Probate Investing

 

Find Listings Realtor 

Acquisition of real estate can be personal, or investment is buying real estate. Finding listings for a realtor is paramount in a successful brokerage. Getting the listing first is the key!

An agreement that represents the right of a real estate agent or broker to handle the sale of real property and receive a fee or commission for services is the lifeblood of the real estate agent, through an exclusive authorization to sell listing, sell, and sell the property during a specific period.

Getting Listings Through a Strong Network

Find listings realtors. First, it begins with building your network. Real estate agents are constantly creating and maintaining relationships. Many of them first start by connecting with everyone that they know. They meet with these people, discuss real estate, follow any leads, and see that they are in the business. Even if the people they speak with might not be in the market for selling or buying properties now, they will be later or know people who are. New agents use warm and cold calling methods to drum up leads for listings.

Invest in Yourself

As a real estate agent, it is essential to invest in yourself. First, create a brand through marketing strategies, ads, and online presence. In a capitalist economy, you are marketing a brand. As a brand, you constantly have to work with integrity, do what suits your clients, and provide the best possible value. If you do this and start making a name for yourself, it will lead to another great way to get listings, and that's through recommendations. If people are happy with your service, they will recommend you to the people they know.

Motivated Seller Listings 

Imagine a seller wanted to sell a house, and a real estate broker came up to him and said, "If I bring a buyer, will you pay me a commission?" and the seller said, "Yes, of course!" Then, 10 minutes later, another broker came up to him and said, "If I bring a buyer, will you pay me a commission?" The seller said, "Yes, of course!" Then this kept happening repeatedly, and the seller agreed to the same deal with all brokers! Most probably, they would be using an open listing.

It does not sound like a bad thing. Whoever brings the buyer gets paid for it, as long as they are the principal in the transaction or have an active real estate license.

Realtor and Brokers

The problem with this is why would you, as a broker, spend time and money advertising somebody's house to find a buyer if there is a good chance somebody else will get paid. You will get nothing because the listing is not exclusive to anybody? You, as the broker, would have to prove that you were the buyer's procuring cause, which can be very tricky to do. Imagine if every broker's sign was in the front yard. How would you determine which broker's movement drew that buyer? There are many complications with this type of listing, so you do not see it in a standard residential sale. However, there are situations where this type of listing is appropriate.

Off-market Realtor leads

Our products consist of motivated sellers of real estate. In the first place, we supply the real estate toolbox marketing tools. See our products, probate leads, divorce leads, inheritance leads, etc. Heirs of the estate are motivated to be real estate sellers. The old saying "cash is king." Off-market real estate sellers are abundant. We break it down for the real estate investor, realtor, wholesaler, and attorney.  

Want to find off-market real estate? Want to find Motivated Sellers? Are you tired of competing in the real estate market? We have been supplying off-market leads for over a decade. Real estate probate listings are crucial. Imagine that you were the first person an executor spoke to when the real estate had to sell? We connect our customers with motivated real estate sellers!

Probate Real Estate Investing and potential seller clients who inherited properties often want to sell quickly after going through the probate process (the legal process of transferring the assets of a deceased person to heirs). Since many heirs live out of state or are otherwise not prepared to maintain the property, they often look to sell quickly.

Why do executors often sell properties under market value?

Often, executors have a personal or close professional relationship with the decedent. That means they are likely going through a grieving process themselves or under pressure to help grieving heirs quickly settle the estate. Finally, the odds of an executor being a real estate professional are remote. The executor may not be willing to go through the time, effort, and money it takes to get top dollar for the decedent's property.

Many deceased homeowners have paid off their mortgage or had a low mortgage balance. Typical probate lead has very high equity, leaving plenty of room to negotiate a fair price to the seller and giving you the potential for a significant profit margin.

Inheritors are keen to sell off the properties for various reasons once the probate process on inheritance is over. The probable reasons for their minimal interest in the probate properties are –

  • Living and working in another state or country and have no plans to return.

  • Equally crucial of money.

  • Unnecessary burden and have no interest in spending money on maintenance of the inherited properties.

  •  Selling for instant cash

Who uses our lists

New and seasoned investors. In addition, Realtors, Attorney, Hedge Funds, Wholesalers, and a wide variety of other real estate professionals.

Unique real estate marketing

Customers receive our marketing toolbox. The toolbox includes the marketing tools needed. Marketing probate real estate leads include using a 4 to 6-step mailing campaign over six months. Being first at the door and consistent with marketing is crucial when investing. Given that "The early bird gets the worm" and "The squeaky wheel gets the grease" are the key to success. Using unique marketing techniques will also help ensure that your mail gets opened. Special Marketing techniques include different sized envelopes, colored letters, handwritten letters, and distinctive markings. In addition, statements on the back of the envelopes can also help. Postcards are the latest effective method.

Benefits of using our lists

The research will save you time focusing on revenue-generating activities such as wholesaling, rehabbing, and flipping properties. A realtor can benefit from using our lists by increasing their listings. Investors find good deals that they otherwise would not have seen. Attorneys benefit from using our lists by increasing their clients. Secondly, you will have access to the hottest investing leads nationwide. Beat the competition and get properties with actual equity from motivated sellers. Finally, gain a competitive advantage. Get to the deal first. We can gauge our success as a company by the success of our clients.

What's the difference between Pre-Probate and Probate?

The difference between a Probate and a Pre-Probate is;

  • Probate filed in Court.
  • Pre-Probate not filed for probate.

Where do we get the information?

We have our researchers pull data daily from the Clerk of the Court. We cross-reference with the Property Appraiser, the Tax Department, and other proprietary processes. 

What extra information can you provide than others?

We have customized data requests based on your specification and target areas. 

At what intervals do you provide data?

Data is delivered daily in most products. 

How do I get my data provided delivered?

We support Excel or CSV format depending on client needs. Secondly, columns are formatted to ease your real estate marking mail campaign. 

What is the ProbatesDaily-ForeclosuresDaily difference?

It is connecting you with motivated real estate sellers.

The process encompasses input from the court clerk, property appraisers, public notices, and other filters. The result is fresh real estate leads.

Unlike our competitors with a turnaround time of 1-3 months old leads. We here at Foreclosures Daily understand the importance of having new data!