Gregory | @gregory-tucker
in Lumberton, North Carolina
Posted 2 Years Ago
My wife and I are just getting started, we found a good deal in Fayetteville, NC.
We went in to the deal looking to Rehab this property but our lender has said that this one is too small for them. So we are trying to Wholesale the deal. Where do we find a buyer or a better asset based lender.
Choice Prime Properties LLC
910-378-0001Corina Eufinger | @corina-eufinger
in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Posted 1 Year Ago
The best option to find buyers is networking locally at REAIs or through websites and FB groups (A lot of good groups exist!). If you aren't licensed be sure you know your state's laws regarding wholesaling. You don't want be caught breaking the statutes and face the fines from that.
If you are feeling you might make wholesaling one of your strategies build your buyer's group before bringing another property under contract.
Corina Eufinger (CEO)
Brio PropertiesRobert Lawry II | @adminrei
Experienced Investor in Jacksonville, Florida
Posted 1 Year Ago
We have a resource section here on RealEstateInvesting.com for asset based lenders. Here is the link to the main index and then you can look up your state from there…
For building your buyers list, if the property is small and in a lower income area, try getting a list of Section 8 HUD landlords who have property available for rent through HUD. You can get the list from the local Section 8 office.
Networking is key.
Robert Lawry II, CEO & Editor
Rei Media, LLC
Lic # CBC1254563
(904)993-2692Rohit Vishwas | @rohit-vishwas
in Cincinnati, Ohio
Posted 9 Months Ago
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in Clarkesville, Georgia
Posted 8 Months Ago
I am a bit late to this discussion but congrats on taking the step and doing something. That tends to be the toughest part.
I have found that local real estate investing groups work great at building relationships and networking for your particular needs.
Express Capital Financing
in Tracy, California
Posted 3 Months Ago
I find my best buyers by going to Realtor.com and finding real estate agents that represent buyers. Then, I contact every Realtor on the list and ask them if one of their buyers might want to walk the property. That is a great place to start!
We Buy California Houses for CashMissouri | @missouri-house
in St. Louis, Missouri
Posted 1 Month Ago
Hey have you tried joining your local meetup groups and also the facebook groups for investors in your area? Those are some good places to find cash buyers.
Missouri House Buyers
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