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Earn Money as a Property Finder (Real Estate Bird Dog)

Anyone looking to be a Property Locator (Real Estate Bird Dog) and make a lump sum of money will discover a strong foundation in today's flourishing real estate market. Anyone who is motivated and has a love for the industry can benefit from this lucrative work-from-home opportunity. With virtually little financial, legal, or business risk, it's an excellent way to generate money when flipping houses.

For this position, we are looking for candidates who are highly motivated. This is a remote position. Property Locators (Real Estate Bird Dogs) work as independent contractors under a joint venture agreement with Trending-Media-Solutions LLC, to receive a percentage of the earnings at each closing.

Job Description:

This individual locates properties with substantial investment potential and then sends the property information to us.

Property Locators (Real Estate Bird Dogs) generate leads by searching for properties [that are vacant, distressed, value-add, stabilized, or abandoned] in highly marketable areas (desirable neighborhoods) with some of the following characteristics: unregistered and unlicensed motor vehicles, high weeds and grass, decayed/damaged leaking roofs, open storage of trash and debris, broken window glass; flaking/peeling paint, and so on.

Requirements:

Off-market properties

Pocket listings

Commercial or residential one (1) to four (4) unit properties

Internet access

Smartphone

Transportation

Compensation:

The distribution of funds shall be 5% of profits per property closed on. Your percentage of funds will be sent via PayPal, bank transfer, or check.

We're interested in ALL distressed properties

We are interested in ALL distressed properties such as Pre-foreclosures, foreclosures, bank-owned, short sales, physically distressed, fire damage, etc. 

 

 Work-From-Home

Earn Cash Finding Distressed Properties

 
 

REAL ESTATE BIRD DOG


There are numerous ways to break into real estate investing: becoming a real estate agent, flipping houses, and even bird-dogging. Each of these paths represents an opportunity to bolster your finances and connect with real estate professionals in your area. These positions can even be a great place to start your real estate investing business.


Between these options, bird-dogging is unique in that it takes no money to get started. However, it will demand rigorous research and networking to be successful. You can use bird dogging to earn enough capital (and connections) to land your first investment property with the proper diligence. 

We are NOT interested in properties listed with realtors, FSBO’s (For sale by owner), listed on Zillow, or any on-market properties. Any properties submitted we are not interested in will automatically be deleted. 

To locate distressed properties, follow these three simple steps:

1) Identify a Property

The first step is to identify a vacant, abandoned, or distressed property. A distressed property may have tall grass in the lawn, an overstuffed mailbox, boarded windows, or an overall unkempt appearance. 

2) Take Some Photos

Taking pictures of the distressed property will always help to strengthen your case. It helps us to make our primary evaluation quickly. So, when looking for a suitable property, don't forget to bring your camera phone.

3) Provide Extensive Details

Submit all properties below with relevant information such as a physical address, contact information for any owner or caretaker, visible issues with the property, your personal opinion about the property, and so on.

To begin read and sign the Property Locator Agreement then start submitting properties through our Property Locator Submission form. Once we receive your submission we will start making calls. We will notify you of any new status updates on the lead. Please be patient with the process as we work on your submission.

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Frequently Asked Questions?

 

What Is A Bird Dog?

A bird dog in real estate is someone who researches off-market or undervalued properties and presents them to real estate investors in exchange for a flat fee or percentage of the net profit from the deal. Bird dogs are not licensed real estate agents, and instead, get started by working with other bird dogs or simply building a network in their market. The name bird dog comes from hunting, where trained dogs find fallen birds for hunters. It is now commonly used in real estate, as “bird dogs” find investment properties for other real estate professionals

How Bird Dogging Works

Bird dogging involves a lot of market research and the ability to find undervalued properties consistently. Bird dogs will typically search for foreclosures, bank owned properties, and distressed homes. They can rely on the multiple listing service (MLS), direct mail campaigns, bandit signs, public records searches, or simply driving around to find properties. Bird dogs must gather as much information as possible about the property before presenting the opportunity to an interested investor. The bulk of a bird dog’s time will be spent identifying potential properties within their market area.


After finding suitable leads, bird dogs will briefly analyze the deal’s potential profitability before reaching out to an investor. At that point, they can present the property and information. Bird dogs earn money when investors decide to buy the property and can earn either a fee or a percentage of the profits for their services. Bird dogs must work to constantly expand their network of investors to ensure they can pass any suitable properties along and earn money for their research. A bird dog’s success ultimately depends on their ability to find properties and convince investors of their potential.

Bird Dogging Pros

There are numerous perks associated with successful this method. Not only could this profession bring you financial gain, but it can also set you up with several other benefits:


Networking Opportunities: Bird dogging will require you to build up a network of motivated sellers, real estate investors, and more in your market area. If you take the time to form relationships with these clients, you could find yourself with valuable connections later on in your career.


Hands-On Real Estate Experience: Experience is crucial to any profession, but especially in real estate. The more properties you work with, the better you will get at spotting and securing great deals. This method offers an excellent beginner-friendly way to learn the ropes of real estate.

Bird Dogging Cons

There are some potential downsides to consider before you jump into this role in the real estate industry. Here are a few cons to think about as you learn more:


No Guaranteed Income: As a bird dog, you are not on anyone’s payroll, meaning you will only earn money when you successfully connect investors to properties. If you get busy with other commitments or fail to refer properties consistently, then your income will decrease accordingly.


Time Is Money: The research required to be a successful bird dog will take some time. You will likely refine your lead generation techniques over several months, and it will take time to build relationships with investors. Depending on your schedule, it can take weeks or months to accomplish your first referral.


Research Intensive: The most challenging part of your job as a bird dog will be learning to differentiate between viable leads and properties that are not a good use of your time. Be careful of any opportunities that sound too good to be true, as they could take up your time and ultimately fall through.

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