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March 29th, 2012
Botan-dori shopping street, Higashimatsuyama-shi, Saitama, Japan
Edward Perkich, President and CEO of Sleep Well Homes, previously gave us an Overview of Tokyo Foreclosure Properties and talked about Who Can Bid on Foreclosures. Last week, he focused on due diligence as the secret to finding a foreclosure bargain.
In this week’s audio clip, Edward gives us a detailed checklist of the things you should look for when you visit the actual site of a potential acquisition. Is it ok to make yourself obvious by taking photos of the building and neighborhood? Is it a good idea to talk to the neighbors and even the building manager? Why should you make a note of the name on the mailbox of the apartment you are thinking of bidding on? Listen below and find out!
Edward was also the speaker for our July 2011 webinar on How to Invest in Tokyo Foreclosure Properties. For an in-depth discussion of investing in foreclosures, watch the webinar here.
Photo credit: JunK via Wikimedia Commons
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