Here is how to correctly price a land blind offer campaign – one of the top three most frequently asked questions.Read More
With the Pandemic of 2020, came temporary legislation allowing renters and mortgage holders to stop or delay paying landlords and debt holders with no real negative repercussions for their actions. This is unprecedented in U.S. history.Read More
The real estate dataset for the US is finite at about $150M properties. Three data providers are in a race to capture the most robust dataset for each property in this dataset; CoreLogic, First American, and Black Knight.Read More
My organization has purchased and sold about 16,000 properties since the early 1990’s which makes us the unwilful survivors of two economic recessions and one depression. We are heading into the next one coming off the most prosperous economic environment our country has experienced in about 5 decades.Read More
How to Use Paid Social Media to Sell Land (LA 1151)
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By S. Jack Butala We have been sending landowners offers to buy their land since the late 1999s. Just before I sat down to write this, I looked back to find out that we have sent about 1.2M mailers out over the years. I’m confident […]Read More
By S. Jack Butala There was a time that our companies relied solely on in-person tax deed auctions to supply our land sales chain. I was on the road in Arizona, New Mexico and California much of the year. These are some of my stories; […]Read More
by Jason Cochard for Land Academy Some of you know that I come from a film making background and that I’ve been working on a live-to-tape television show for a decade. The rise of online video has conveniently dovetailed my existing skill set and domain […]Read More
By Steven Butala How I bought 1,100 properties for $11.00 each and sold them for $500 each ($550,000). Just about every year most of the counties in Arizona hold what’s called a tax deed sale. The gist of it is as follows: Property owners fail […]Read More