When I first got started in land flipping, there was one platform online that assured me quick cash, easy cash, and amazing margins. We’re talking 200-300% return on investments. I’m sure you’ve heard of this platform and I’m sure you’ve used this platform, although some land investors still haven’t utilized this tool for their land investing business.
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Now, eBay is great, right? Although it doesn’t come without disadvantages. The biggest pitfall of eBay and why I don’t exclusively sell on eBay is that you’re not going to get the highest price. However, if you want to hold out for the highest price, you can list your properties on the MLS, and go through a realtor. But that could take three, eight, six, even twelve months or longer.
On eBay, I sell properties in a week. Especially when you are just staring out, it is a great way to get that cash flowing, to build your confidence, and start growing your sales and your customer base while building your list. eBay gives you amazing lead generation.
It’s really no secret, I love eBay as a sales platform. There are many others that I use as well online but when you first start out, eBay is a fantastic way to flip a property. If you haven’t yet jumped into selling your properties on eBay, I highly recommend you take the plunge and see if you can’t make some quick cash in the next 30 days.
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Again, the biggest disadvantage is that you’re not going to get the highest price but you are going to get the quickest sale and that’s a win. It is easy, so start building up your rating now on eBay. The quickest way to do that is to just buy coupons, or some other small, cheap item on eBay and make sure those people are giving you positive feedback.
In a nutshell, build up your eBay rating now before you’re ready to list your properties. Then once you do list your properties, expect a quick turn around on your investment!