Posts Tagged ‘property investment’

Investment Property- New Foreclosure Regulations New Regulations Make It Easier for Investors to Buy Foreclosed Property

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

As of February 1, 2010, HUD is waiving its 90-day anti-flipping rule for FHA financing. In today’s market, FHA research finds that acquiring, rehabilitating, and reselling these properties to prospective homeowners or investors often takes less than 90 days. This should encourage investors to buy foreclosed properties.

The policy change will permit buyers to use FHA-insured financing to purchase HUD-owned properties, bank-owned properties, or properties resold through private sales. This will allow homes to resell as quickly as possible, helping to stabilize real estate prices and to revitalize neighborhoods and communities.

This is good news for property investors. Investment property that has been bought by a wholesaler and rehabbed is a great investment. For most investment property owners, it makes sense to buy already rehabbed houses that provide immediate cash flow and equity. The key is to buy houses below market price in order to ensure positive cash flow. Rehabbing a distressed property is best left up to the experts who have the experience.

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Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Investment Property Beats Stocks

Income Producing Investment Property Builds Wealth and Creates Cash Flow

If you own property that produces rental income you are guaranteed a return on your money. Property investment is easy for the average investor to understand, unlike the stock market, which is complex and unpredictable. Wall Street does not care about us, the small investor. The stockbrokers make their money from large investors, those with millions to invest. Wall Street and brokerage firms ignore small investors. Professional stock advisors make their money from charging you commissions. You are paying them even if you lose money!!

I like to own single-family investment properties. I buy property that pays me!  There are property wholesalers who buy foreclosed houses and renovate them. Property wholesalers make their money on volume and repeat business. Residential property investment is easy for the average investor to understand. You buy a single-family house below market price, you rent it and collect the cash flow every month.  Your return on investment should be 10% -15%.  Eventually, you can sell it for a profit.

Of course, being a landlord is not for everyone, but a good management company can make your investment property a hassle-free experience.  They screen tenants and handle maintaince. You get the dividends every month, tax breaks, capital, and appreciation.

I invest in cities like Indianapolis, Indiana. Indianapolis is a large metropolis with a solid economic base. It is the 12th largest city in the United States. An important reason that I invest in properties in Indianapolis is that it has one of the strongest rental markets in the country. Indianapolis has an many houses for sale that meet the criteria for a good investment. I do not have to worry if half way around the world there is a crisis that will affect my investment like stock investors do.

Investing in real estate is for everyone.  I like that I have control over my properties. I do not have to worry about “creative financing”, “speculation and brokers, and bad advice. People, who can’t afford a down payment, are going to need a home to rent especially in bad times.

Check out Indianapolis investment properties This property wholesaler has quality, renovated investment properties at below market prices.


Friday, August 28th, 2009

Now is the best time to be looking for investment properties. Single-family rental homes are a great property investment. These investment properties provide cash flow, tax benefits and equity. Residential rental properties have shown an average return of 10-15% annually, which is equal to the historic return on stocks. Investing in property is a way to secure your future from the roller coaster rides of the stock markets. Buying rental properties remains one of the best ways for middle-income families to build wealth. Housing prices are low, interest rates remain at record lows, and demand for rental homes is increasing. Arthur C. Nelson, director of the University of Utah’s Metropolitan Research Center predicts that there will be far more renters in the future. This will lead to a greater demand for quality rental properties in many areas. This great demand for rental houses will assure that rents continue to rise.


The City of Indianapolis is the perfect place to invest in rental property.  Indianapolis already has a large demand for single-family rentals, which will only continue to increase in the future. As rates rise and fears of inflation and strict mortgage regulation increase, homeownership will be more difficult.  This is why demand for rental homes will increase and rental income will continue to rise.  Invest your money wisely in an investment that will not crash when Wall Street gets greedy again.  Put your money into one of the few investments that gets even better when times get tough – - residential investment property.  Bottom line: everyone needs a place to live.

For more information contact:                

William C. Wright

Executive Vice President

American Property Investments, Inc.

9801 Fall Creek Rd. #122

Indianapolis,IN. 46256



“Indy’s Largest and #1 Wholesaler of Investment Properties”