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1. Free leads if you can afford to buy a local newspaper!  They are called FSBOs!

2. Free leads if you can afford a postage stamp and a phone call!

3. Free leads if you have to ability to WALK AND TALK

#1 - Call FSBOs from the newspaper - get to the bottom line quickly by asking a few qualifying questions and making a Trial Offer.

#2 - Call and write to Expired Listings.

#3 - Ask everyone you see a question; "Excuse me, I am a Real Estate Agent, do you know anyone who would like to sell or buy real estate"?

Go back to the basics!  This stuff works!

Charles Parrish


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Melissa Grant
A Serendipity World - Greenbackville, VA
The Law of Attraction In Life & Business
I walk around with a button that says, "ask me about real estate" You would be surprised by how mnay people actually stop and ask !
Aug 19, 2007 04:18 AM #1
Vicente A. Martinez
Prudential Douglas Elliman Licensed Real Estate Salesperson - Woodhaven, NY
Realtor, Brooklyn - Long Island - Queens Homes
I agree back to basics. The fundamentals of real estate prospecting... FSBO's, Expireds, and most important FOLLOW UP!
Aug 19, 2007 05:57 AM #2
Kimberly Grant
Exit Leon Crawford Realty - Huntsville, AL
Real Estate Agent - Huntsville Alabama

Very good point Charles!  I also love Melissa's comment above about the real estate button.  That sounds like a great idea too.

Aug 19, 2007 12:15 PM #3
Ethan Dozeman
Realty Executives Platinum Group - Grand Rapids, MI
Real Estate in Grand Rapids
While I am going back to my basics I am learning, learning, learning about blogging and web 2.0.
Aug 19, 2007 02:16 PM #4
Rachel Jones
Charles Rutenberg - Islandia, NY
Cert. Short sale Specialist, Long Island Realtor L
I like the button idea, and I agree, basics works best!
Sep 25, 2007 05:22 AM #5
Francine Perez

Being from long Island you might have investors looking for land in south Florida. If so I have a few great deals, one in particular.

I specialize in development properties, equestrian, hunting etc...

Let me know if you have any interested party to whom we may present our listings we will gladly give you a referal fee. 

To the pleasure of earing from you.

Sincerely Francine.   cell: 239-633-8484

Sep 25, 2007 09:10 PM #6
Donna Paul
Keller Williams Realty Gold Coast - Dix Hills, NY
Long Island Home Specialist,All About Real Estate
Great post.. I totaly agree .. we have to go back to basics
Oct 15, 2007 12:39 PM #7
Sharon Harris
Keller Williams Keystone Realty - Hanover, PA
Thank You for the kick in the bottem. you are right. not everyone is online. Sharon Harris
Oct 16, 2007 10:19 AM #8
Donna Whitaker
Exit Premier Realty - Laurel, MD
Exit Premier Realty
Charles simple but good post, I am doing my research on FSBO's I just read a book where someone made over 1 Million his first year with FSBO's alone its a good read!
Oct 16, 2007 11:08 AM #9
Kimberly Moore
Coldwell Banker McKinney & Associates - South Lake Tahoe, CA
Believe it or not, we are meeting in our office on Thursday evening, and we are "cold calling". Forgive me, where in the newspaper are the FSBO's? PS.  I just bought the FSBO Book......  Thanks for the post.
Oct 16, 2007 03:26 PM #10
Sean Schroeder
Century 21 - Virginia Beach, VA
Century 21 top producers

I like the basics, I have to lose wait :) so I walk neighborhoods knocking on doors introducing myself, and asking the same question "do you know anyone who is talking about buying or selling?" .  I also have a rule, when anyone comes within arms reach of me I automatically introduce myself, give them a card and ask that same question.   Talking to people, knocking on doors, making phone calls, following up and repeating the process - the basics

Great thread! 

Oct 18, 2007 12:16 PM #11
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