Free and Clear
My advice would be to find the one marketing channel that you WILL do, and stick with it consistently for a year. You are on a limited budget so i would spend my up front time curating my own highly targeted lists and then work diligently on cold calling them. When you do land a solid lead a JV with Grant Kemp or JMC is definitely a viable way to help you get it over the finish line.
One more thing (sorry, I don't mean to flood your comment section), I know someone here in Canada who is both a mortgage broker and realtor who has access to investors who fund rent-to-own deals. What I did was set up a facebook ad to get the leads for him, and pre-qualify them and he pays me $1,000 for any deal that actually closes. So, what happens is a lot of the leads I get do not qualify as the term is only 3 years, and so if they don't have a minimum of $10,000 to $15,000, and 60K min household income, he can't help them, because they wouldn't qualify for a traditional mortgage in 3 years. So, I'm stuck with all these leads with their phone numbers and email addresses, but I feel like there might be a strategy out there that I'm unaware of which will both make me money, and help these people out at the same time. Your thoughts on this will be greatly appreciated. Thanks again! I'll try not to post another comment on here.
Has anyone ever asked for a refinance? I mean 9+% may seem like a good idea for an excited buyer who doesn't have great credit. But, once they improve their credit score, what's preventing them from wanting to refi?
Daniel and Grant, I want to say thank you for doing all of these free information is just amazing! I want to go and talk to some potential sellers I have, where do I find the pamphlet Grant talked about?