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If you’re curious how real estate investing can help you retire early, you have one thought on your mind: finding real estate at below market value.
One method for finding great real estate deals below market value is called Driving for Dollars – physically driving in your car looking for houses that appear vacant or distressed and offering to buy the property from the owner.
Our founders Dave Oster and David Lecko launched DealMachine to make Driving for Dollars more effective, and would love for you to test it out and hear your feedback.
Here’s our story:
Picturing a Better Life
A little over a year ago I read Rich Dad Poor Dad and I started actively seeking out ways to build my dream life on my own terms through passive income from finding, fixing, and renting Real Estate.
My plan of attack was to drive promising neighborhoods, find abandoned or foreclosed houses, and reach out to their owners with a cash offer to purchase the house.
I did this multiple times where I’d spend an hour driving neighborhoods and take 20-25 pictures of houses each trip.
Then I would spend 10+ hours cross-checking homes with Google Maps and County property records just to find the current owners names. Next I was printing, stuffing envelopes, and running to the post office. My goal was to send letters of interest in purchasing the owner’s house, personalized with a high quality picture of the house to grab the owner’s attention.
The more I drove, the more houses I needed to look up, and I kept putting off printing and mailing my letters.
The effort to find these deals was quickly becoming 10 times more difficult and time consuming than I ever imagined, and it made it difficult to continue looking for deals without a bunch of spare time.
It was because of this I built DealMachine for myself.
All you do is snap a picture of the house on the spot, verify the address, and DealMachine finds the owner’s name, contact address, and sends a letter with a pi
|Founded||May 17, 2017|