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For investors who want to do deals only in the Golden State.

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Comment by Antwan Stevens on January 1, 2011 at 6:29pm

Lets see how you and I can assist each other sooner than later

I have access to Buyers and Sellers

I'm aware that you have properties and or can find properties

How can you and I create a win win for ALL parties?

Currently this is what I'm interested in, can you assist?

If the right opportunity is brought to us we will pay a finder’s fee or a percentage of the profit or both.

SFR or multi-unit CA  properties unless stated otherwise*  where:

1)The person that owns or has control over the property is willing to sell

2)There is sufficient equity in the property such that the LTV is at
least 70%

3)There is a problem that can be solved by an infusion of cash (e.g. they
are in arrears on the loan and in danger of foreclosure; the property is
not marketable in its current condition, etc.)

* No maximum price

Our unique structure offers the following benefits:

1)More cash to the property owner/controller than traditional purchase by
an investor

2)Small amount of capital needed relative to the value of the asset

3)Virtually no risk to the investor

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Comment by Antwan Stevens on January 1, 2011 at 6:19pm

Leverage your time or FAIL.

You cannot afford to focus your efforts on tasks that are not directly generating income and You Can't Do it All Yourself!

Can you do ALL of this? Probably
Are you doing ALL of this? Most likely
Once I found out "There is a solution" I asked myself "Should I be doing ALL of this?
NO "I should NEVER do what I can OUTSOURCE"
My time is valuable and yours is too
Spend more time doing things that matter to you oppose to doing what you have to do
My time is best spent with ACTIVE RE Investors and CLOSING DEALS
Would you like to learn "How to CRUSH IT in your RE Business"


1. Make first contact with sellers and pre-screen them.


2. Follow-up on sellers not answering the phone.


3. Follow-up on prospect list 30-90 days later.


4. Pull comps or request them from a Realtor.


5. Make courtesy call to sellers between contract and closing so they don't get flaky.


6. Create and present offers based on investor criteria.



7. Receive calls from prospective buyers.

8. Pre-screen buyers, sellers and tenants.

9. Follow up with prospective buyers about touring the house.

10. Collect applications from prospective buyers.

11. Get prospective buyers pre-approved by loan officer.

12. Produce and uphold online contests and giveaways.

13. Research.


14. Fax Authorization to Release Information.

15. Get reinstatement figures and overnight address.

16. Call contractors to request estimates.

17. Fill out Loan Information Sheet.

18. Prepare documents for seller at closing.

19. Order gift for sellers/buyers.

20. Get testimonials from sellers/buyers.

21. Call/email tenants to remind them of late payments.


22. Creating a list of homeowners in foreclosure.

23. Preparing and address Postcards to Trustee's Sales.

24. Removing returns/leads from lists.

25. Get phone numbers of trustee’s sales.

26. Calling sellers behind in payments.

27. Thank-you cards to investor or private lender contacts.

28. Check online sites for leads (, etc.).

29. Research Wholesaler Databases.

30. Build Wholesale buyers list.

31. Build Lease Option buyers list.

32. Update clients of impending bill due dates.

33. Receive and assess wholesaler property emails.

34. Research vacant properties.

35. Find vacant property owners.

36. Setup and maintain lead database.


37. Research on vendors/prices.

38. Check PAT Live for hang-ups and email info.

39. Check Voicemail.

40. Answer incoming calls.

41. Make outbound telephone calls.

42. Respond to emails.

43. Post properties for sale on various sites.

44. Create marketing pieces for review.

45. Manage/execute direct mail campaigns.

46. Social media, blogging and bookmarking.


47. Handle tenant repair calls.

48. Dispatch service people.

49. Follow up with tenant after repair.

50. Tenant retention.

51. Prepare and send quarterly newsletter.

52. Track lease and send renewals.

53. Track expenses by property to raise rents when appropriate.

54. Follow up to make sure renewal is signed.

55. Advertise properties prior to lease expiration.

56. Post adds on Craig's List,, USLease Option etc..

57. Prescreen prospective tenants.

58. Research current rental rates.

59. Follow up on late fees and collections.

60. Schedule utilities on and off.

61. Coordinate move-in with new tenants.

62. Track rents, payments, insurance and taxes.

63. Maintain property database.

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