Calling wholesalers bandit signs to say/Bankruptcy
The other day I called the real estate agency "Bandit sign". It was a Google Voice number. A lady left her name on the answering machine. It sounded amateurish, but who am I to say that she has hundreds of white signs near my neighborhood. She called me back and left me a voice message. Her voice sounded like she was high on a ton of caffeine or stimulants, all prickly and super-fast-talking, but still.
They are just a huge mix of signage, including the offers " ROI 15%", "2 bed 2 bath for sale" and "Wanted: 3 bed 2 bath house for Cash" and others. It's like she's just stirring the pot and getting the numbers. I don't know
I returned the voice message, leaving another voice message, and said I was looking into real estate investments, and asked if she could talk. I asked her if she needed any help with tidying up or putting up a sign.
I didn't get an answer. I wonder why? I'm being a pest, as Landowski upset when tire kickers respond to his ad? Is she an amateur? Does she think she can capture the entire market for herself? Was she too busy to talk to anyone other than those who had homes for sale?
I'm curious why there is no answer. Why is it a dead end when other wholesalers call your signs? How can you benefit from calling these signs?
The whole story looks suspicious, no wonder you didn't get an answer from them