New Buyer in the Phoenix Market

Jonathan Dalton, Phoenix Real Estate AgentYesterday I discussed skipping the middleman if you’re looking for real estate in the Phoenix area. While geared to my friends north of the border, the advice really applies to anyone. Unless you want to be an enabler for this:

Hello Jonathan,

We received a homebuyer lead who is looking for property in your area. Following is the information the homebuyer submitted

Property Type: Any Type
Bedrooms: Any
Baths: Any
Price Range: Any – Any
Click here to view more details about this lead


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If the above description sounds like you and what you’re looking for, feel free to give me a call or send me an e-mail.

[tags]real estate lead generation, real estate buyers[/tags]

Jonathan Dalton

Jonathan Dalton is a 40-plus-year resident of the Valley and has been helping folks buy and sell homes since 2004. He can be reached at 602-502-9693 or info at


  • Nick Bastian 10 years ago

    Do the guys at emailflyerads have ANY brains? 🙂

  • Misty Lackie 10 years ago

    Hey Jonathan – just wanted to apologize for the bad email lead. When we 1st launched the leads alert program it was fully automated by the buyers who were subscribing. It basically worked like this…

    1. Home buyer submitted web form with their requests.
    2. Our system emailed home buyer with the info they submitted and required them to click a link to confirm the info was correct and that they would like to receive listing info that matched their requests.
    3. If buyer clicked the confirmation link from their email it was marked in our system as a double opt-in and Agents were emailed.

    After doing it this way for a while we discovered that some buyers were submitting bad info like the sample you are using.
    We have since added additional requirements in the form fill our process the buyers fill out and an additional proofing step in the process. Our support team now spot checks all double opt-ins before alerts are sent to Agents and before they are added to our lists. If an optin looks bad, our support team rejects it and sends the buyer an email informing them their request to be added was rejected. The proofing is more manual on our end but we feel its worth it to avoid bad leads.