SOURCE: Foreclosure University
Foreclosure University releases a new video on becoming a real estate bird dog. The video explains exactly what is needed and what investors expect to receive from bird dogs.
Campbell, NY (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
For the longest time, real estate investors have been using bird dogs to help them find deals. This new video revels exactly what bird dogs need to provide the investor in order to help them make the best decision on whether or not the property is worth going after.
In the video, long time real estate investor, Cameron Dunlap shares some of the necessary pieces to becoming a real estate bird dog. "There are certain things that every investor needs to know in order to make a buying decision. These bird dogs need to be trained on exactly what to look for and what to provide us," says Cameron.
According to Cameron, the real estate market is one of the best he's seen in a long time and a perfect opportunity to score some great deals. Bird dogs are in high demand right now because they can literally help the investor find some of these great deals, save them a ton of time and a ton of money.
Cameron uses one main tool that helps him manage his bird dogs. This tool is called iFlip and bird dogs are the core reason it was developed. iFlip is a data management system that manages real estate deals and the bird dogs who bring the deals. It keeps track of all the bird dogs along with the important deals so they don't fall through the cracks. To see some reviews of iflip, go here.
One of the tricks to having good bird dogs is making sure they are trained properly so they can go out and find the good deals and then submit the necessary information to the investor. Iflip does this automatically which can save the investor a ton of time explaining all the little details to the bird dogs.
Some of the things that are expected from bird dogs are photos of the property. Front, sides and back. Investors also love it when the bird dogs take pictures of the inside so they know what condition it's in. They also need to know the sq. footage of the property, the address, the condition of the property and lastly the homeowners name and possible phone number. The more information the better.
To learn more about these bird dogs click here
You can also learn more about managing these bird dogs through iflip which is the software that was created specifically to find, train and manage these bird dogs automatically so investors could spend their time on more important projects. Check out CameronDunlapRealEstate.com
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