Tulsa is an interesting investment market. Recently ranked number one in the nation for real estate investors.
Are these all homes you own an interest in?
Are these homes you are flipping?
Is your target market other investors?
Is your investment strategy long term cash flow?
Your strategies will be very different than if you are a listing agent for other owners homes ie;selling traditional SFR.
Attracting selling agents is perhaps a product of relationships. Do you have relationships with brokerages in Tulsa?
Can you build some? Do you show and sell other agents listings not just those you own?
Its an ecosystem economically. You need other agents with buyers in your price points and they need you with buyers in their seller's pricepoints.
Ultimately, you need to attract the buyer, its true. Have you held open houses with your pricepoint listed in the Sunday paper. How is your traffic? Have you talked to these customers directly? what do they want? Who are they? Sometimes at open house, when connecting directly its a lot easier to talk thru buyers needs if you are the realty pro/seller. You can listen for what they need and create a win/win. Then you dont need a selling agent, its You!
Best of Luck
Is it that Realtors don't want to show your properties or that buyers don't want to see your properties? The answer to that question could set you on the right path to your above question.
How much of an online presence do you have? 80% of those looking for houses are looking on the internet so if you aren't utilizing available internet resources you should! Personal websites, sites like Trulia, and social networking like blogs, Facebook and Twitter will help tremendously! It's just a matter of putting in the time to manage it.
The Cascade Team
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