Investor Websites - Posted by Gdollar

Posted by luke on April 03, 2007 at 07:09:42:

That was just a general comment. I recommend you have one. It really doesn’t matter which one as long as it looks professional.


Investor Websites - Posted by Gdollar

Posted by Gdollar on March 29, 2007 at 14:34:39:

Who out there actively uses a website to solicit buyers and sellers? What site (s) do you recommend. I’ve seen they are all over the map on start up and hosting fees…some really expensive (Jeff Adams) and others really cheap. I’m sure, like anything, you get what you pay for. Do you get the return for money spent on an expensive sight?

Re: Investor Websites - Posted by S FL. Rich

Posted by S FL. Rich on April 04, 2007 at 19:32:42:


I’d definitely recommend a web presence. I’ve been really surprised by the amount of deals we’ve picked up from our online form. Many people would rather go online at their convenience, then talk on the phone – That’s fine with me.

We use

They’re REALLY GOOD at customizing it for you and you can list properties – have online forms – etc.

For an example, you can check out our company page at:

Best of Luck,

Rich Urban
Ultimate Apprentice Program Mentor

Re: Investor Websites - Posted by kghutson

Posted by kghutson on March 31, 2007 at 19:45:01:

I am using They have online templates you can use to create your site, they host and also submit your site regularly into search engines. Ihave used them for 5 years…outstanding service and never 1 problem. They have a deal where you can get a nice webpage and hosting for $5.00 per month. Everything is provided for you.

Re: Investor Websites - Posted by Berno

Posted by Berno on March 30, 2007 at 08:19:28:

I do not recommend Half Price Hosting. They are a pain to deal with and they have terrible service. I don’t have much traffic yet, so I just check my website every couple of weeks. I checked one day and my site wouldn’t come up. The server that hosted my website went down…they never even told me about it! After I submitted an online help ticket, it took a full day for them to get my stuff figured out. Turns out they lost all the content that people had uploaded to that server (real responsible!) Worst hosting company I have dealt with.

Network Solutions is a bit more expensive but they offer outstanding service.

Just my $.02


Re: Investor Websites - Posted by michaela-CA

Posted by michaela-CA on March 30, 2007 at 04:55:05:

Try If you go through their websitetonight
div, then you can buy a 5 page website, with templates, that you can change to your specifications incl. hosting for $ 5 per month. Even technical moron I has been able to figure this out ;-). If you buy the website first, then godaddy will allow you to buy 1 website address for $ 1.99


Re: Investor Websites - Posted by JR

Posted by JR on March 29, 2007 at 20:05:49:

These look cool and are affordable.


Take out the space. Somehow it sets off the censor.

Re: Investor Websites - Posted by Luke

Posted by Luke on March 29, 2007 at 19:14:16:

A website serves two purposes:

  1. Gives you credibility
  2. Saves you tons of time explaining what you do.

I’ve sold a copy of mine to a few investors that liked it for $350. They just changed some of the content.
I adhere to the K.I.S.S. rule.

I recommend one though.


Re: Investor Websites - Posted by Murphy

Posted by Murphy on April 02, 2007 at 22:28:55:

You said you recommend one, which one?

Re: Investor Websites - Posted by todd williamson

Posted by todd williamson on March 30, 2007 at 22:01:50:

I like your site luke, I might be interested in buying a copy!!!