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Abdul Ahad

How to find small investing homes?

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How to find small investing homes?

By Abdul Ahad   
Posted on Jun 12, 2021 in Topic: Realtor Only
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Chris Bounds
about 1 month ago
Driving neighborhoods looking for homes that appear vacant or in need of repair compared to the neighbors is one of the cheapest and best ways to find off market properties. Otherwise you can buy lists of homeowners for direct mail, cold calling, or texting.


about 1 month ago
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Kiriaki Koymarianos
about 1 month ago
The best way is to work with a realtor and give them specific area and price range so they can keep an eye out for you when something becomes available


about 1 month ago
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Pia Sikes
about 1 month ago
There are a few different ways to find investment properties. First, attending local real estate networking events to meet investors, realtors ..etc. Building relationships and getting notified when deals are available. Second, working with a realtor. Third, you can let your family and friends know they may already know someone looking to sell a property. Fourth, you can create your own marketing to home owners. Raising and having cash is important for these properties because the distressed seller may prefer to sell quickly.


about 1 month ago
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Mary Beth Hughes
about 1 month ago
This is not an easy process. You need to set many parameters to give you a good cash flow as well as a good investment. The property needs to be in great condition, especially the roof and HVAC. I am a broker and investor . I can help you if you are serious
Mary Beth. 832-721-5000


about 1 month ago
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Neda Navidnia
about 1 month ago
There are several ways, I recommend having your criteria first, what is your budget, which areas, what level of repairs are you planning to do, what is the goal, flip or buy and hold and etc. Then you can find a realtor who understands investment, there are online websites, networking, connecting with wholesalers (But be very careful, you will still need a Realtor to help you with comps and due diligence) and more. In bigger scales you can target sellers directly which needs investment in tools and services. I wish you good luck


about 1 month ago
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James Meador
about 1 month ago
Hi Abdul!

There are some great answers on here. Here is another idea. I did this before I became a realtor and it worked for me. You've probably seen those little handwritten signs at intersections saying "I buy houses for cash" or "I buy ugly homes" or something along those lines. While you're driving around looking for abandoned homes, call the numbers you see on those signs. Some are legit, some are not, but tell them you are interested in buying investment properties. They will add you to their list, and when they get something, they will let you know. That should give you a full pipeline of discounted properties. You will need to look at about 100-120 properties before you find a deal. But by the time you see a good deal, you will know it.

When you get ready to sell a property you've rehabbed, I hope you let a realtor help you. Statistically, you get more money when you list with a realtor than if you try to sell it by yourself.

Hope this helps!


about 1 month ago
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Anthony Taylor
about 1 month ago
Well the best way to find investments homes are to find the main source of contact. I'm not talking about the seller's I'm talking everyday people like myself. I know many owners that's not sure what they want to do with their property or properties. Network with other realtors we are all in this business to help our clients and get paid as well.
Call broker Anthony Taylor Sr. at Anthony Taylor Realty for more investing advice.

Thanks
Anthony Taylor Realty
832-819-4287


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Anthony Taylor Realty\nwww.anthonytaylorrealty.com\n

about 1 month ago
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