I usually work with investors from all around the country. Only a few seem to be buying at present. Most, as you, are looking to sell their properties. Actually, I have several investor's homes listed on this site.
If they are priced between $55 to 80K and there is a good ROI they will attract investors. Otherwise it may take awhile to market them. I suggest you select, contact and interview several local Realtors before deciding how you want to market your properties.
The key to selling for top net profit to you is massive exposure. I would suggest interviewing three top Realtors and comparing their marketing. You don't know who might purchase these homes...maybe investors, maybe people who plan to occupy them, so I would keep an open mind the buyer.
If you'd like a referral to a top Realtor to interview, you can call me at 1-888-284-2056 or via my Trulia profile.
I agree with several of the comments below, offer them as a bundle but also as individual homes. Get as much exposure as possible, via real estate websites, commerical websites and investor sites as well as MLS. There are a lot of investors looking for "good investments" right now. An investors main concern is "making the numbers work". If your homes are truly priced where investors will be able to maintain a positive cashflow, then you should not have a problem selling those properties.
If you chose to sell them yourself, you will be getting a lot of calls for homes in that price range. Are you ready to meet potential investors /homeowners to show the homes? This could potentially take a lot of your time.
Let me know if I can help~
nancy m bateh
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I am moving to Jacksonville and looking for good investment properties (mainly the ones with good rental history and positive cash flow). The range of your price also matches my criteria. Please email me at email@example.com with your properties address and the asking price.
I like Jacks answer below regarding bundling the properties as one way to attract a buyer for your properties. Before proceeding I would recommend that you have a brokers opinion of price worked out with each of your properties. There are lots of factors that go into a BPO. Such as rental history, vacancy rates, costs of ownership, location, property condition, tax burden etc. Once you have a very knowledgeable idea of current value you can plan your next step. Are you going to realize your investment after selling the property, possibly incurring a heavy tax liability or will you defer your tax liability by re-investing those funds in a different investment property. Perhaps one that will afford you a more secure income stream.
These are all questions I would love to speak to you about.
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