Manage All Your Seller Leads With The CRM System

The biggest problem we had with the Automarketer was that we were getting to MANY leads. A great problem to have, but it made it hard to keep up with them all. We built this new CRM system to help you manage your leads.

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  1. Michael Hickmott
    August 3, 2015 at 6:56 pm · Reply

    Joe is your CRM System for sale? If so how much? If I don’t buy yours (if it is for sale) then what is out there that you would recommend?


    PS Do you use any “data Strippers”? If so how can I get one?

    • Joe Crump
      August 5, 2015 at 1:16 pm · Reply

      Yes, you can find out more about it at this site

      The CRM is included in that program. So it not only finds the leads for you, it also allows you to do effective follow up.

      That program also scrapes data and sends emails, voicemail and textblasts to potential leads for 2.5 cents each – so it’s the cheapest most effective lead generation system around.


  2. March 9, 2015 at 2:47 pm · Reply


    This is GREAT. Ready to get started on this. Had so many CRM’s I’ve used but really need an investor CRM that works with your system.
    Automarketer is working great and getting several leads and contracted a couple.
    Thanks for all you do….
    BTW read your book and it was really good.

    Joe Bayarena

  3. Daniel Byun
    March 9, 2015 at 1:01 pm · Reply

    Hi Joe,

    I have a question. If a seller would agree to Subject To the existing mortgage, how long will the mortgage period last?
    The mortgage should be renewed in every five years in Canada. If the seller won’t renew the mortgage any more, then how can I do?



    • Joe Crump
      March 13, 2015 at 4:53 pm · Reply

      Hi Daniel,
      You are taking it subject to the existing loan, so the terms are the same as the loan.

      If it’s a loan that needs to be renewed and the borrower can’t do that, then you have to sell it by then.

      But also remember – if you are in Toronto or another higher end market that is over $200k, Sub To is not the best method – most mortgage payments above that amount can not be covered by the market rent. So make sure you only take properties that have positive cash flow.

      Good luck,

      PS – Consider doing the ‘For Rent Method’ instead.

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