Classified ads (kinda long) - Posted by Eric (IL)

Posted by CurtNY on April 20, 2000 at 12:29:49:

You might not want to hear this but if $200 is too much for you to spend right now (comfortably) then wait until after the wedding. You’ll propably get more than enough money to help reduce your debt and get started with a ad or two your local paper. Just my 2cents.


Classified ads (kinda long) - Posted by Eric (IL)

Posted by Eric (IL) on April 20, 2000 at 09:05:59:

How much money typically comes in on a classified ad? My fiancee and I are trying to start doing REI (flipping) in our spare time, but we’ve spent two months spinning our wheels because we can’t find a deal. I’m considering placing a classified ad in the paper, but it costs $200 a month that I effectively don’t have. We really need the money to get us out of debt and pay for our wedding, and I’m looking into ways to get motivated sellers to call us. Sorry for the ramble, just thought I’d give a little background.

Re: Classified ads…try this - Posted by B.L.Renfrow

Posted by B.L.Renfrow on April 20, 2000 at 13:24:04:

Do you have a Pennysaver-type paper in your area? Those things are the best classified venue I have seen. It costs me $7 to run a 3 line “I Buy Houses” ad and the circulation is greater than any paid newspaper.

Brian (NY)