I have a self-directed 401K LLC with checkbook control. It is much easier than constantly contacting the custodian. Also, you have access to all investments, such as crypto, stocks etc. You still have to make the initial contribution to the custodian, which is then transferred to your LLC bank account. I am using it for cash flow properties that I hold which is cleaner in my opinion. >> Short-term land flips, consulting, and other business I am using the LLC Scorp and operate as a business. Furthermore, the LLC Scorp can have a solo 401K and you can stuff it with Employer and Employee contributions while offering a strong tax mitigation strategy. >> I agree with the Roth ira strategy too, especially if the property is going to have massive appreciation.
Searching for vacant land in AgentPro247 - what's the best plan?
I am trying to search for vacant land in AgentPro247. What option should I use to sign up with AgentPro247?
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Sam Williams if you're using AP247 to pull lists for direct mail, I think it depends on the number of leads you want to generate on a monthly basis. All the plans allow you to search for vacant land, so it's just a question of how many records you want to pull
Practically speaking, the least expensive way to get started is to use "Pay As You Go" Data Dollars ($30 minimum), so you can just pay for what you want to use. If you find that you're using it a lot, and you'll continue using it on an ongoing basis, then it might make sense to sign up for a formal plan that charges you monthly... but until then, you might as well make the smallest commitment you can.
Seth Williams I signed up for the "pay as you go" until I see how much I actually need. I'm having a hard time finding addresses. Most of the lists I'm pulling have no addresses. I check RVL, and the size with the counties. Am I missing something? I'm starting in Virginia, because it's where I live and I guess it feels comfortable. Any info on flipping land in Virginia would be greatly appreciated.
Danielle - are you referring to the property owner's mailing address or the address of the property itself?
If you're looking specifically for vacant land, you'll find that most properties don't have a registered mailing address yet. This is very common.
If you're referring to the property owner's mailing address being blank... that sounds like a more fundamental issue with the county's database, since that's one of the most basic elements that ought to be included for every record you find. In that case, I would try looking in a different county altogether.
Seth Williams I got it. The address doesn't appear until you purchase the list. Thanks for your reply!
Danielle - I sent you an e-mail regarding AP247.
Karl James Hey Karl, do you mind messaging me?