Connected Investors Launches PinPoint Profits Real Estate Investment Software

Connected Investors, the world’s largest real estate investor social network and real estate investment technology provider just announced the launch of its latest software called PinPointProfits

Wilmington, United States - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

WILMINGTON, N.C. March 14, 2018 Connected Investors, the world’s largest real estate investor social network and real estate investment technology provider just announced the launch of its latest tech advancement that solves the deal flow problems that many real estate investors face.

PinPoint Profits puts powerful data technology directly into the hands of real estate investors who are seeking more effective ways to find off-market investment properties and the contact info needed to connect with owners through through text, email or even social media.

“We’re using the latest technology and advanced proprietary algorithms, smart data filters and overlays to give real estate investors unparalleled and direct access to motivated seller properties in all 50 U.S. states,” said Marty Coyne, Connected Investors’ CTO.

“Initial testing by select members of the Connected Investors community indicates that both new and advanced real estate investors found the new investment property locator to be easy to use and resulted in property data that accurately pinpointed potential investment properties,” added Coyne, who has led the development of numerous fintech tools for investors since joining Connected Investors.

Connected Investors goes live with the brand new service on March 15th, 2018. With the launch, Pinpoint Profits represents a giant leap in prospecting, real estate lead generation, and deal flow in the real estate investing space.

Speaking about the new product and launch, Connected Investors’ Chief Executive Officer, Ross Hamilton says, “We have finally opened the door to big data that was once only available to big corporations. PinPoint Profits allows the individual real estate investor, agents and businesses to access the mass numbers of ‘off the grid’ motivated seller inventory.”

While some of this information has been available in a fragmented way in the past, it has largely been held captive by big data owners and the wealthiest organizations and corporations. The structure of the new software and accessibility provides a gold mine of data worth billions to those looking to flip houses, acquire rental portfolios, or lend private capital to front line investors engaging with sellers. While few would be as brave or generous to share this information, Coyne says, “We have seen so many incredible stories come out of the open platform and sharing approach we have taken so far, and saw such a huge need for this for investors, sellers, and the real estate market, that we simply couldn’t hold it back. The initial response during testing has been incredible and we expect the same with the upcoming launch.”

Hamilton added, “While homes listed on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) may be scarce and creating artificially prompted bidding wars, there are still millions of vacant homes, pre-foreclosures, and other distressed properties. These are off-market opportunities that until now, most people had little access to. Scrounging up these properties has been largely restricted to piecemeal DIY efforts by local property investors or paying for inaccurate mail lists.”

Pinpoint Profits service completely changes these dynamics. It puts every single vacant, out of area owner, pre-foreclosure, courthouse auction property, and probate deal on one interactive online map. It provides addresses and all available owner contact details as well. Adds Hamilton, “It is a complete cloud-based software solution for the modern investor. It makes everything up to now look like using smoke signals or using carrier pigeons to reach the best buyers and sellers.

This latest product release adds to Connected Investors comprehensive software and investor training lineup along with an investor ecosystem that has been connecting sellers, buyers, and investment property funding through their social network since 2005. Through Connected Investors’ lending platform CiX.com, investment property funding requests exceeded $25B in 2017, representing 250% year over year growth.

Find out more about the features and benefits of this new service,

" target="_blank">see the demo, and request access to the database of over 500,000 motivated sellers at http://www.pinpointprofits.com

About Connected Investors:

Connected Investors brings the Fintech revolution to Real Estate Investing. Leveraging the largest social networking community dedicated to real estate investors, CI’s software solutions, online marketplace and social community connects buyers and sellers with real estate investment opportunities – providing a vast inventory of off-market properties, bulk property packages and an aggregated Crowdfunding gateway – all of which can be funded through Ci’s centralized real estate investment funding portal, CiX.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Bill Brinkley
Organization: Connected Investors
Address: 1844 Sir Tyler Drive, Wilmington, North Carolina 28405, United States

For more information, please visit http://connectedinvestors.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 312869

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