I think Brad is right in using Internet Marketing. One of the most important things I have learned in terms of Marketing is that you have to utilize "Acquisition Channels". For Property Preservation, you may not get very far on twitter...not saying you cant get anywhere..there are realtors on there that you may be able to network with..but I have never personally tried to do that.
A small list of Property Pres Advertising Acquisition Channels(I may have to create a blog with more related to property pres if people want more information)
a. Use Wordpress, its cheap, easy, and fast.(I can also build you a wordpress site(shameless plug
b. Dont spend more than $5 on a URL, you can get URLs for a $1.00
c. You will need a webhost: Godaddy is great, they have 24/7 staff
2. Email campaign
a. Send out emails to Realtors biweekly
b. Use a service like Mailchimp to maintain your email list(its free)
c. Use sites like Yellowpages, Yellowbooks, REONetwork, etc to find potential clients(keep in mind that yellowpages is the only one that has the email address available.) I dont recommend manually copying and pasting, rather use a service https://import.io/
again free, and it can "scrape" the email information from the website and put it on an excel sheet.
d. Also try your local library, find out if they have database services like EBSCO, or AtoZdatabases as those may be your best resources. They have 50 million companies on those databases. They are awesome.
c. If you have a website, but no email address try: https://emailhunter.co/
as they can find the emails related to a domain(URL)
d. Another option, is to use a service http://lukewarmemailer.com/
to get the email addresses from twitter accounts. I know a lot of realtors use twitter, so this is another option. They have a free trial, and the pricing is pretty affordable
There are also many other tactics, but I don't have time right now to really go over those
When you are doing your email campaign, you may not get business every two weeks, but work may slowly trickle in until word of mouth really spreads.
As a side note, if you want to try the twitter route, you can find some twitter automation options, that will target realtors accounts etc: https://tweetrocket.co/
I may try to use this software to market to realtor twitter accounts in the future. If I do I will let everyone know the outcome.
I am not personally associated with any of this software by the way, but I have used them, and I know they work.
...I think I may have pretty much repeated what Brad had said