Resources I use in my Business and Recommend to you. Some of the links below may be affiliate links for which I will be compensated, but the opinions are my own. The cost to you is the same whether you use my link or not. The small compensation for the links are used to maintain this website and free training provided. My thanks to you!
Rings to your cell phone and sends you an email or txt message
You can pre-load scripts to pre-screen your prospects
Includes a company directory like big companies use
Find and Sort properties in CA, OR, WA, NV and AZ. Store info
on those properties too. Monthly $39 or $59
3. List Source
Find and Sort properties nationwide. Buy the lead per record
or as a service for large volume users.
Your cost per piece is only slightly higher than the cost of postage if you did all the work yourself.
5. Analyzing Properties
Free Software (lite version) works in excel to analyze properties.
6. Buildium for online property management.
7. My Property Purchase System CHECKLIST
8. WRIKE All-in-One Project Management and Collaboration Software for your business.
FREE for 5 users. Upgrade when you need to.
Work smarter and get it all done faster with WRIKE
9. Rental FORMS, LEASES and Tenant Credit and Background Checks
Smart Screen Provides Tenant Credit and Background Checks INSTANT ACCESS with no inspection of your office
and online security for your tenant’s personal info.
Form to collect a Deposit BEFORE giving a lease. Insures both parties of the agreement to rent.
Especially useful in out-of-state rentals
Info you must collect to protect yourself in screening the tenant.
Great info on determining value of your properties.
13. Private Lending spreadsheet For Comparing Returns from Stock Market, CD’s Flips and Rental
14. Example Deals showing Profits and Returns for Private Lenders
15. NameCheap to get domain names. Better than GoDaddy. You own the domain.
Register Your Domains Hassle-Free with Namecheap
16. Online leads for sellers and buyers with your own lead capture website.
17. Costs to Remodel (Caution: these are retail prices a homeowner pays.) You should be paying less either with repeat business on multiple houses or because you hire your own subs and not a General Contractor. http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/marketing/infographic-home-improvement-costs