Wholesaling Strategy: Growth Hacking for More Volume

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We are within the perfect marketplace for wholesaling homes. The question is how are you able to build up your deal volume fast enough to completely maximize the investment and profit opportunities ahead of you?

While everything could also be cyclical, we've likely never seen conditions aligned this well for wholesaling homes as a true estate investment strategy and most investors will never see this amount of opportunity again in their lifetimes.

Homes are still available at tasty discounts even within the hottest and most prestigious land markets. While interest rates could also be rising, they're still at ridiculous lows, and now buyers are swarming in with masses of capital, able to scoop everything being served up by wholesalers.

So with all of this and peak summer home buying season on us, how can investors tweak their wholesaling strategy and model so as to require full advantage of all the deals out there?

While even relatively green investors might already be enjoying breaking income records by wholesaling just a couple of homes a month, many still find they're short on all of the liquid funds, marketing skills and time they might wish to turn more houses. So what is the solution?

One of the present buzzwords being floated out of Silicon Valley is 'Growth Hacking'. By applying growth hacking principals to wholesaling strategy and marketing efforts investors can explode their businesses and see their deal volume swell fast.

While technology may certainly a neighborhood of what's involved in most growth hacking today it's essentially guerrilla marketing on steroids.

However, the primary step to any marketing or improvement in wholesaling marketing is certainly going to know your prospects better. the higher you recognize your prospects the higher your marketing will convert, the higher your ROI are going to be and therefore the faster you'll increase deal volume.

Putting it into play many gurus and experienced growth hacking point to blogging, self-created press releases and paid search (like Google AdWords) as channels to pursue.

These are all good, but what really makes the difference and separates the amateurs and mediocre results from the highest pros is who is being marketed too. The highest level experts recognize that it is a lot of labor , time consuming and expensive to plug on to consumers themselves. Instead they prefer to recruit influencers, affiliates and other referral agents to try to to the diligence for them.

Social media may be a great medium for this. These referral partners are often incentivized for delivering web traffic, actual leads or for delivering actual transactions. When legal they will be rewarded with cash or maybe simply reciprocal marketing.

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