how can i find investor to buy house

In General Area - Asked by thushara s. - Mar 23, 2010
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Chris M.
Las Vegas, NV

Check your local REIA (real estate investor associations) organizations. I am an investor as well. You can contact me at with specifics on your house.

Mar 23, 2010
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Mike O.
Fredericksburg, VA

I agree with Chris- look up your local REIA. You are bound to find a few investors who will take a look at your property. Also, classified web sites are a good source for finding investors. List your property in there and you'll probably get some calls. Lastly, call some real estate agents and let them know what you are looking to do. Agents typically have some investors or know other agents who do.

Mar 24, 2010
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Chris R.
Denton, TX

Consult a licensed REALTOR in your area. IF the property is either commercial - or a rental - consult one that has experience in dealing with commercial / investment properties. Contact property management companies active in your area as they already represent investors of property and they may know one of their clients interested in looking at another investment opportunity. We represent 150 investors and depending on the particulars of the property we can match an existing client with available opportunities. Chris Rosprim, Scott Brown Commercial

Mar 27, 2010
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Bedlam R.
Owasso, OK

A free qay would also be to list the ad in craigslist. Be prepared to get calls from non-investors as well, but you will have to weed out the fake from the real investors.

Apr 2, 2010
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Cutting Edge R.
Decatur, IL

Lots of places to post this property- local home seller magazines, newspapers, craigs list, city, drop off flyer to management companies, landlord associations, and REIA. Cash Flow clubs, sign in the yard, or any realtor can help you. TELL EVERYBODY YOU MEET-

Apr 8, 2010
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