In the Cleveland area is a new trend in real estate marketing, Cleveland foreclosure bus tour. A real estate
agent books a tour bus and charges $15 per person for home buyers to go to three different suburbs with homes that have been foreclosed.
In Phoenix, AZ, which has been hit hard by the mortgage crisis, has Phoenix foreclosure Bus Tours that brought together real estate agents, mortgage brokers, and rehab specialists with potential home buyers and investors to try to get the foreclosed homes purchased.
Are these bus tours a good idea? In some ways, the tours can be a good idea since it may help move foreclosed homes off of the market faster. The real question is, are these tours taking potential buyers
away from the rest of the inventory in the city? In relatively price-stable Cincinnati there are areas with more foreclosures, and the regularly listed inventory in those areas may be suffering more.
At The Alison Moss Group, Cincinnati is more than a city to us–it’s our hometown. Since launching in 2008, our clients have depended upon us to lead them through the home buying and selling journey. We are the go-to resource for all of your needs before, during and after the sale of your home.