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    How Do You Get A Killer Deal On A Property? – Fridays with Fred

    How Do We Get A Killer Deal on A Property?

    Are you interested in getting a “killer” deal on a home in Southern California?

    Is that even possible in today’s Real Estate market?

    The answer to this question is yes!

    As licensed Real Estate agents we use the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), and a variety of other resources, that enable us to look for real estate deals anywhere in the nation.

    For the purpose of finding a home in SoCal that you can buy for 10%-30% off market value price, we suggest that you consider looking at not habitable properties.

    What Are Not Habitable Properties?

    A non-habitable property is a home that has no flooring, no appliances, or possibly holes in the drywall that may have earned the property a “not habitable” classification.

    Non-habitable properties also mean that lenders will not finance these homes so if you planned on paying cash for a property anyway it’s very possible that you can buy a home in Southern California for up to 30% off market value.

    Let Us Help You Find Not Habitable Properties

    Yes, it’s true that killer Real Estate deals are still alive and well in Southern California in spite of the huge demand for homes here.

    People who specialize in fixing and flipping homes in SoCal specifically look for these properties because they know that they can buy them for deep discounts then fix and flip those homes for profit.

    Searching for these properties takes time; let us help save you the time and effort of searching for non-habitable properties yourself by working with the Fred Sed Group.

    We know Southern California Real Estate and will help find killer Real Estate deals for you while everyone else is paying market value or above market value.

    Learn more by contacting us at (800) 921-9231 or connect with us through our website.

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