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Meeting an Investor at an Auction



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By : Alan Brymer    99 or more times read
Auctions, both mortgage and tax auctions, are important places to be to meet potential buyers and investors. Auctions usually only happen two or three times a year, but you should schedule your time to attend auctions. An auction might be one of the most valuable places to spend your time.

You'll meet several types of people at an auction. Sure, you'll find those who don't have money and are just curious to see how an auction runs. But you'll also find realtors there with clients who have money, you'll find investors with cash, and you'll find the buyers who have the ability to close in as few as seven days. The type of people you are looking for as investors or buyers are at auctions. These are the serious buyers and they are looking for property just like yours. You should be there too.

What's really important about auctions is that you'll meet people that are already predisposed to having cash and are ready for a quick sale. Getting rid of your property in a short amount of time is one of the keys to your success.

To find auctions, or even investor groups, try a Google search. Many important places and dates can be found with a simple Google search. You'll find investor groups that you may not have known even existed before. When you do your Google search, just fill out a couple of forms and you'll have access to pages showing local investor clubs.

Getting involved in auctions and investor groups is a smart move...one you should make early on in your real estate career. Auctions are a wonderful place to find those investors with money. You never know what contacts you will make and how far that contact will take you. Auctions are a fabulous place for networking and getting the word out about your property.


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