Good Day to all and willfully, everyone had a Peaceful and Productive weekend! My question and somewhat concern is how can one compete in a saturated marketplace. I am still relatively new to the wholesaling business, putting out signs, mailing letters, attending meetings, etc. But analyzing the competition/investors, who may be more financially stable, or more reputable, they are able to market and gain more exposure which can lead to more deals! How does one fit into an arena with that type caliber or resources? Any suggestions and advice please, thank you!
I think you may be able to piggyback off other wholesalers' marketing. The seller may be mulling over the idea to call a number off one of these mailers or signs and sees your number at just the right time.
OK, so essentially stick with what I have been doing and eventually something will come through?
I have this same question, I am in South Florida and it seems like there are quite a few experienced investors who have a lot more money to put into marketing than I do. I have been trying to brainstorm and jot down ideas that I think will help me stand out. I am sorry I can't offer advise but if I have an ah-ha moment I will share and hopefully you can apply it in your market.
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