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RE: Real Estate

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by GrassBlaster, Sep 23, 2003.

  1. GrassBlaster

    GrassBlaster LawnSite Member
    Posts: 153

    Anybody got an example of a letter sent to a Real Estate company that they would be willing to share? You can post it here or email it to me at mitchl@wave-net.net.

  2. redbull

    redbull LawnSite Member
    Posts: 182

    a letter for what, trying to get them as a customer? i'v had some (repeat some) luck calling the individual agents. The agent is the one in charge of their listing. If you have microsoft works on your computer, there are sample letters for a lot of different things
  3. 1MajorTom

    1MajorTom Senior Moderator
    Posts: 6,074

    You should consider purchasing the templates that Sean is offering.

    They look good, and they are easily customizable.
    I used one of the templates to send out a couple of letters to a few select real estate agents that sell some decent homes.
    I had to add a few lines and change a few things on the template I used, but it was easy to do. Within 2 days I had calls from the 3 agents I sent to.
    We ended up picking up two houses which we started maintaining in April, and we're finishing up this month with both of them since they are now being sold. We got paid directly from the homeowner selling, not the real estate agent which I liked.

    This was the first line I added to one of the templates:

    Dear (insert Realtor's name) ,

    A lawn can be a welcome mat to any home, especially in the eyes of a potential new home buyer. If you ever need someone to take care of a property while it is waiting to be sold, look no further. We can help.

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