Vacant homes and vacant lot records are some of the most sought-after property data for real estate investing, wholesaling, house-flipping and property management.Owners of vacant homes and lots are often quite motivated to sell their properties, so they are typically much easier to buy than occupied homes, and give the buyers a large profit margin when they resell the property.
All vacant home records come with property address and owner’s mailing address. Choose cell number, landline or email addresses to add your list.
Target your audience of absentee home and property owners with a toolbox of 10+ demographic filters, including – Age, Length of Residence, Credit Rating, Home Value, Built Year, and more!
Then select your contact channels. You can get a simple mailing list or include cell & landline numbers plus email address!
Vacant properties make up just over 3% of Datazapp’s motivated seller records. These records are some of the rarest but hottest leads available to real estate investors.
Absentee Homeowners: Some people call them “Out-of-State” owners. These homeowners own a 2nd home or multiple investment properties. They make up the biggest portion of”Motivated Home Sellers.”
Vacant Homes: Homes which were reported vacant within past 3 months, and mail delivered to these addresses are returned.
Real Estate Investors: As the name suggests, these are people who own more than one property, and/or invest in home/apartment/condos for short or long term income.
High-Equity Homes: Home owners who have 70% or higher home equity.
Seniors: Home owners aged 72 and older. Many seniors want to downsize for their peace of mind.
Empty Nesters: A unique group of home owners, their kids have left the home for college or other reasons. Empty Nesters often want to downsize their homes at this stage.
Growing Families: Families who just had a new baby within last 24 months! Many families at this stage consider getting bigger homes for their toddler to crawl, run etc. and need to sell their current home.
Owner’s with Poor Credit: Homeowners who show indicators of bad or poor credit and financial stress.