February Review: Over $23 Million in Real Estate Cash Purchases Nationwide

February Review: Over $23 Million in Real Estate Cash Purchases Nationwide

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According to a recent report by Real Estate World Wide’s proprietary system Find Cash Buyers Now, cash real estate purchases made up a huge percentage of real estate deals in the month of February.

San Diego, CA – April 2, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Real Estate World Wide (REWW), top subsidiary Find Cash Buyers Now has released its latest report on the Top 100 Counties for real estate cash buyers, and real estate investors everywhere are eager to get a copy. Kent Clothier, President and CEO of REWW, has made that possible by releasing the report on his blog at Kentclothier.com.

Real Estate World Wide is a real estate education company with headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona; San Diego, California; and Boca Raton, Florida. Widely known as a cutting edge real estate educator for both new, and established, real estate investors, REWW also began developing, and distributing, real estate database systems for investors as a way to help them overcome the crushing difficulties that were obliterating their investment businesses during the housing crises.

Find Cash Buyers Now (FCBN) is just one of those systems.

Successful investors know that cash buyers are the only way to go when building a buyers list and, fortunately for today’s real estate investor, cash buyers continue to represent a huge portion of the real estate market; in fact, depending on your data source, percentages run from 35 to 42%

Find Cash Buyers Now, developed in 2010, is a proprietary system that enables investors to access a database of cash buyer investors by county. The system reveals the names and contact information of those valuable cash buyers, where they purchased property with cash, when they made the purchase, and for how much.

“The huge advantage of this system,” said Clothier, “is that it helps real estate investors build a buyers list of investors who pay cash so that they can have a list of buyers in place when they come across great deals.” Clothier then went on to say, “Used in conjunction with other cutting edge real estate database systems such as Find Motivated Sellers Now, this system can take an investors business to a whole new level. “

Find Cash Buyers Now has generously released some of its findings in a report revealing the top 100 counties for cash buyers for the month of February. Those who wish to access the report can easily do so by visiting this post on Clothiers Blog.

About Kent Clothier and Real Estate World Wide

Kent Clothier is President and CEO of Real Estate World Wide (REWW), a multi-faceted real estate education company with headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona; San Diego, California, and Boca Raton, Florida.

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