Looking for properties poorly managed or marketed

I'm looking for facilities in good condition that can be turned around with proper management or marketing. Interested in self storage, senior living, and mobile homeparks. Any advice/suggestions?
In Property Management - Asked by Sean D. - Sep 5, 2009
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tamir r.
Owner/Investor
Los Angeles, CA

its all depend on your cash flow their is a lot of bergen in the market right now

Sep 8, 2009
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mike w.
Broker/Agent
Shiloh, GA

If you are looking for good properties needing to turned around, contact me. I can send you all the above. My email is------- mykyee2000@yahoo.com

Sep 10, 2009
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Gregory G.
Broker/Agent
San Francisco, CA

What locations?
Gregory Garver - Commercial Real Estate Broker
Broker License# 01716531
(415)225-9894
gregory.garver@gmail.com

Nov 6, 2009
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

Consult a commercial real estate broker active in the area you are interested in. Look through Loop Net for listings and see who has listings. Confer with them and if they have experience and credentials work with them to locate good properties that will work for your needs.

Dec 1, 2009
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Dale O.
Owner/Investor
Spanaway, WA

Easiest way is to drive the neighborhoods you are interested in buying in. Find the properties that need some cosmetic tender loving care. If you do not want to drive the areas yourself - explain your criteria to some high school students and have them do the dird dogging for you. Once properties are found - check the county records for Owners name and address. Send them a letter stating that you have driven by the property and see it needs work and would be interested in buying the property. Include some pictures of the property if out-of-state Owner so they can see that it is not being maintained.

Mar 30, 2010
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