How to Get Real Estate Buyer Leads in 8 Steps

DIANA BOURGEOIS | February 12, 2019

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Real estate buyer leads refers to lists of individuals or businesses interested in buying a property. Their contact information is typically obtained through paid services like lead generation companies but can be acquired for free through manual efforts. Real estate buyer leads are key to making consistent sales and earning commissions.

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