Hi! So I've made the decision to start bird-dogging to get my feet wet. This will be good because the risk is practically 0, I'll be making more than with my job, I'll be able to start putting away money for down payments on rental properties, and I'll be able to work with the investors that I bird dog for to start learning about the stuff I really wanna do. My job is door to door, which is good because I walk by and write down the names of vacant properties all the time, but I was wondering if there was a more efficient way of finding good properties to bird-dog? The specifications that I have for what areas to look at are blue collar neighborhoods with homes under $250,000. Any help would be much appreciated!
@Collin Winchester Sounds like you're planning on driving for dollars. Other than that, there's direct marketing of all forms, craigslist, bandit signs, etc. If you can find anything in the Denver market right now at all below market you'll have buyers beating a path to your door...myself included. Good luck!
Sounds like a great plan to me.
I do the same thing in San Diego. Please keep us in the loop.
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