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How To Get Responsive Real Estate Investing Leads

Simon A Macharia

 If you have tried to market to pre-foreclosure leads, then you
know they are over-shopped. Everyone tries to convince these people to
sell their house. In my state, foreclosure happens only 3 weeks after
pre-foreclosure. This means you barely have enough time to get the deals
done.As a result, you could end up wasting so much time chasing
leads that will never get you deals. In this article, we look at some
effective leads that have little competition.While we cannot exhaust all sources of leads, I will only concentrate on the most effective in this article: Leadskimmer.com1) People in legal trouble
People going through legal troubles who own real estate are
motivated sellers. People going though divorce, bankruptcy, people who
have liens, are being sued, etc are highly motivated to sell their
houses. Leadskimmer.com2) Probates
Once people inherit properties, they are usually looking to get rid
of them. This happens to be one of the most lucrative sources of good
deals. These properties usually need repairs and are not easy to sell.Secondly,
a lot of them are paid off meaning you have room for negotiation. If
they get stuck with mortgage payments they cannot afford, they become
very motivated.Most beneficiaries just want their money and move on, so you come in as a simple solution they really need.This is a niche where you can find very profitable deals.3) Absentee owners
Most absentee owners are landlords. Lots of landlords get burned,
meaning you have motivated sellers who are not attached to these
properties. When looking for absentee owners, target middle income
neighborhoods. In my market, I target $100,000 to $150,000 range.I
always make sure they have owned those properties at least 10 years,
meaning they have some equity. I always make sure they are at least 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, single family houses. Leadskimmer.com4) Expired listings
Today there are so many houses on sale that you need to filter these
aggressively. We already know these people are trying to sell their
houses unsuccessfully. Some of them have been trying to sell for months,
sometimes more than one year. You come as an excellent solution
provider for them. Like the absentee owners, I always target specific
price ranges and neighborhoods. Leadskimmer.comI also make sure they have owned
the properties for at least 10 years. I always make sure I find out when
the mortgage was recorded. If they have recently refinanced, the lead
is no good. You must work with properties with equity.Properties
with second mortgages are good as short sale candidates. I always avoid
properties with negative equity. The market is full of better
properties.You can have more leads than you can handle once you
send out your mailings. The good thing is that you can have these leads
flowing within just a few days.

If you concentrate on these four sources of leads, you are likely
to close more deals. Learn how you can pre-screen your motivated
sellers and pre-negotiate with them using a direct response, automated
and interactive real estate investor website that helps you close more deals using less time, money and effort.

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