I just made $2800 in less than 24 hours without spending any money whatsoever...

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I have no reason to share this but... I received so much from
the community and just want to help out. I just ask you to
thank me by clicking on "thanks" in return...

Here's what I did...

One of my friends were looking for a tenant for his rental property
and asked me if I could help. I said, "Well, I've never done it but
I'll try."

Then I went to craigslist and listed his property for rent at
$2800 a month.

On that day, I received 2 calls from the prospects and showed them
the property. Both of them were interested and one of them
called me back in 2 hours and said, "I want to sign the contract."

I went online again and printed off the FREE Tenancy Agreement
form and had both my friend and the tenants sign the contract.

Then he gave me 1 month's rent which was $2800 for my service.

All this took place in less than 24 hours.

Isn't this great?

Now you know the secret. Go make some money!!! : )


Regards,
Joseph
#$2800 #hours #made #make free money at home #make lots of money fast #money #spending #whatsoever
  • Profile picture of the author Terry Hatfield
    Hi,

    Great post Joseph.

    Just goes to show everyone, money is everywhere not just on the internet.

    Now go make some more!!!

    Terry
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  • Profile picture of the author Always-A-Warrior
    Great job Joseph. I think you've found your goldmine.
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  • Profile picture of the author denoble
    Thanks Joe for sharing.I hope that by now you have already made more?
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  • Profile picture of the author strsinthesky
    Awesome thread! You can also do this with cpa marketing. -_^
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  • Profile picture of the author TheToolWiz
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
      Originally Posted by TheToolWiz View Post

      That's pretty cool. I don't know about your neck of Canada, but if you were in Arizona, you would have broken the law because you're not a licensed real estate person, but acting in the capacity of an agent.

      There are certain things that you need to be careful of -- treading in an area that's licensed by the State or Federal authorities without a license is very dangerous ground.
      Yeah, that's what I heard about the States... Well, I'm sure there's a way to go around this without breaking the law.

      Regards,
      Joseph
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      • Profile picture of the author Dave777
        Originally Posted by Joseph Park View Post

        Yeah, that's what I heard about the States... Well, I'm sure there's a way to go around this without breaking the law.

        Regards,
        Joseph
        You cannot be the property management or real estate company But you can help and assist property management companies... by offering and providing misc. services...

        Great post and idea! Could you imagine how much money is coming your way for Vancouver's 2010 winter olympics. I'm sure you're brainstorming and thinking out of the box on that one...

        Dave
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        • Profile picture of the author AndrewCavanagh
          I know people who are charging local businesses substantial fees basically just for putting up craigslist ads for them.

          The reason the businesses are happy to pay the money is...

          It brings them sales and makes them a whole lot more than they're paying the consultant.

          Deals like this can be very lucrative and you can even charge businesses upfront to start listing ads for them.

          One recommendation...tell them you'll be using a variety of methods to help them with their internet marketing then START with the Craigslist ads.

          If they work your client will see instant results with very little work and no money outlayed on your part...if they don't you can move on to another strategy.

          One word of caution...in different countries there are a variety of laws about taking commissions on the sale of houses and cars. It's often illegal without the appropriate license.

          So if you're doing it once for a friend...no problem.

          But if you're working on a larger scale you either need a license or you need to be charging some kind of set free (and from a business perspective it's even better if you charge 50% or more of that fee upfront.)

          Kindest regards,
          Andrew Cavanagh
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    • Profile picture of the author shane_k
      Originally Posted by TheToolWiz View Post

      That's pretty cool. I don't know about your neck of Canada, but if you were in Arizona, you would have broken the law because you're not a licensed real estate person, but acting in the capacity of an agent.

      There are certain things that you need to be careful of -- treading in an area that's licensed by the State or Federal authorities without a license is very dangerous ground.


      He wasn't acting in the capacity of a Real Estate agent. He wasn't brokering the sale or purchase of the property. He was helping a friend get a tenent.

      That is not in the capacity of an Agent at all.

      If he was brokering the sale or purchase of the property then yeah, he could get in trouble.

      But helping someone get a tenant even if he made some money out of it will not get him in trouble.

      If it did then newspapers would not be able to put rental ads in their papers.

      The key is did he broker the sale or purchase of the property? and the answer is no he did not.


      Thanks

      Shane_K
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanman
    This is great...Congrats.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lloyd Buchinski
    Craig's list has had some good results for me in Calgary, but the
    rentals section last time I tried was so packed my listing was off
    the front page in a few hours and not a call in 2 weeks. It is a
    bit up and down, effective sometimes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Roy Carter
    Hi Joseph

    Nice one! Sometimes when you need money fast you need to just think outside the box a little. I posted about this a while ago here...

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-new-post.html

    Just goes to show that if you have any entrepreneureal bones in your body then any recession shouldn't harm you much.

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  • Profile picture of the author SaSeoPete
    Great stuff Joseph, good post. I have never tried Craigslist, must check it out.
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    • Profile picture of the author united99
      Well done!
      It's amazing how much you can earn with a bit of lateral thinking.
      As for here in the UK, there's no licences that are required by law although there are some professional bodies it oculd be worth joining.
      So, pretty much anyone can set up and run with this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
    Hi guys,

    I've been away for 2 months and got back in town about a week ago.
    I just want to update you guys on my method I've used.

