Lead List? Get it Yourself!

Scott Costello All, Blog, Probate Investing 15 Comments

cute-angry-puppy-pic55I think someone is punishing me for trying to better myself by making a quick decision.  I got an email from USProbateLeads.com a few minutes ago saying that I was getting a refund for my purchase of Morris County Probate Leads because someone had bought the Exclusivity rights to Morris County.

This does not make me happy at all, as now I have to figure out another way to get the leads.  I’m going to look at USLeadLists.com now, but I hear from Taylor that it’s an inherited list.  Not exactly sure what that means or how it’s different.  I’ll report back.  If all else fails I’ll be hiring someone to go to the court house and pull the list for me.

I’m pissed because why would USProbateleads advertise that they have Morris County available when they didn’t?

P.S. – That is one cute angry puppy!

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Scott is a part time wholesaler, but full time real estate investing addict! As his family grows and his free time shrinks,He has been slowing building his wholesaling business over the past 7 years in between life events.Drive, dedication and never giving up are his strengths.
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Comments 15

  1. Wow!! That sucks.

    There are always going to be obstacles. But you have to keep on moving forward.

    Stay strong.

    V.J.

    P.S. I live in Hudson county. Just discovered your blog last night and its great.

  2. Sorry Scotty 🙁 By the way, from my perspective there is nothing wrong with a focus on inherited properties…those already went through probate. I'm just not sure that Ron Mead's marketing materials, etc. are geared towards that.

  3. In a way there is a unique advantage to properties that already went through probate. The next of kin is now stuck with paying property taxes and maintaining it. They have to decide if they want to become a landlord. There are plenty of motivated sellers in inherited properties.

  4. I agree wtih V.J. – I'm talking to many sellers exactly like this right now. Haven't locked down one who is motivated enough to take my offer, but I know that I will!

  5. Hi V.J.

    Glad you found my blog and thanks for contributing. I completely agree with you, and I think I found another option.

  6. It's all good Shae, I think I found an alternate option to get my leads from. Just took a little networking 🙂

    I agree with you on the inherited properties, it's not that far off from probates but I'm trying to stay focused on probates only right now. Once I get some deals going I may expand to inherited as well.

  7. I agree with you completely V.J. and I have thought about it a lot. I'm going to keep that motivated class on my list for the future for sure.

  8. Great to know there is motivation in inherited properties, seems like a natural progression from probates. I bet that if I keep mailing to the probate people consistently I will get a lot of “now” inherited leads from it once the properties have been probated.

  9. Hi V.J.

    Glad you found my blog and thanks for contributing. I completely agree with you, and I think I found another option.

  10. It's all good Shae, I think I found an alternate option to get my leads from. Just took a little networking 🙂

    I agree with you on the inherited properties, it's not that far off from probates but I'm trying to stay focused on probates only right now. Once I get some deals going I may expand to inherited as well.

  11. I agree with you completely V.J. and I have thought about it a lot. I'm going to keep that motivated class on my list for the future for sure.

  12. Great to know there is motivation in inherited properties, seems like a natural progression from probates. I bet that if I keep mailing to the probate people consistently I will get a lot of “now” inherited leads from it once the properties have been probated.

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