5 Strategies to Build Your Wholesale Buyer List + Free Form

11/11/2010 | By | 19 Replies More

You’re about to learn 5 simple ways to build your wholesale buyer list.

Why do you want a wholesale buyer’s list?

Because…

… wholesaling property is the quickest way to make a buck in real estate investing. It’s not uncommon to make $3K, $5K or even more on a wholesale deal (as you’ll see in the video).

To wholesale a property, you find a motivated seller, put a contract on the property, and assign it to a buyer. That’s it.

So, I put together a little video to show you how to build your wholesale buyer’s list… that way, when you have a great deal you would like to flip for quick cash, you can do so.

(note, this video was for our Private Money Blueprint students… but we got such good feedback on it, I had to share it with you too :-)

Also, after you watch the video, make sure you download the free wholesaling form.

How to Build Your Wholesale Buyer’s List

Check out the video below…

Like I said, pretty simple right? This isn’t brain surgery or anything.

Ok, here’s the link to download your free wholesale buyer questionnaire…

>> Grab Your Wholesale Buyer Form – Click Here <<

Got a question, comment, tip?

Toss ‘em in the comment area.

Happy Investing!

~ Patrick

P.S. – One of the best things about wholesaling is that you don’t need cash or credit.¬†I made $10,000 on my first wholesale deal when I was just 22 years old!

If you’re interested in learning more about wholesaling, grab this¬†FREE 7 day mini-course.

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  1. Great tips Patrick.

  2. Rob says:

    Great stuff Patrick I already implement allot of those strategies. So what’s some great ways to find motivated sellers and deals? Not a big fan of the MLS REO’s. So what are some other options thanks.

  3. Hey thanks for the form. I kind of see that I wasn’t asking enough questions.And I agree with you about Freedomsoft. Im gonna get it but I see so many people that down talk it. Either its for you or its not. Simple as that. Cant wait for the review (just realized I could edit my comments. You can delete my last one)

  4. patrickriddle says:

    You’re welcome man. If I can help with any questions, let me know.

    ~ Patrick

  5. patrickriddle says:

    Thanks Rob. I have a teleconference call that I did on all the different marketing strategies I’ve used to find motivated sellers. Here’s the link…

    http://www.mustknowinvesting.com/marketing

    I’m with you on not being a big fan of MLS REO’s. I’m not a fan of listed properties period. I prefer negotiating direct with the seller.

    ~ Patrick

  6. patrickriddle says:

    Glad you liked ‘em Sharon.

    ~ Patrick

  7. And I agree with you about Freedomsoft. Im gonna get it but I see so many people that down talk it. Either its for you or its not. Simple as that. Cant wait for the review

  8. Darylpannell says:

    how do you get realtors to work with you?is there a way to use your LLC ,and if you make offer and it is taken can you close with end buyers money

  9. Sean Terry says:

    Hey Patrick,
    Thanks for the great tips and awesome blog. Really informative!

  10. Patrick, excellent stuff man! I’ve also had luck calling my local Section8 list — these folks either want to buy more deals, like what they have, or they hate rentals and want to sell one —- it’s tedious, but can land some deals. Thanks again!

  11. patrickriddle says:

    You’re welcome Brooks.

    Thanks for the section 8 tip. Good stuff!

    ~ Patrick

  12. patrickriddle says:

    Right back at ya Sean… thanks for stopping by and joining the conversation here.

    If I can help you with anything, let me know.

    ~ Patrick

  13. patrickriddle says:

    I think the best way to get Realtors to work with you is to find an “investor friendly” Realtor. Someone who is an agent but is also an investor. Explain clearly to the Realtor what you’re doing.

    Yes, you could put in an offer in whatever name you want – personal, LLC, trust, etc – and could close with your end buyer’s money. It can get a little complicated with the details… but can definitely be done. Many investors today are using transactional funding for those transactions.

    ~ Patrick

  14. Cody Sperber says:

    Overall, great blog Partrick…keep up the great content and I am glad to see your actually out there hustling and doing deals.Cody Sperber a.k.a Clever Investor

  15. patrickriddle says:

    Thanks Cody!

    I’ll keep the content coming :-)

    ~ Patrick

  16. bob smith1 says:

    thank you patrick the information on how to build a buyers list in todays video was very helpful and it seems like a brainless wonder like myself can even do this one more thing what does it mean to stuff a deed

  17. patrickriddle says:

    You’re welcome Bob. Yep, you can do it man.

    Hmmm… not sure what you’re referencing “stuff a deed” ??

    - Patrick

  18. One of Your Students says:

    Dear Patrick
    Bless you, you’re so great at what you do. I’m not where I want to be in REI but I’m getting there (very slowly) as I’m hearing/seeing new material from you that I haven’t seen/heard from other ‘seasoned marketers’. I’d like to know if I may have your permission to repost most of your material on my FB pg? You’re mentoring is perfect for newbies (and borderline dementia 64 yr olds) like myself), heck, if I can grasp what you’re mentoring, (abet as slow as I’m comprehending) I feel your material will help many others like myself who’s just getting started, to be as successful as you. Thanks in advance

  19. Nova says:

    Thanks Patrick. Great tips!