The most important aspect of a real estate business is generating and managing leads. This is also the most time consuming part of the business. Now with Cameron's new real estate investor software, iFlip 2.0, investors can virtually put their business on autopilot and focus more on doing deals instead of on the management side of their business.
iFlip 2.0 has tools within the members area to help users evaluate deals, generate offers, estimate repairs, contact leads, market to buyers and sellers, and so much more.
Dunlap is allowing new investors to have access to the full system for 30 days risk-free for only
Even though there are so many tools within the system, it's not complicated to use. There are tutorial videos and informational videos within every section, so those that need help using the tools or need help learning which tools to use during each step of the deal process can also use the system with ease.
Investors that are new to the business can use iFlip 2.0 to learn the 'ropes' of investing and the proper strategies to use when pursuing their deals. Experienced investors can use iFlip 2.0 to help them manage their current leads, buyers, sellers, bird dogs, deals and more so that they can spend more time finding profitable deals.
The easy to use interface and advanced tools and features within iFlip 2.0 have made it the best real estate investor software platform on the market today.
For more information on iFlip 2.0 or to get started with a risk free trial while it's still available, visit http://www.iFlipRealEstate.com/trialoffer now!
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