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Jeff Fairchild
  • Real Estate Investor
  • Vancouver, WA
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Making and using an investor buying list

Jeff Fairchild
  • Real Estate Investor
  • Vancouver, WA
Posted Aug 3 2008, 10:52

I've collected quite a few #'s and emails from investors who have "I buy houses" types of ads on craigslist and other places. I've heard of people contacting them first before you send them a deal to find out what they want.

How do you have your buyers list organized?

When you get a deal, do you usually just send out a bulk email to 30 buyers at once or do you go to your organized spreadsheet and make phone calls one at a time till you find a buyer?

Is it ok to ask each investor what % of arv they buy at or will they be offended?

I'm assuming it is best to shop the deal around as much as possible to get as many investors interested so you get multiple offers. What lessons have you learned in this area to get the highest assignment fee possible but without offending any investors?

Anything else you've learned to get the most out of your buyer list/deals?

Thanks,
Jeff

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