What's my next step?

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OK, so i'm desperately trying to get the game down, and i'm greener than Crayolas definition of green!

Today I started the "Hunt" for something I could possibly flip/wholesale. I came across 2 properties with posts about "this property was found to be vacant" papers on the doors. Are these viable candidates? I know it depends a lot on which stage they are in as far as foreclosure goes, but even so...should i pursue these property owners? Or should I stick to fsbo's instead?

Thank you in advance for your feedback.

Originally posted by @Moses Salazar :

OK, so i'm desperately trying to get the game down, and i'm greener than Crayolas definition of green!

Today I started the "Hunt" for something I could possibly flip/wholesale. I came across 2 properties with posts about "this property was found to be vacant" papers on the doors. Are these viable candidates? I know it depends a lot on which stage they are in as far as foreclosure goes, but even so...should i pursue these property owners? Or should I stick to fsbo's instead?

Thank you in advance for your feedback.

 Any vacant property is worth looking into. FSBOs are good too. I'd continue on looking into both.

Absolutely, don't stop there. Tell your neighbors of your new zeal for real estate and how you can help anyone they know with a property they need to sell quickly. You can use an app like DealMachine, knock doors, get listsource data, etc... vacant or not - if the grass is tall, call.

Originally posted by @Moses Salazar :

OK, so i'm desperately trying to get the game down, and i'm greener than Crayolas definition of green!

Today I started the "Hunt" for something I could possibly flip/wholesale. I came across 2 properties with posts about "this property was found to be vacant" papers on the doors. Are these viable candidates? I know it depends a lot on which stage they are in as far as foreclosure goes, but even so...should i pursue these property owners? Or should I stick to fsbo's instead?

Thank you in advance for your feedback.



There's no harm checking them. Go ahead and check out both the properties.