I was recently brought onto a new company that lends hard money to potential property investors.
My role is to sell the service. I receive a commission upon a loan being approved.
It's offered in a variety of different states (USA) but I'm located in Atlanta, so I think it would be good for me to tackle the local market while I try to get the ball rolling online. There are property investor networking events that I plan on attending, with business cards and paper loan applications just incase. I have a good selling point because the company that I'm under has competitive rates and a very fast turnaround time compared to industry standard (you can have your loan approved and processed within 7 days, 75k min - 1m max).
Today is my first day, and the training really sucks. So I'm on my own here, but I know that I can always turn towards marketing when it comes to sales. I don't mind cold calling if I can get my hands on a phone list but I don't even know where to start when it comes to that. Anybody with a list of potential investors would not be willing to give it up, which is why I plan on creating my own once I can figure out where to find them.
How would you guys and gals go about finding people who have their eyes on a property that they want to invest in, but doesn't have the money to invest?
It's a very specific market, and as a 23 year old who has no investing experience, I'm not really sure where to begin.