So I've been trying to come up with a few strategies to scale my real estate wholesaling business with little time, and was wondering if anyone could chime in to my situation.
Last year was my first year full time wholesaling and did relatively well... Some unforseen expenses came up and forced me back into a full time job this year and I've found that I have very little time to work on my business working a w2 job 10-11 hours a day. I have many leads that need followed up with that haven't been touched because of lack of time, and I'm doing minimal marketing as of now because the few leads a week that come in, I have trouble getting to them as well.
My business is in a stand-still and essentially losing money because I know I've missed out on deals because of either lack of follow up or not calling back new leads right away.
I plan on hopefully being able to go part time in the next few months, but in the meantime, how should I handle this? Is outsourcing at this point my next step?
Maybe you can sell your leads until you have time to deal with them? Are there affiliate programs for wholesalers?
@Nick Britton how would you structure pay? And social media as for marketing or finding the people?
@Rivy S. And Rivy, theres not really anyone near me that does that, and even I'd think that's a waste of marketing dollars spent. Of course some money is better then none, but I'm looking for a way to not lose deals, rather then give them away.
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