Tips for Maximizing Your Results with Vacant Houses


When it comes to doing deals, one of my favorite lead sources is vacant houses.

Now that it’s so easy for me (and you) to get access to these powerful motivated seller leads via the Vacant House Data Feed, I wanted to share a few of my “Pro Tips” that’ll allow you to get to your next deal even faster!

Vacant houses are a great lead source for investors because there is no “For Sale” sign, so it’s reasonable to presume they are not in the MLS and are not being marketed, at least with any degree of effort as F.S.B.O (For Sale By Owner) properties are.

…Which means no one knows about them! (A HUGE opportunity for you & me)

If they’re not in the MLS, the investors who are focused on the MLS, which is the vast majority, don’t know about them. Similarly, if they’re not being marketed as F.S.B.O., investors who are focused on that part for their business are not seeing them either.

Then if you consider that we all suffer from the “we don’t know what we don’t know” syndrome, it becomes easy to see why this is an almost stealth segment of the investing market and ripe for the plucking by those who are in the know.

In the video above, I pulled the lead I’m working on from the Vacant House Data Feed. It took me about 45 seconds in total. This powerful tool allows me to easily search for verified vacant houses, all across the country, from my desk! If you haven’t tried it out yet, I highly recommended you do so now.

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Once you get your account opened, review this video again for some powerful tips that’ll massively improve your success rate with vacant home owners and put your next profit check in your hands in record time!



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11 thoughts on “Tips for Maximizing Your Results with Vacant Houses

I have researched vacant properties with minimal success
Due to the country assessor stating the owner lives in the property
which is clearly not the case! A 3/3 I found recently is in an excellent n’hood but hasn’t been maintained for years and when I peaked inside, it’s FULL OF TRASH!! I mean full. This is the address of homeowner and there’s no longer a mailbox! It doesn’t look like he’s been there in well over a year…! This has been my usual experience w/vacant homes, not the exception.

That’s a great situation. We call it a “matching address” property.

The solution is to do a skip trace to help locate the missing owner.

Your apparent discouragement by this situation is extremely common and makes the opportunity even better!

How should I respond if the vacant property owner ask me where did I get their phone number from?
From the offer generator which offer should I present the seller?

In this video you say not to mention that the house is vacant,but in your Vacant House Lead script you mention “that it came up on our radar screen”.


Exactly. You get to decide why it came up on your radar screen. The point in the video you’re referring to is simply that it being vacant should not be the reason.

I have found that many (approx 20% -25%)of the vacant homes ARE on the MLS (I’m also a Realtor). Is there no way to have the system eliminate these ? If they’re on the MLS, they are likely syndicated on most of the typical real estate web sites. Can’t some clever computer geek (I say that in a positive way) figure it out ?

So please make this clear for me Cam.
I have the trifecta program. Is this any different especially since it was released in July and I had my trifecta before that. If there is a difference can you just add it into the trifecta?

I came across my first vacant house deal and everything was looking up. But another investor beat me out because I couldn’t come up with 1k for escrow. I could have sold the contract for a tidy sum.

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