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 21 
 : September 10, 2019, 12:35:18 pm 
flinvestor37 - FletcherLockman
Thanks Sandraisme, I will definitely check it out!

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 : September 10, 2019, 11:11:08 am 
Randoskie - Randoskie
Javipa, do you pay people to put signs on their front lawns? How does that work? How much do you pay them?
The code enforcement made me remove my sign. I think it was because of an angry homeowner that I was sending my "I buy houses" post cards and they had called me up to remove them from the list, they were angry.
I told them to just throw junk mail in the trash and chill out and hung up on them.
Later, I seen this older couple several times driving by my house slowly and looking towards the house. I shud of ran out there and waved and smiled.
Then I got a letter from the city saying I needed a license to operate a business from my home. I mailed them back and suggested they cud eat scrotum chunks.
I have thought of offering homeowners 20 buks to put a sign on their fence facing a busy intersection.

 23 
 : September 10, 2019, 09:39:46 am 
Jessica King - zionrei
Morning!

There are several ways to reduce the risk of your RE investments:

1. Get a good price - this is the first step to ensuring that your money is secure
2. Partner - partnerships have made me hundreds of thousands of dollars that I otherwise would never have obtained. They diversify the risk and get you mentors and an education you otherwise would not have received.
3. Use cash - don't leverage yourself beyond your capabilities. No credit cards to pay for house or repairs.
4. Know your asset class - find an asset class that meets your risk tolerance then move forward.
5. Focus - know what your goals are. Don't buy a single family home in a C area if your goal is to own MMM industrial properties.
6. Ask lots of questions - spend time on RE forums and learn from others that are a few steps ahead of you.

Good luck!

Kase

 24 
 : September 10, 2019, 07:57:36 am 
Jessica King - Kebar
Investing risks always exist. I have quite good experience in investing in overseas property.  Make sure your investment or sale is legal. Hire a good lawyer or a reliable realtor and there will be no problems. Or use real estate broker serives which will minimize the risks. I know, for example, most prefer real estate in Germany as profitability in Germany is quitehigher, loans conditions are better, and taxes are pretty low.

 25 
 : September 10, 2019, 07:22:34 am 
gailbrown - Kebar
Good thread:) Sport is my good habit

 26 
 : September 10, 2019, 07:20:56 am 
Aveya - Kebar
Depends on your goals:)

 27 
 : September 10, 2019, 04:54:40 am 
ConnorEdmond - alamkhan
There are many ways to invest in real estate, like you can purchase residential or commercial property in prime location. But before buying a property must confirm the future of property in upcoming days because it is very must when you want sell them that is sale on good price and instant.

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 28 
 : September 10, 2019, 03:08:14 am 
BishamonSr - heartlandbuyshouses
Yes, it usually happens when house owners are not present because they already moved to a different state and other reasons. You just need a middleman such as an agent or any real estate professional.

 29 
 : September 09, 2019, 09:30:42 pm 
JMansor - JMansor
Hi, I represent a bonded construction company in the NYC and Long Island area.

We have been in the general contracting business for roughly 25 years working with the Government to build Affordable Housing, Schools, Hospitals, etc. Recently we rebranded and even though we still work closely with the government, we are now looking to break into the private sector and work on JV deals. Since we are bonded we can bond jobs up to $70 million ensuring that the job gets done.

Please feel free to shoot me a message or note if you are invested in exploring this opportunity. Looking forward to speaking with you!

 30 
 : September 09, 2019, 01:20:55 pm 
Randoskie - javipa
One of the things I've noticed with the stuff I find left on my door is that the ad copy is easily consumable ...direct ...immediately readable ...easily digested ...simple to understand.

Such as "Carpet Cleaning Special"  "Windows In One Day"  "1-Hour Lawns"

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The most immediate responses I've ever had was by putting post it notes on doors of houses that looked shabby.  This means driving neighborhoods. 

Frankly, I've never hung fliers on doors, and doing this myself is absolutely never going to happen.
That said, half-sheets of yellow paper with your headline printed on top, and folded outward so the headline shows, has got to be the least expensive and most-effective use of fliers.

**** It's the same principle I apply to postcards.  They're usually yellow, always have headlines with bullet points listed to support the promise in the headline, and they're direct, easily digestible and resonate with a specific seller.  Some artwork is good.  FWIW

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Bandit signs are efficient at spreading the word in one area, and if done correctly, the signs will stay up a  long time.  However, after a month, or two, they become "invisible."  So, the text/color/something needs to change to recapture people's attention.  The only things that don't change are the reason to call, the sign being posted, and the phone number. 

This was a real sign a guy was using a couple of years ago, that I reproduced:



We pay people to leave signs posted on their lawns. 

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