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WC Equity Group is a full service real estate investment firm that specializes in the acquisition and sale, management, and financing of foreclosed, distressed, renovated, and bank owned properties in highly researched Florida markets.
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  • Financing, Management, Investing: A Full Service Approach

    New investment options seem to pop-up everyday as our economic position continues to strengthen. What we do not tend to see occurring as often is the relevance in dynamic marketing or proper client introduction for these services. If everyone claims they are providing a top-tier opportunity or service, how do you vet out those that don't make the cut?

    The answer is simple: Service.

    "Of course, using a product's best attributes within marketing campaigns is still relevant today, but service is rapidly overtaking product offerings as the primary criterion customers look for when choosing where to do business."

    Our mission remains, to not be adequate in every facet of the business, but to be the best in one.

    "This trend has naturally led financial service providers to offer comprehensive product and service offerings under one umbrella. There can be several advantages for both the provider and the customer in this type of arrangement."

    Now, clients seeking financing, management options, and (or solely) acquisition and purchase opportunities can discuss the entire umbrella with Kurt Westfield, CEO and Co-Founder of WC Equity Group.

    My approach is to locate assets that showcase exciting opportunities for investors and then provide a serviceable platform for every range required to be successful, notes Westfield.

    "A higher level of service will result in a correspondingly higher level of client trust."

    Source (2012)

    Tags: Real Estate
    Jul 18 2:15 PM | Link | Comment!
  • Real Estate Outlook

    The real estate market is booming with, both, frothing new investors looking to "cash-in" on the next big trend, and long-time profiteers who have already impregnated their bank accounts before 2007 reset the game. Similar to vices of the past, real estate guru's, entrepreneurs, newbie's, and veterans have all become addicted to the marketing, buying, advising, and selling of distressed property in this lush capital-rich market -- ironic, given the financial decline that all markets have sustained over the past 36 months. Knowing how, and from whom, to buy; where to sell; and, when to bend reality has savvy investors all over the country preparing for an early retirement.

    With a continued market trend showcasing multiple levels of default inventory yet to "hit the graphs," buyers are looking for property and expecting the bare minimum. RealtyTrac statistics indicate a continuing trend of property availability. "The company's data shows that foreclosure filings - including default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions - were issued on 333,837 properties in April. While still elevated, that figure represents a 9 percent drop from the previous month and a 2 percent decline compared to April 2009."

    Stay tuned for additional updates and trends. For instant insight, feel free to contact the author personally on his mobile at (813) 404-6916 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (813) 404-6916 end_of_the_skype_highligh or via e-mail at

    Inventory can be purchased at today -- prices are negotiable.

    Disclosure: no positions

    Apr 24 1:31 PM | Link | Comment!
  • Real Estate Market Outlook: Summer 2011
    Real Estate Market Outlook: Summer 2011

    The National Association of Realtor's released the residential, industrial, and multifamily market outlook review(s) this month -- and it looks good. Primarily due to the rising rental demand and downward-trending vacancy rates, the Tampa metro market will continue to remain a hotbed for investor purchases (currently making up just under half of all home purchases into the 2nd Quarter). With rising apartment rental rates, single family rentals should see increased demand; in addition, families looking to purchase a home should see an upswing, which should stabilize some of the inventory and assist with our absorption rate.

    With regards to our commercial outlook, demand for space is improving. As the recession crippled many small businesses, space became wide open and available; now that the economy is attempting to find stability, those businesses that remained profitable are now expanding and those that are now responding are beginning to search for space to open their doors once more.

    We look forward to continually providing you insight and vision relating to our local market. Reach out to anyone at our firm should you need anything -- from property management to investment knowledge. Visit us at for details and contact information.

    Enjoy your weekend!

    Jun 03 10:20 AM | Link | Comment!
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