Housing Market Forcing Divorced Couples to Room Together

As we know divorces have long been a good gold mine for finding good properties.

Now there’s a new twist. Couples who have already gotten the divorce, but because of market conditions, are having to live together in the same house for longer periods.

 

Broken Antique Glass Frame

Here’s another good source for finding don’t wanters. 

 

As we know [tag-self]divorces[/tag-self] have long been a good gold mine for finding good properties.

 

Now there’s a new twist.  Couples who have already gotten the divorce, but because of market conditions, are having to live together in the same [tag-tec]house[/tag-tec] for longer periods.

 

According to the Real Estate Journal.com  [tag-ice]Detroit[/tag-ice] divorcing couples are experiencing this phenomena the most. 

 

Are you thinking what I’m thinking?  Could couples like that be a rabid selling market?

 

Is Detroit the only city where this is a problem/opportunity?

 

Keep watching your local business newspapers.  Get the list of new divorces.  Example: We read The Nashville Record.

 

The savvy [tag-cat]investors[/tag-cat] who really  look around and get a feel for their markets’ needs are the ones who will  get the lion’s share of the goodies.