How to Make Money at Foreclosure Auction!Posted on March 6, 2011 by
These days, with so many BIG-PROFIT deals popping up at each month’s foreclosure auction, lots of real estate investors – both new and experienced alike – are asking how to successfully buy at the foreclosure auction.
Here are the main topics Bill and Kim Cook will cover at March’s Atlanta REIA West Meeting on Monday, March 28, 2011, from 6:30 to 9 PM at the Cherokee Cattle Company at 2710 Canton Road, Marietta, GA (map).
If you want answers to your questions like:
- How does the foreclosure process work in Georgia?
- How do you make sense out of the foreclosure ads in the legal section of the newspaper?
- What do you do when you’re out looking at foreclosure property? What do you say to a homeowner?
- How do you prepare for the monthly foreclosure auction?
- How do you finance your foreclosure deals?
- What are the biggest mistakes made – by both new and experienced investors – at the foreclosure auction?
- If you are the high bidder, what do you do next?
Bill and Kim will show you some of their foreclosure deals that went right AND went wrong! We’re talkin’ pictures, documents and numbers…you know, real-world stuff!
Bill and Kim Cook have been working foreclosures since 1995. They began at the Cherokee County foreclosure auction. After moving to Adairsville, Georgia, they’ve been working the Bartow County auction since 2001.
While the foreclosure auctions in Fulton, DeKalb, Cherokee and Cobb are a madhouse of crazy people running around like chickens with their heads cut off, on the steps in peaceful Bartow County, because Kim always brings her fresh, hot, homemade brownies for all to share, it’s known as “Brownie Day” by one and all!
We look forward to seeing your smiling face….and remember, we love your questions!