Hi Danny - Kudos to you for acting on the numerous comments you received in your previous post.
I think your website is greatly improved. Honestly.
Minor comments: I really like the great deals table. But it is very hard to read in small type. It is easier to entice if it is readable.
Overall, the website still feels a little slim. I would add a "Testimonials" tab and Page. Try to get your former clients to add investor like details to their testimonials. I actually read agent testimonials when considering working with an agent. How about a Links page, with links to local assessor, county record, etc , maybe Hud foreclosure and other links that investors might use in researching investment property?
Lastly, since you are trying to entice numbers oriented investors, put more numerical analysis on yr website. I understand you don't want to give away the "deal info" but you can show investors that you know the market if you give away market info. How about a year over year price trend analysis reviewing price changes, inventory levels, DOM, etc. If one neighborhood is selling but another is stagnant, show off your knowledge by highlighting that!! I would post this as a monthly blog to my web site. I would mention and include a web address for this data analysis in any print advertising that I might do.
Lastly, you are a Buyer's Agent, albeit a specialized one representing Investors. Put your Buyer Agent accreditation on your About Us page. And if you don't have any, get some. I usually tell agents that Buyer's don't care about inward industry focused real estate credentials. But in this case, where it feels slim, I do think it would help. It shows the buyers that you have made an educational investment in yourself.
Lastly, forgive me for asking but there is no indication on yr web site. How many of these invester deals have you brokered? If not a lot, then I think you need to take a more general Buyer's Agent approach to your website and keep the investor aspect as part of it, but not all of it.
Do you have research that tells you how big your client (investors in yr area) universe is? Are you advertising your services in the right print or web arenas to reach them? Is it possible that your investor base is too small? Are you in ActiveRain? Is there a commercial mortage broker you know that will refer clients to you and vice versa?
Danny, I think your database needs to be the gravy of your service but not the meat and potatoes.
I think you are on the right track by studying these issues. Good luck and pls keep us posted.
P.S. I reread my reply, and boy, I am opinionated, LOL. But I do invest in real estate, although not commercial, and I really check out a lot of real estate and agent sites. Hope it helps.