How To Make $1,000 Finding Properties

Are you looking for a unique way to make money? Have you considered finding vacant houses in Maryland and earning money from them? Guess what? You can make up to $1,000 finding vacant or unwanted houses.

earn $1000 finding vacant houses just like this property in Baltimore

Keep reading and I will show you how to find vacant or unwanted houses in your area and explain the two ways you can make money from them – up to $1,000!

You can always use an extra $1,000, right? And if you pay attention to what I am about to tell you, this could be the easiest grand you’ve ever made. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not and it’s totally legit.

So, how can you get started earning money for finding houses right away?

#1 Way to Earn Money Finding Houses

Find me a vacant house in your area and I will pay $500 if I can locate the owner and close on the property.

So how do you find vacant houses. Well, that’s easy. In fact, it’s as easy as driving, walking, jogging or biking around your own neighborhood.

an overgrown yard like this one is an excellent indication that a property is vacant or ready to be sold for cash

Do you see a house with a roof that is collapsed? Or lots of broken windows? Or an overflowing mailbox? A yard with overgrown grass or one strewn with litter could indicate a vacant property. These are all telltale signs that no one is living there any more.

Even handmade “For Sale” or “For Rent” signs are excellent indications that the owner of the property wants to sell their house fast.

we by houses for sale by owner all over Maryland just like this one

So what do you need to do to cash in? It’s so simple: just write down the address and send it to me. I track down the owner, make a deal on the house, settle on the property and give you $500!

This can be in ANY neighborhood. I generally buy houses for cash in Maryland, but I can make a deal in any area of the country.

It really is that easy!

#2 Way to Earn Money Finding Houses

Make me an introduction. If you have a family member, friend or colleague who has a house that needs to be sold quickly, please introduce me to them ASAP. If I can make a deal on a house that you found me via an introduction to someone you know, I will pay you 10% of my fee – up to $1,000 – when I close on the property. I’m sure you could use an extra $1,000, right?

houses that are inherited are often unwanted and ready to be sold fast for cash

Why do these people want to sell? They may have inherited an unwanted house from an older or deceased relative. Perhaps they have a house that just has repairs they can’t afford, like a new roof or nonfunctioning HVAC system, and they just want to cash out and move on.

They may be a tired landlord, sick of dealing with non-paying tenants or fixing toilets at 2:00am. Someone may need to sell a house fast due to relocation for their job or maybe they are military and have to do a Permanent Change of Station (PCS). A fast relocation often requires a fast home sale that can’t always be achieved with a realtor. Finally, you may know someone that just needs to downsize, perhaps an empty nester. They have been living in a large house for decades, haven’t upgraded or fixed anything, and just want to sell fast and move to an apartment or condo.

tired landlords often want to sell their rental properties so they don't have to deal with non paying tenants or expensive repairs

These are all situations that require a fast sale of the house, usually without a realtor who may charge up to 6% in fees. Not to mention 8%-15% in closing costs for the homeowner.

If you know anyone in these situations, you can make up to $1,000 just by introducing me to them!

Of Course I Do Have Some Rules For You

I can’t just write you a check for $500 or $750 or $1,000 just for finding me a lead. I actually have to close on the property for you to get paid.

There are also some other rules regarding the types of properties that I pay for.

In the simplest terms, any property you locate for me CANNOT be listed with a realtor (on the MLS or otherwise), it cannot be listed online (Facebook, Craigslist, FSBO, etc.) and it cannot be a mobile home. It has to be OFF MARKET, meaning that I am the only one that knows it is potentially for sale by owner.

Is This a Legitimate Way to Make Money?

I have personally paid out $2,500 in 2022 to folks who have found me properties. An old colleague found me two houses for sale by owner in Maryland, via introductions, and I paid him $1,500. The two properties were in Annapolis and Fredrick. I also paid $1,000 to a hockey teammate and his wife for bringing me an old property owned by their family in Hyattsville.

This is real money for almost no time invested. If you can find a gig this easy that pays you up to $1,000 then go for it! Otherwise, find me properties in Maryland and other places and I will gladly pay you for the ones I close one.

How Do You Get Paid for Finding Houses for Sale in Maryland?

Well that’s easy. Once you find a vacant house or you are ready to introduce me to someone who is ready to sell fast, just email be or call me at (240) 424-0423.

Call me or email me TODAY and be on your way to earning extra income finding houses for sale.


Who’s Really Behind “We Buy Houses” Signs?





we buy houses in maryland sign

How many times have you driven past a corner in Baltimore, Glen Burnie, Pikesville or Westminster and seen one of these signs screaming at you? I’ll bet it’s more than twice a day. At every major intersection in the state of Maryland, you see one of those signs. I guarantee it.

Full disclosure: I do buy houses. It’s my business. But I can also assure you that you will NEVER see one of those signs with my phone number on it. It’s not my style.

Does it work for other investors? Absolutely. Is it legitimate? Most of the time.

So if those signs are legitimate, and these folks are investors just like me, then why shouldn’t you call the number?

The answer: CREDIBILITY.

we are BBB accredited home buyers and have a 5 star Google rating

Honestly, would you trust your biggest asset – your home – to someone who just puts a phone number on a sign and attaches it to a pole or light post? Or would you rather trust a local home buyer with a 5-Star Google Rating, a Better Business Bureau A+ Accreditation and a verifiable track record?

A credible, transparent, honest cash home buyer in Maryland does not need to hide behind a nondescript sign and a phone number. It’s that simple.  

Don’t get me wrong. I certainly commend these other Maryland cash home buyers hustling around town, putting up hundreds of signs in the wee hours in the morning. I admire the passion and drive. But again, good luck verifying most of these folks. In fact, many of them are actually out of state investors who pay local folks to put out the signs for them. And when you call the number, you could possibly be talking to someone who’s not even in the country.

If you are like me, you don’t make a commitment to any service professional – doctor, lawyer, mechanic, contractor, etc. without doing an extensive search on the internet. You want to see if they are who they say they are and, most importantly, you want to see what other folks are saying about the quality of their work and their customer service. I do not ever hire a professional or make a consumer purchase without doing my homework.

The best part about dealing with a business like mine is that you can easily find all of the information you need just by typing in a few words on Google.

When you are selling your house, it’s not the same as selling an old sofa on Craigslist or Facebook. You are selling the place where you come home to every night after work, where you raised your children, where you barbequed with your neighbors. And when you are ready to move on, for whatever reason, you want to make sure you are trusting the sale to someone who knows the importance and who knows the neighborhood.

Selling your home should not be taken lightly. And if it’s a situation where you can’t sell it with a realtor, do you really want to entrust the place where you built your life to a phone number you saw on a handwritten road sign?

Here are some situations where you usually can’t sell your home with a realtor for the best result:

Expensive Repairs

Fast Relocation

Tired Landlord

Inherited Property

In any of those situations, you want to deal with a home buyer who has experience in those areas. You won’t find that information on a sign at an intersection. It’s 2022, and having the ability to research businesses is your path to making the right decision when it’s time for you to sell your Maryland house.