This morning I was reading about how many foreclosures were pending at the end of March and thought to myself:
“that is a lot of families who are in transition“
When I was reading the article about one of the possible problems that the foreclosure explosion has created, I thought to myself:
“I wonder how many other types of problems this foreclosure explosion has created”
Then I happened to see Candace’s post about the various types of foreclosure scams and how to avoid them – and I immediately thought to myself:
“Ok, I need to quit thinking about this. It is too complicated for a simple brain like mine.”
But – I will say this:
If you are in the process of buying foreclosures, going through a foreclosure or renting a place that is going through a foreclosure – make sure you check, double check and triple check each and every thing that you do to be sure that you are making the best decision possible.
A foreclosure is a bad enough thing to go through, you don’t want to make it worse by not doing your homework and doing something that dumb and falling victim to a scam of some type in the process.
And Candace has done a nice job of outlining just a few of the possible ways that you can fall victim to a scam.