Hello everyone ,
I wanted to ask what other forms of marketing can I do for motivated seller leads besides bandit signs since I'm new and trying to to do my first deal. I want to start wholesaling to start generating some cash . I would like to use yellow letters as merketing for leads but is there a way to do it on very very little money since I'm just getting started? Thanks everyone
I feel like you're probably going to get a lot of canned responses. A lot saying that you should probably save some money to use to start up, which I agree with. With that being said; here are a couple of the best ways to start up on a shoestring.
First, simply getting out and networking with others in the industry; this will get you acquainted with the big players in your market and you'll get a ton of experience along the way.
Second, for a more direct marketing route, you could try door knocking. I don't think a lot of people will do this because it's difficult, but that's what you have to work with on a budget. Motivated sellers aren't going to come find you, you have to find them.
Hope this helps.
I agree with @Joseph Konrad
Door knocking is great, take some hand written post it notes with you to leave on doors where no one answers. Call on FSBO's and FRBO's on Craigslist. These are all free other than time and gas, and it gives you practice talking with sellers.
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