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If you followed an agents' advice on selling your current home, are you sure you feel comfortable buying foreclosures and trying to make a profit? You need to be very careful and know exactly what you are getting into. Before you spend one minute even looking at foreclosures, find someone who knows about buying investment property and learn everything you can. There are different rules for investors than there are for owner occupants.
You just answered your own question...given time and a learning experience. You know, the real estate (and stock) market NEVER sleeps and it is a painfully objective machine. It has its features, benefits, downsides and absolutes -- ie; the market doesn't care about you, me or the next guy's prevailing circumstances and ultimate decisions.STOP beating yourself up and move forward. Make the BEST investment decisions you can with the information you have and KNOW that the MARKET DOESN'T CARE WHAT YOU DECIDE TO DO OR NOT TO DO. It never has and it never will! Rest easy, your family knows you and loves you anyway -- they also know you have THEIR BEST INTEREST AT HEART! Move forward with certainty in your decision --whatever it may be. Blessings and abundance...Lyn.
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