I have a hard time finding tel #s for expired listings. Can someone give me great pointers?

Asked by Ana Pan, Florida Thu Jun 21, 2007

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Lisa Hill, , Port Orange, FL
Wed Jul 11, 2007
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I use anywho.com. Go to the Reverse Lookup section and enter whatever information you have.
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Bill Warren/…, , Mortgage Lending
Fri Sep 14, 2007
No matter how you find it, remember to check and make sure they are not on the National Do Not Call List!
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Stephanie Ed…, Home Owner, The Woodlands, TX
Sun Jul 15, 2007
I was going to say anywho.com too. Seems to be the most accurate. Good luck!
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Javier Varon, Agent, Carlsbad, CA
Wed Sep 26, 2007
Go to the door! Or just throw the ones without numbers away and call the ones you do get. Then go to the door if you've called every expired with a number at least 3 times a day.
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Perry Hender…, Agent, Austin, TX
Tue Sep 25, 2007
Write a handwritten note... It works better than a call.
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Damion Boyce,…, Agent, Lakeland, FL
Tue Sep 25, 2007
Ana,
I use http://www.whitepages.com and do a reverse address query. Good Luck.
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Rita Thieme, , Upton, MA
Sat Sep 15, 2007
I don't think the do-not-call list is a problem here, if Ana is looking to buy one of these homes. She's not looking to sell the seller anything.

Rita
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David Podgur…, , Boynton Beach, FL
Sun Jul 15, 2007
anywho.com and infospace.com both have reverse look up. Do be careful with Do Not Call Registries. Also, just because the MLS shows expired does not mean that the agent does not have their extension already. There could be other reasons it shows expired so be careful because you could be stepping on toes.
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Ralph Pratt…, , Roseville, CA
Thu Jun 21, 2007
Yes, get your Real Estate license and join your local board of Realtors. You'll learn all that sort of thing.
Web Reference:  http://www.ralphpratt.com
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Jeff and Che…, , 91436
Thu Jun 21, 2007
First of all Ana I would get the Do Not Call regulations which can be found at http://www.donotcall.gov/default.aspx . Since you seem to have access to the list I would guess you are an agent or are working with one. Since you seem to have the list it would probably serve you better to knock on doors or leave a note. Keep in mind that there are dozens of others trying to contact these homeowners so do not expect to be greated with open arms. Good luck.
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