An internet search will turn up plenty of prospects. Be sure to do due diligence. Look at the investor's experience and I would recommend selling to an investor who is more rehab oriented if your house needs work as MOST of the time we will pay more. There are tons of wholesalers in our market who are looking to get your house under contract at the very lowest price then "flip" the contract to someone like me who will then rehab it. In short, we mostly work off the same formulas that have been around for many years to ensure that we don't lose money on a project but wholesalers will take the formula then and add their fees which ultimately come out of your pocket as the seller.
The agents and brokers below may be a resource if you have time to sell, the house is in good condition and there is no rush or pressing need to sell. I recommend to any seller who calls me that agents sometimes are your best route. If time is of the essence or the house needs lots of work then that is when the investor route is the way to go. Hope that helps.