What other sources are there to market an apartment building

In Selling Property - Asked by Raymond L. - Aug 22, 2011
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Montana S.
Scarsdale, NY

Market it to other property management companies. Property Managers are often asked by their principles to look for other real estate opportunities.
Montana G Spillman

Aug 24, 2011
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Angela K.
Naples, FL

Raymond, there are many online sites in which to post properties besides your own website; LoopNet for one. Exposure is the key as you most likely know.Submitting the property on various sites should aid in it being found when an individual or company searches. There are many groups and blogs to become a part of that encourage promoting property. Linked-In, as well as others, has various commercial and residential groups that promote and discuss income producing property, as well as all property types.

Aug 30, 2011
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Jordan H.
Columbia, SC

REIT magazine is good publication to market large apartment complexes as their readers are mostly large institutional investors. If you have a small apartment building then I would just research who the owners are of the other similar properties in your market and call them directly (or their agent if they have one). You can use the county register of deeds and gis to determine owners of specific parcels.

Sep 12, 2011
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Mark J.
Salt Lake City, UT

Raymond - how big is the asset? For anything above $5mm I use www.RCM1.com. Real Capital Markets has a marketing platform that is extremely effective. It is a "pay to play" service, but worth every penny. The best way to market though is to hire a broker - so call me! I have a database I've collected for over 10 years, I have access to our Cushman & Wakefield Capital Markets Apartment team w/ offices in every major and secondary market in the nation (and beyond). If you hire the right guys your problems will be solved. If you are a broker call me and I can talk to you about my team's processes and systems.

Nov 29, 2011
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