What's the best way to find wholesale properties in Kansas City?

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Any recommendations for finding good deals here in Kansas City?

Hi @Justin Montoya ,

I would recommend either doing a direct mail marketing campaign in which you target a specific list example: Tax Delinquent, Code Violation, High Equity Absentee owner ect. If you have the funds to support a campaign like this I would recommend committing to at least 6 months to yield the results you want. In addition you can Drive for Dollars in your neighborhood and write down the address of distressed addresses find out the owners information and skip trace and just start calling away. Just keep in mind some owners are in the DNC data base which you should check before cold calling them. 

Good Luck

Joaquin Rosario, Real Estate Agent in New York (#10401307677)

hook up with every local wholesaler, goto auction.com, drive for dollars and hang door hangers, knock doors, tell everyone you are in Real estate.  The Mls is hard but not impossible to find deals

Dallas Kidd, Contractor in MO (#Mo124556) and KS (#g566t4456)
(913) 274-9555

Find an investor based agent that knows their stuff. Many of us know about deals that never hit the market. Plus they can do some of the foot work in finding off market deals for you too.

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Any certain secs you are looking for? Area? Price point?

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