So I am sitting at the Pizza Factory with an investor friend and he is explaining to his partner how he bought a house last night...
A guy calls from Australia and he needs to sell his house in Layton, Utah NOW! It's been on the market for months with no nibbles an his family is about to leave for Australia to join home for his new job.
The bottom line: The investor is buying the property for $25,000 more than the owner owes on the property, subject to the underlying mortgages staying in place. Included will be some furniture, appliances and a 50" TV!
The buyer is paying closing costs and the monthly mortgage of $1,250 and it should rent for $1,600 or more!
Good deal, huh?