Investment Properties - Jackson County, Medford, Ashland, Jacksonville, and Southern Oregon

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Investment Properties - Jackson County, Medford, Ashland, Jacksonville, and Southern Oregon:

Investors Are Moving In! 

Distressed properties are everywhere on the market, and housing affordability has jumped to levels not seen in 20 years.

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) / Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) for the fourth quarter 2010, reveals that 73.9 percent of all new and existing homes sold were affordable to families earning the national median income of $64,400.

How To Find Deals

(Call me for a list of Foreclosures/Bank Owned Properties & Short Sales)  I will send them to you by email and you will be able to view all the details along with pictures of the property.

The Realtor you are working with should be able to show you all of the distressed properties on the market. If you are not working with a Realtor yet, or having problems with your current one you are working with, call me - I would love to help!

Here is a great place to start looking:

1) Foreclosures, or REO's (bank owned)

2) Short Sales

3) Other properties that are discounted like fixers (or fixer-uppers) for example.

 These homes all usually have deeply discounted prices and are great to invest in!

If you have any questions, contact:


Windermere Investors Marketplace


Remember, the first step in buying a home is to get pre-qualified on a home loan. Sellers do not like to deal with buyers who might not qualify. There are plenty of different options out there (even other 100% financing options) so just call:


Loan Officer



Once you are pre-qualified, "Let's go shopping"!

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