|By PR.com Newswire||
|May 29, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
Plano, TX, May 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- A real estate investing company that also develops real estate investor websites, www.RealEstateInvestingWebSites.net, has released more newly upgraded direct response designs created to convert more website visitors to closed real estate deals.
These designs are created to capture instant attention from the website visitors, keep them constantly engaged and invoke action from the minute they land on the website. The end result is that visitors are compelled to act, such as signing up, thereby converting more visitors to closed real estate transactions.
Once they sign up, the websites are equipped with inbuilt auto-responders that send carefully-timed messages with helpful information that increases rapport and compels them to call or sign up to sell their house, or buy houses available for sale.
The websites come well optimized for search engines to attract leads automatically, especially targeting the local market right where they buy and sell houses.
A real estate investor ends up saving a lot of time and money, since the websites take over the role of marketing for new leads, follow-up and converting those leads to closed real estate deals.
These websites are fully customizable to suit any business needs and models for real estate investing. They are completely adaptable from a simple virtual back office that any real estate investor can use even if they are new to computers.
They also come loaded with numerous features that control all aspects of real estate investing, from buying and selling houses on retail, wholesale or terms, renting them, buying and selling notes, looking for private money investors, and other business models.
For more information, please visit www.RealEstateInvestingWebSites.net or call 214-227-8718.
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