I've been doing a lot of research on software solutions to use for Fix & Flip and wholesale deals and was hoping to get some feedback on both Propstream and Flipster. There isn't a lot of user reviews for Flipster, but I do like how user friendly and intuitive it looks in the demos (Jerry Norton is a great salesman) especially with tracking multiple projects/offers/deals simultaneously. I have seen a handful of reviews stating that customer service with Flipster may be a little lacking which is concerning.
The property data and analytics in Propstream looks very strong, but I don't see that it gives you the same ability to build, track and organize multiple projects like Flipster does. Any feedback or user experience on these platforms is greatly appreciated.
Thank you all!
I've had so much success with Propstream.
Thanks Brian for the reply. Can you elaborate a bit on Propstream? Does it provide you with the ability to organize, manage and track multiple jobs/offers simultaneously, similar to a task-board? Or, are you doing that organization and tracking outside of Propstream? I am big on organization and would really like to do everything within one platform if I could.
Hi, Glenn. Well, I've used both so let me give you my 2 cents. They both have their strong and weak points. Flipster is a great software but I subscribed to the $97 plan so what I go was very limited in terms of the number of leads you are able to download per month as opposed to Propstream. I can't remember the exact number of leads I got per month with Flipster but it is ridiculously low compared to Propstream. This is the reason I canceled the subscription and the only reason. Propstream gives you 10k per month download with the $97 plan but does not offer the contracts or the other step-by-step process Flipster offers. Also note PropStream is constantly adding new features and searches "at no additional cost" which makes me stay with them for now. A mobile app for DFD was recently added as well at no additional cost. Jerry Norton's software is all-inclusive meaning it does all the steps from A-Z for you if you can afford the most expensive plan. Also, in that package you would get the 10k downloadable searches as well as a built-in CRM to track everything. I like that about it and may go back to Flipster when I'm able to afford that plan. Being a one-person operation I know this would work best for me if everything was laid out for me step-by-step and keep of record of leads and followups. Both plans offer a trial so give them both a whirl according to what you can afford and decide which works better for you.
Hi Sharon. I am understanding that the biggest drawback from flipster is the limited amount of leads one gets from their packages in comparison to Popstream. from what i can see, flipster is a great all in one tool but just limited in leads. i personally would love a system that can create the contracts , letters, pof and so on for me. my question is, would it be cost effective and beneficial to have popstream for the $100/month for all those leads and have flipster for the main software where you would be able to add those additional leads into it and still utilize all the other features flipster provides?
@Sharon DeBerry thank you for that response. I personally I use Propstream with Podio as my CRM and that works just fine and dandy. I pay the mid-tier $197/mo plan on propstream and $24/mo on Podio (with GlobiFlow)
Hey! It's 2 different strategies Flipster is working on a few ones and all in one service. Propstream is massive marketing, you need with it either Podio or another CRM like Freedom soft, to do the same Flipster does. But be aware you can't import leads from outside to Flipster. Take care
I was looking into switching from propstream to flipster, but I believe I may stay with propstream for now. I find a lot of leads on my own and don't like that we can't import our own. Thank you for all the information.