Florida Real Estate Leads
by Lanard Perry
(Real Estate Marketing Talk)
Florida Real Estate Leads
If you could pick Exclusive Florida Real Estate Leads when you want them, would you? Ones that have money to buy, sell or exchange real estate?
Of course, you would… and now you can! And you can do it by zeroing in on professionals with incomes who easily qualify for mortgage loans, and that's assuming they need them!
Here's an Exclusive Real Estate Lead Example
Let’s consider Licensed Veterinarians as one of the many opportunities available in Florida, and in any other state for that matter. Also, the opportunities are equally abundant for other professionals, including but not limited to attorneys, doctors, dentists, advanced registered nurse practitioners, psychiatrists, psychologists, registered nurses and the like.
A primary reason to select Veterinarians as a target audience is because they are plentiful in the State of Florida! There are more than 4100 of them registered in the state.
If 4100 is too big of a number to wrap your head around let's take a look at the numbers in a few cities, which are still pretty impressive. There are approximately...
- 550 in Miami
- 310 in Ocala
- 170 in Ft Lauderdale
- 30 in Sunrise, and
- 160 in Tallahassee
Here's an example of what the numbers look like by county...
- 570 in Alachua County
- 280 in Brevard County
- 850 in Broward County
- 710 in Dade County, and
- 160 in Leon County
The second reason to target, niche market veterinarians has to do with their salaries! When I last paid attention, veterinarians make good money. As professional people, their salaries tend to be upper tier along with doctors, attorneys, judges, dentists, etc.!
Specifically, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average Veterinarian salary in the United States is $108,350 and in Florida the average salary is $116,220.
Understandably, individual salaries can vary significantly from state to state and city to city, with amounts typically being in the higher end the salary range in large populated cities (like Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Tampa and the like) and in the lower range in rural and less densely populated areas.
Here’s a quick look of what that might look like in the following cities, per reporting by salary.com
- Jacksonville - $93,103 average / the range is $73,125 - $118,148
- Tampa - $93,496 average / the range is $73,434 - $118,647
- Orlando - $93,447 average; with a range of $73,395 and $118,584
- Gainesville - $89,380 average / the range is $70,201 - $113,424
- Ocala - $88,791 average / the range is $69,738 - $112,676
- Alachua - $89,262 average / the range is $70,109 - $113,274
Visit Salary.com to explore salaries for these and other professionals that you might be interested in sourcing!
How to Find Florida Real Estate Leads Like These
Okay! I think you get the drift. Marketing to veterinarians can be highly profitable – there’s a high probability that they’ll have a higher earning capacity than many prospects you’ll encounter and they’re relatively plentiful!
So, how do you get there contact information! Call me and I’ll be happy to provide you with a confidential, no obligation quote that will be hard to pass up! My contact information is available via the “contact me” tab!
The decision is yours! You can continue working with leads that struggle to qualify for mortgage loans needed to purchase a home, or work with professionally people who have the income to qualify for both homes and investment properties!
Hope you enjoyed the article and that it expanded your awareness of real estate leads in Florida and elsewhere that have impressive earning capacity to buy homes and invest in real estate. resources financial wherewithal to possibilities of how to target market niche groups of people and just how lucrative it can be to work with prospects who you know have substantial incomes!
Here’s to Your Continued Real Estate Marketing Success!
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