Flippa announces a new service. Sign up and they'll find "quality acquisitions" for you. They'll allocate you an "analyst" (I wonder who these "experts" are) who'll start with an in-depth consultation with you.
They'll then scan the market for you and alert you when an opportunity arises.
No, this service isn't cheap, but it is perfectly tailored to the needs of busy professionals. And the number of places is strictly limited so that we can guarantee perfect service for each participant.
They are not saying how much yet. Click the link to sign up and it just says, "Thanks, we'll get in touch".
Of course, there's the cheap way to do it - setup RSS feeds (see this) for the Advanced Search queries. How much can that be different from this Concierge Service? Heck, maybe someone can write a small program to sort the RSS feeds to further filter keywords/niches of interest etc.
In a related announcement, they've dropped the free - "worth $100" - A-List. A-List was good while it lasted and gave Flippa a chance to test the water and gauge the level of buyer interest. And to do it for free. Now that they're going to be monetising buyers it makes commercial sense to sever the ties with Flipfilter.
How much would this concierge service need to cost for you to sign up? If you aren't interested in signing up ... why not?