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Real Estate Transactions

As security layers from reputable firms are upgraded with the state of art cybercrime defense mechanisms, hackers are going around and target clienteles and real estate agents by manipulating their real estate transactions. Such crimes have become rampant not only in US but also in the whole world. FBI has recently reported that such crimes have been committed in all the states and in over 131 countries. Luckily, Title services are committed to taking all precautions to safely secure Real Estate Transactions. The company have invested heavily in all third-party transactions and ensures a 100% effective crime liability policy to protect clients from all corners of the States.

Recently, many buyers have fallen victims to wire fraud and only realize what had happened when the real estate agents confirm that no deposits have reflected in their bank account. Hackers have learned to tap into either the buyer or the agent’s emails. After doing so, they monitor the conversation between the buyer and the agent while keenly taking note of the time the deal is to be closed and the amount of money involved. After gathering the necessary facts about the Real Estate Transactions, they send wiring instructions with details that mirror those of the agent to the buyer but with minor but precise details that allow the hacker to get away with the full proceeds from the Real Estate Transactions.

What to know when buying a foreclosed home

For new aspiring homeowners, making that first leap into the real estate market can be a financially challenging one. Finding the perfect home that doesn’t break the budget can often lead potential buyers to feel like their purchasing options are limited.

Recently foreclosed properties have presented themselves as diamonds in the rough for many new home buyers looking for a great deal on their first purchase. With foreclosures on the rise in areas like Texas and Southwest Florida, there are no shortages of options available for those willing to take a chance on a repossessed property.

However, buying a foreclosed home isn’t as cut and dry as many other real estate purchases. There are some important considerations that should be made when closing on a foreclosed home, and knowing what to look for is essential.

Maintenance and Condition of Property

Its a very rare case that foreclosed homes are in perfect move-in-ready conditions. In fact, the opposite is usually true when it comes to the state of most repossessed homes, which tends to be one of the reasons they are priced to sell. Still, many foreclosure purchases can be great investments if the proper due diligence is done ahead of time. A detailed inspection of the home and surrounding property can be a good identifier for its relative condition. Look for signs of DIY renovations, as these are usually riddled with permit issues that need to be addressed and can prove costly. A contractor can also help you assess the integrity of the home in areas not overly visible. This will help to understand the amount of work and costs required to get the property up to code.