Buyers | Investors

Investing in real estate, and creating a long-term wealth strategy isn’t done overnight, nor is there a simple formula for success.  These investments can be very profitable, but you need to understand the risks and have the background knowledge in real estate and the numerous conditions that go into making a real estate investment. 

There are reasons you shouldn’t try to do this on your own. Management and evaluation of risk are major parts of any successful real estate investment strategy. Risk occurs in many different ways at every stage of the investment process.   Some common mistakes and risks are: fraudulent sale, adverse possession, environmental contamination, building component/system failure, overpayment at purchase, cash shortfall, economic downturn, tenant destruction of property, underestimation of risk, market decline, fire/flood/personal injury, tax planning, and emotional bidding.  Value Preservation can anticipate and help you avoid these costly mistakes and risks, avoiding financial uncertainty.

At Value Preservation we have a solid, results-driven team of licensed real estate agents and additional professionals that help accredited investors create increased wealth by purchasing foreclosures, short sales, 1031 exchanges and multi-family properties. Our real estate experts have been in the business for fifty plus years, they know the market and the areas of highest return and value. Working with our team can significantly reduce risks of investing on your own.  Our highly skilled team can turn an eyesore property into a profitable investment. 

Areas of expertise include:

  • Foreclosures
  • Real Estate Owned (REO) properties
  • Short Sales
  • HUD Liens
  • IRS Liens
  • Auctions
  • 1031 Exchanges
  • Real Estate Tax Liens
  • HOA Liens
  • Protection from “emotional” bidding 

(Please see our definitions area of the VP website for more information.)

Investing with Value Preservation may perform better than investing in CD’s, fluctuations in the stock market, and can provide more interest than bank accounts*.

If you’re interested, need more info or just have a few questions, please feel free to contact us to the right of the page and we’ll be more than happy to go through an in depth overview of our process.  If you’re interested, search the current listings for foreclosure under the public trustees section of our website. 

*please check with your bank’s current rates