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Old 06-09-2017, 06:45 PM   #1
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General Contractor In Las Vegas


Hello everyone,
I just registered here. I'm GC in Las Vegas, and I do rehab/remodeling mostly on REO properties or fixer upper. Right now, work is slow, I have couple of customers waiting for loans etc.
So, what websites (if any) do you use to get work? Also, what is the most efficient way to get new clients ? Thank you!
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Old 06-09-2017, 09:32 PM   #2
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Welcome to CT!

I'll all word of mouth.

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Lot of Contractors told me that, but I started my business in Vegas less than a year ago, so I don't have many people to recommend me, especially because I was lucky to find couple of real estate agents and property managers and I have been remodeling their reo properties. So I'm trying to find more work through website leads, but no luck so far! Home Advisor is way to expensive.
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When I work with clients I do a number of things to bring in jobs fast. The main thing is running Facebook ads. I just launched a campaign for a remodeling company in Northern California it's been running for 4 days so far. My clients only spent $23 on ads and so far weve set up 4 appointments and closed one Kitchen remodel from that.

With these lead gen companies your going to pay $50+ per lead and your going to need about 10 leads before you even set up one appointment. Not to mention they send the same lead you paid for the 3-4 other of your competitors. I also connect my clients with realtors, investors that need rehabs done ect and have a pretty cool method of doing it.

I'm a little different because I ACTUALLY own a remodeling company here in Southern California (of course I dont work with anyone in my area) and I practice what I preach and teach every single day so I can do stuff for my clients that I already know works instead of gambling.

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