrong deals! Read more to find out the 1 and ONLY solution
97% of Investors are buying the wrong deals! Read more to find out the 1 and ONLY solution

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Published by: innovateurs on Apr 16, 2014
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Lying Realtors, Greedy Sellers and Lender Cavity Checks…
The End of the MLS
Q2 2014 U.S. Real Estate Market Report
Insider Report Reveals:
Key 2014 Investor Trends
Battle-Tested Strategy Analysis
NEW 2014 Innovative Acquisition System
** DISCLAIMER: In this report, I will reveal my innovative new 2014 investment system I have used to cash in on 6 figures of profits in just 60 days. I am happy to show you what's working for me, and I certainly hope you use it and it works for you, but the only person who can get you any type of result is ...
. It's pretty safe to say the average person who attends (or buys) ANY investment trainings rarely makes any money. Kind of like the way most people who buy home gyms don't get ripped (Ahem). With that in mind, understand my results aren't even remotely typical, and that I am in NO WAY implying ANY type of result for  ANYONE who uses my methods. This report can literally be a million dollar experience for you so long as you are truly serous about making money in U.S. real estate. 
Everything you need to know about investing in 2 14…
Back in 2008, U.S. real estate was a money-spinner with
four  million home for sale and prices declined by over 20%
, bringing US housing prices lower than prices during the Great Depression (for those of you who may not know, the Great Depression gave rise to more millionaires than ever before).
 And so began the greatest investment opportunity of our lifetime…
it was literally a free for all with clearance assets overflowing on U.S. markets across the country. But today,
97% of Investors are buying the  WRONG DEALS
Long gone are the days with banks begging you to buy the flooded foreclosure market.
If you are still looking for foreclosures on the MLS, you’ll NEVER become the
Next Investor Millionaire
Don’t get me wrong, the foreclosure approach worked wonders even last year, but the market has shifted. I won't try to change a winner, believe me. Only if it doesn't work will I try something else. 
The truth is:
 Real estate investors are driving the U.S. housing market rebound. Even if you do manage to find a deal, you’ll have to stand apart from at least
6 other investors with competing offers
. And God help you if you need to get financing because the red tape is a nightmare! Lenders are putting investors through cavity search background checks that will usually cost you the deal before you are even halfway through an approval process. And if you think you can outsmart nit-picking lenders with hard moneylenders, it’s more than likely you’ll end up overleveraged.
 So is the opportunity even still worthwhile in U.S. real estate?
If You’re Stuck in Your “Old School” Ways, You Will Drown!
If you want to put your hands on the hot deals in the U.S. market today, you need to craft a timely market approach. No one wants to bother with the rigged digitalized stock market these days and U.S. real estate is still at historically low prices.
U.S. real estate is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity… the problem is:
everybody knows it.
There are
4 key factors
 that should inform your 2014 acquisitions strategy right now.
Shrinking Foreclosure Inventory
According to CoreLogic’s most recent report,
foreclosures in the U.S. are decreasing year-over year by
There are way too many independent investors, foreign investors, wholesalers and major investment groups in the U.S. market cashing in big-time on foreclosures leaving little to no foreclosure inventory.
There are wholesalers cropping up in certain markets with “foreclosure deals” but in reality
 most wholesalers are crap! I’ll show you how to get first dibs on all properties without a middleman skimming  your profits.
 Aggressive Competition
The Wall Street Journal reported that
foreign investment in the U.S. hit a record high in the final quarter of 2013 with a value of foreign investment in the U.S. at $26.54 trillion.
 According to the National Association of Realtors, international buyers purchased more than
$68.2 million
 in U.S. residential real estate from March 2012 to March 2013, across all 50 states. Not to mention, all the U.S.-based investors and investment groups gaining traction in the U.S. market with deep pockets. Those hedge funds are clever. First they dreamed up a secondary market that would buy up bundles of the single-family rentals they were busy buying up. Now they have another way to cash in big time on the REO-to-Rental business with massive REIT groups.

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