Probate Leads: Alamance County, North Carolina
For over 15 years, USLeadList has been regarded as the "cream of the crop" in terms of real-estate pre-probate leads. Since our start, our service has created opportunities which have gained our customers tens of millions of dollars. Each month, our team generates an average of undefined new pre-probate records for Alamance County, North Carolina.
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Why Pre-Probate Leads in Alamance County, North Carolina?
Our pre-probate leads provide information about Alamance County properties that are going through the inheritance process. Often, the inheritors of these properties are eager to sell.
For the properties which are entering into into probate, the probate court process can be complex and time-consuming. Being the first party to plant the seed and express interest in the property will pay dividends over time -- Be sure to follow-up!
The probate process is complex and time-consuming. Individuals involved in the sale of the property may be motivated to sell rapidly to avoid additional bother. This scenario provides the opportunity for real estate investors to negotiate a lower price.
Our pre-probate list includes useful data about the property, including size, area, valuation, assessment information, and much more. For an extra fee, we will also include details for the owner (including phone and email).
In many instances, pre-probate properties are sold "as is". This provides opportunities for real estate investors to purchase properties at a discounted price and resell or make enhancements in order to increase their value.
What are "Pre-Probate" Leads?
While our Alamance County data contains probate leads, it is not limited to probate leads, which is why we consider ourselves a pre-probate lead list.
A vast amount of opportunity comes from the Alamance County pre-probate leads which ultimately do not enter the probate process or go to probate court.
In Alamance County, most properties which are owned by married couples are owned within a structure called a "Joint Tenancy". In the perception of North Carolina law, this ownership structure stipulates that upon death, the surviving spouse will immediately inherit the property without any need for it to enter into any probate proceedings.
In this circumstance, there are many reasons why the surviving spouse may want to quickly sell their house.
Perhaps they're overwhelmed by the upkeep of the home without their spouse to help them with maintenance
Maybe it is too emotional living in their family home without their spouse beside them.
Perhaps they now want to move in with other family.
Whichever the reason, simple probate leads would not be able to capture this type of opportunity, which is why USLeadList is the nation's best source of real estate data.Click here for your free Alamance County quote!
Do you have leads for Graham, North Carolina?
Yes, since Graham is the county seat, many of the incoming Alamance County leads will likely be from Graham.
How do you utilize these leads in Alamance County?
We advise sending a mail-piece to the family of the deceased, letting them know that you are interested in the property. We recommend utilizing first-class stamps so that USPS can be forward the letter to the appropriate person, if needed.
Avoid sending a "Advertising" looking mail-piece. The family is likely overwhelmed at the moment, so such letter are likely to be ignored. We suggest a simple letter in a non-standard sized envelope stating that you're interested in purchasing.
Given the circumstances, follow-up letters are often necessary and are especially effective for this list. To truly utilize this list's potential -- we recommend following up every 3 months for 12-24 months.
For an additional fee, we will also provide contact details (phone numbers and email addresses).
When communicating with these families, please be considerate. Given the circumstances, they are likely stressed. Remember, you are providing the valuable service of ease a burden from their shoulders.
Why purchase from USLeadList?
Before we publish our list each month, we check the addresses against the MLS and other online real-estate sites. Any property which has been sold within the past year is eliminated. We make sure our customers don't pay for leads which have already been sold.
We only sell each lead a maximum of three times (our competitors don't do this). This is to prevent any one area from becoming saturated with marketing. We want everyone to get a fair shot at a good deal, so we limit our own revenue.
Our Alamance County data is fresh and relevant. We source an entirely new nationwide list each month with data from every other county in North Carolina.
We have customers who have been utilizing our data with success for well over a decade and still going strong!
Without a good lead source, you're leaving money on the table -- There is opportunity in every neighborhood and USLeadList will help you locate it.
Who uses USLeadList pre-probate leads?
Our Pre-Probate records are relevant for agents, real estate investors, flippers, wholesalers, mortgage companies, brokers, lawyers, attorneys, title companies, and many other applications.
How can I purchase the pre-probate leads in Alamance County?
Make your way over to https://usleadlist.com/quote to select Alamance County, North Carolina and then proceed with the checkout process.