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What you should know about Short Sale and Foreclosures
New arrivals. Cory Boatright February 1, Allow me to share my story with you. My name is Cory Boatright. I am 35 years old and since my early twenties I have started, run, or been directly involved with almost 40 different companies. Out of the forty-something companies only TWO of them ever proved to be worthwhile endeavors.
The other thirty-eight I decided to call "business therapy. After bringing in almost 4 million dollars in sales from my first start-up. I sold it and directed my passion to the world of real estate investing. Why real estate? Well, most of my affluent customers in my first business owned real estate so I knew there was something to be learned in that industry. I was a complete novice to it And Apparently my drive to succeed coupled with my persistence to not fail clouded my judgment of the value of a formal education.
So instead, I settled for a G. I'm not looking for any pity-party.
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I just mentioned this to demonstrate that if a highschool dropout can make it, the doors are open for just about anyone else to do it too. Now fast forward a bit into my real estate experiences. I started out being a "bird dog" which means I was out finding good deals on properties and getting paid a finders fee for it.
After I learned how much money the investor was making selling the houses I was bringing him, I quickly learned how to assign, wholesale and flip distressed properties. Not bad, but I had a hunch those properties were worth a lot more after they were fixed up.
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My rehab attempts ended up being more of a mirage instead of a real profit center. Needless to say I had more fun assigning contracts. That was the most money that I had ever made on one single real estate transaction. I couldn't believe the lender would accept less than what was owed for a payoff.
I was immediately hooked and quickly learned everything possible about the short sale process.
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The more I learned about Short Sales, the more I was asked by other investors to partner on deals. I quickly became known as the local "go-to" guy for doing short sales. Other investors continually asked me how they too could learn to do what I was doing. What I discovered in real estate investing was something I never expected.
Not only was the short sale niche secretive, but the entire industry. And the "real truth" was shared only amongst a small, tight knit group of investors, but not anymore. Power line easements, on the other hand, are ones that I would definitely stay away from. Another easement that should be a no-go zone is where a property is subject to future road widening, where a significant portion of the land is impacted. Now, that may not happen for decades, or at all, but it will always pull down the sale price, plus the development potential will always be limited.
Easements that run diagonally across a property are clearly ones to give a very wide berth as well unless you can find a way around it. Right of the carriageway is another easement that I would stay away from, because it guarantees access to your land via a defined carriageway, probably for your neighbour.
Building envelope easements can also be a concern.
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While these are more common in acreage and rural areas, these easements mean you may only be allowed to build on a tiny percentage of the land as that is the only part that has been deemed residential. Some new subdivisions also have wildlife easements, such as for koalas, which means you will likely have development restrictions on your parcel of land. That is, it is usually your solicitor who completes the relevant council searches on a property — after the contract is unconditional.
In Australia, it is buyer beware — notwithstanding serious issues that should be disclosed as material facts by the selling agent during the campaign… as long as the vendor has told them about them, of course. Easements are not serious issues on the whole. However, they can make a big difference to the potential profitability of a property because of the various building limitations often associated with them.