    Right after my 1st deal, I was looking for a tenant for my other client
    and had found two prospects. For 2 days, I've showed 3 houses and
    one of them signed the contract. Yay!!!

    And she graciously gave me 1 month's rent which was $1450.

    So all together, I've made $2800 + 1450 = $4250. Not bad for just few
    hours of work, huh? : )

    Regards,
    Joseph
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    • Profile picture of the author John Sullivan
      Hi Joseph,

      Well that is really a great way to make an easy $4000+ for a few hours work. I don't know about the legal side of things where you are but thanks for sharing.

      John
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  • Profile picture of the author bhevs
    Hi, Joseph thanks for sharing those info it will be very helpful especially to those who are still seeking for a job. You are really good in your work. congrats
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  • Profile picture of the author LB
    Depending on what state you're located in...this may be illegal.

    It is a great way to earn "finders" fees but keep in mind that some places would view this as a real estate transaction and you would be breaking the law.

    It depends on how the law is written where you live.

    Not saying that's right or wrong...it just is.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daisuke
    If only it was that easy... all the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author JonathanBoettcher
    congrats man - people get hung up sometimes on the ONE way they've heard to make money. Nice to hear people finding unique ways to do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Lee
    A great suggestion, and if only all offline sources were that easy to make money with! Nice tip and thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author dremy154
    Wow! That's GREAT!

    So, you said that you printed of the agreement. Was this a form available on craigslist?
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Whyte
    Joseph.... I lived in Vancouver for over ten years. Also sold real estate in Vancouver. You ARE breaking the law. If you are placing ads and Showing the property then acting as a go between for the client and the customer, you need a license.... Not sure of the current fines for this as I have been out of the market for a while, but back in the late 90's, it was $50,000 for breaking Provincial Real Estate Law.

    I suggest that if you are good at this you need to get your license and then grab as much of the market as you can.

    Else, leave it behind and move on.

    Have a Great Day!
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    • Profile picture of the author irving
      Congrats!! I can see how happy you are from your Profile picture
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
      Originally Posted by Richard Whyte View Post

      Joseph.... I lived in Vancouver for over ten years. Also sold real estate in Vancouver. You ARE breaking the law. If you are placing ads and Showing the property then acting as a go between for the client and the customer, you need a license.... Not sure of the current fines for this as I have been out of the market for a while, but back in the late 90's, it was $50,000 for breaking Provincial Real Estate Law.

      I suggest that if you are good at this you need to get your license and then grab as much of the market as you can.

      Else, leave it behind and move on.

      Have a Great Day!
      Hi Richard,

      Appreciate your comment. I just have a quick question for ya. I know that many realtors here in Vancouver use "unlicensed" assistants to show their listings. Are they also breaking the law you think?

      Just curious...

      Regards,
      Joseph
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      • Profile picture of the author Dave777
        Originally Posted by Joseph Park View Post

        Hi Richard,

        Appreciate your comment. I just have a quick question for ya. I know that many realtors here in Vancouver use "unlicensed" assistants to show their listings. Are they also breaking the law you think?

        Just curious...

        Regards,
        Joseph
        Guess we were thinking and posting almost exactly the same comments and opinion...

        Still can't see a problem and have you noticed all the misc. Olympic related real estate ideas and concepts starting up...

        Just one quick example...
        http://www.rentforthegames.com/

        Dave
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    • Profile picture of the author Dave777
      Originally Posted by Richard Whyte View Post

      Joseph.... I lived in Vancouver for over ten years. Also sold real estate in Vancouver. You ARE breaking the law. If you are placing ads and Showing the property then acting as a go between for the client and the customer, you need a license.... Not sure of the current fines for this as I have been out of the market for a while, but back in the late 90's, it was $50,000 for breaking Provincial Real Estate Law.

      I suggest that if you are good at this you need to get your license and then grab as much of the market as you can.

      Else, leave it behind and move on.

      Have a Great Day!
      Richard,

      I understand what you're suggesting but as I mentioned in an earlier post...
      You cannot be the property management or real estate company But you can help and assist property management companies... by offering and providing misc. services.

      In fact there are many real estate assistants (no license required) and services who place ads for realtors and do their open houses! How is that a problem as long as you are not miss representing what you do including your credentials etc.

      Dave
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  • Profile picture of the author lacraiger
    great job joseph.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
    I guess so. : ) Thanks for your comment, Dave. And yes, I see many incredible real estate improvements everywhere in the Greater Vancouver area due to the winter Olympics..

    I'm really looking forward to witnessing all the changes in Vancouver..

    Regards,
    Joseph
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    • Profile picture of the author Dave777
      Originally Posted by Joseph Park View Post

      I guess so. : ) Thanks for your comment, Dave. And yes, I see many incredible real estate improvements everywhere in the Greater Vancouver area due to the winter Olympics..

      I'm really looking forward to witnessing all the changes in Vancouver..

