Knowledge about your Industry and Business Type
A property went back to the bank, can I contact the bank directly to purchase the property?
Trustee has not returned my overbid (that I need), what is my recourse?
I haven't received the Trustees Deed, can I speed things up?
What are my rights as an auction winner, if the former owner is filing a lawsuit against the lender for illegal foreclosure?
Do I have to refund a tenant's security deposit?
I won a property at auction, what are my legal obligations for rental/leasing tenants?
I won a property at auction, can I give the occupants a 3-day notice right away?
I won a property at auction, how soon can I change the locks if the property is vacant?
Why would lenders post an opening bid substantially higher than the property value?
How can I get opening bids even faster?
What are the holidays observed for auction sales?
What is the difference between an opening bid and the published bid?
What do I take with me to bid at a trustee sale auction?
Foreclosure 101 Guide Table of Contents
Why Foreclosure Happens
Types of Foreclosure
Non-Judicial Foreclosure Process
Arizona Foreclosure Process & Laws
California Foreclosure Process & Laws
Nevada Foreclosure Process & Laws
Oregon Foreclosure Process & Laws
Washington Foreclosure Process & Laws
Opportunities for Realtors
Effects of Foreclosure on Homeowners and Renters
Position Yourself as a Foreclosure Expert
Track Foreclosure Status
Understand Foreclosure Comps
Use Foreclosure Comps
List and Close Short Sales
Identify Distressed Sellers
List Distressed Properties
Negotiate Short Sales
Listing and Selling REO Properties
REOs - Not Your Ordinary Listing
Anticipate Future REO Listings
REO Information Resources
Partner with Auction Investors