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April 28, 2006

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John

Many people think of foreclosure investors as being "bottom feeders" or parasites - taking advantage of the misfortunes of others. Others view them as being a necessary evil - or safety net that will help to adjust the market price and stabilize the real estate market. Whatever you think, someone must buy these properties. Just as "vultures" have their place in the natural ecosystem; so too foreclosure investors have a place in bringing some sanity and stability back into a real estate market that had become a feeding frenzy of over extended buyers driving ever higher prices in already over heated markets.
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Richird

It is great job done by HUD (Housing & Urban Development) that is providing homes to the homeless and giving the chance to buy houses at a discount rates.

Henry

It is great to hear that HUD provided interim rental housing to many families in the form of HUD-owned properties. These families will be offered the opportunity to purchase the homes they are currently occupying at a discount of ten percent off the property's fair market value.

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That is so generous of Hud Homes, It's nice to know that there are still many people who can give, even if we're in the middle of financial crisis..

-david

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