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    • #7040
      Avatar of Jon WagnerJon Wagner
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      Does anyone have a good idea for how to determine who in your target area is an investor (owns multiple properties) or RE agent?

      Thank you, all!

      Jon

    • #7041
      Avatar of Eric KEric K
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      The tax assessor’s website for your target area will show the primary owner as an LLC. If the same LLC owns multiple properties, they’re likely an investor, possibly a real estate agent too, but not necessarily. For sure an investor.

      Anyone who whose name shows up multiple times on the tax assessor website (LLC or person’s name), can be considered a multiple owner.

      • This reply was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by Eric K.
      • #7043
        Avatar of TomTom
        Keymaster

        Thanks Eric,

        Thats exactly what I was about to reply.

        Tom

    • #7045
      Avatar of Eric KEric K
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      Welcome Tom!

    • #7046
      Avatar of Jon WagnerJon Wagner
      Participant

      Thank you for taking the time to answer, guys!
      So basically avoid anyone who’s name shows up as owning multiple properties.

      Is it a bad idea to send them letters at after everyone else?

    • #7047
      Avatar of Eric KEric K
      Participant

      After you’ve sent mail to the cream of the crop, and have followed the sequence of mailings, you can mail everyone else LAST, including Agents and Investors (multiple owners). Don’t want to alert them you’re targeting the area they’re working in.

      If a multiple owner has 5 PROPERTIES (any amount of multiple properties), only send a letter to 1 PROPERTY, NOT ALL 5. Again, don’t want to alert them you’re targeting the area.

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