Posted by Redline on February 19, 2001 at 22:00:26:
You could ask a realtor for this - they may or may not give it to you. You can even offer to pay a realtor for his time in looking up things for you - you may have to do this since it sounds like you don’t already have a working relationship with a realtor.
Getting a list of expired MLS listings - Posted by Jim C
Posted by Jim C on February 19, 2001 at 21:44:31:
How do I go about getting a list of expired MLS listings? Can I just call up any Realtor and ask them for a list?
And is this a good way to attract possible L/O deals?
Thanks a lot!!!
Re: Getting a list of expired MLS listings - Posted by Mike C
Posted by Mike C on February 20, 2001 at 11:05:24:
I would try to find a Realtor interested in working with creative buyers. If you only want to do nothing down deals, then it might be tough. However, if you or partners have cash to buy rehabs, etc, then some brokers should be eager to help you out. If you are after expired listings, the broker may want a buyer’s agency agreement - which might still be to your advantage but be sure to cut a deal with them for the volume you plan to bring them. You might also want their help for other deals that are listed with brokers but still bargains.