      Regards,
      Joseph
      I totally agree and for those that continually track misc. Vancouver opportunities on a daily basics as things get closer, one particular easy money making opportunity is domaining!

      The nice thing about it is you can really live anywhere you want. Ideas like this are available world-wide focusing on all kinds of key events and happenings! Here's another quick example for a little more food for thought...
      Rentals for the Games in the Winter 2010 - Vancouver BC

      Have fun making lots of money in Vancouver with the Olympics...

      Dave
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  • Profile picture of the author jhn2001
    Reading your post gets me jump up and down .Is there a way out that a non-us person can make out such deals for a US property ?
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  • Profile picture of the author donrock
    That was a pretty neat trick. Did you tell your friend how you did it or did you tell him if he needs more help to let your know?
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  • Profile picture of the author OmarNegron
    haha....good stuff man ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Katatonic
    I hope that they are good tenants though
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  • Profile picture of the author robie
    Congrats for you
    I hope I could do the same thing, too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sam Mlambo
    This is a great post. Once again demonstrating when you have an idea and you take action you can end up profiting nicely. I congratulate you Joesph on a job well done Wish you much more success in the future!
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
    Thank you all for your compliments.. By doing this, I just want to
    help out those who are suffering financially due to economic crisis..

    It's really a no-brainer. You just need to get your acts together,
    go out and take actions..

    Look, if you are serious about learning this method step-by-step,
    here's what I can do for you. You can either send me an email or
    pm me. I'll write up a a short instructional PDF guide and as soon
    as it's done, I'll send it to you..

    Complete FREE of charge...

    Make sure you leave me your email address; otherwise, it's
    going to take forever to pm all of you (remember, 300 sec rule?). : )

    Regards,
    Joseph
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Brendel
    Wouldn't this thread be better suited on a Real Estate related forum? I just don't see what this had to do with online (or offline for that matter) marketing.

    Maybe it's just me?
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
    Fellow Warriors,

    I don't think it's feasible to respond to everyone without making some people
    wait for days... so I've decided to just spill the bean right here in my thread...

    This is the exact step I've taken to find the 2nd prospects AND the tenants:

    Step 1:

    go to craigslist classifieds: jobs, housing, personals, for sale, services, community, events, forums

    Step 2:

    select your city, country

    Step 3:

    choose apt for rent

    Step 4:

    click on post

    Step 5:

    say you can help find your tenant and leave your phone number

    Step 6:

    once somebody contacts you, get all the detailed info about their house

    Step 7:

    mention that you charge 1 month's rent for helping out

    Step 8:

    post in the same category your ad with different name and number

    Step 9:

    once you find some prospects, show the house

    Step 10:

    if someone wants it, have them sign the contract


    That's it! This is the entire process and I haven't left anything out.

    Hope this will help many people out there trying hard to make a living
    during the financially difficult time like this!

    Make sure you click on "Thanks" so that I may know if this is helpful
    to anybody...

    Regards,
    Joseph
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    • Profile picture of the author Nealva61
      Thanks Joseph. We should all operate from a position of abundance for as the Book says "what a man soes, so shall he reap"

      Cheers!

      Neal
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    • Profile picture of the author Dave777
      Bottom line... Find condo's and real estate properties that just aren't selling due to the current economic times.

      Follow Joseph's basic overall idea reading the complete thread to have a clear understanding on all possible issues. Adjust according doing a little research and some homework on particular real estate methods used in your local areas regarding real estate rentals.

      Try adding a few innovative "twists" to the idea based on your locations and market conditions wherever possible. Complete your deals keeping all parties involved happy! Collect all your service fees. Rinse, repeat and perfect your methods as you expand on the idea...

      Quick basic example...
      "That's the great thing about having residential units like that: If you can't sell them, rent them,"
      :: Baton Rouge Business Report :: Making lemonade

      Dave

      Originally Posted by Joseph Park View Post

      Fellow Warriors,

      I don't think it's feasible to respond to everyone without making some people
      wait for days... so I've decided to just spill the bean right here in my thread...

      This is the exact step I've taken to find the 2nd prospects AND the tenants:

      Step 1:

      go to craigslist classifieds: jobs, housing, personals, for sale, services, community, events, forums

      Step 2:

      select your city, country

      Step 3:

      choose apt for rent

      Step 4:

      click on post

      Step 5:

      say you can help find your tenant and leave your phone number

      Step 6:

      once somebody contacts you, get all the detailed info about their house

      Step 7:

      mention that you charge 1 month's rent for helping out

      Step 8:

      post in the same category your ad with different name and number

      Step 9:

      once you find some prospects, show the house

      Step 10:

      if someone wants it, have them sign the contract


      That's it! This is the entire process and I haven't left anything out.

      Hope this will help many people out there trying hard to make a living
      during the financially difficult time like this!

      Make sure you click on "Thanks" so that I may know if this is helpful
      to anybody...

      Regards,
      Joseph
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  • Profile picture of the author spyxx
    Tons of money to be made online, but there tons more to be made offline.
    You Just Need To Look for Opportunity. Great Job Joseph!
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