Hot Market Real Estate Prospecting Letters
Hot market real estate prospecting letters let homeowners know that now is a very good time to list a home.
The COVID-19 hot market real estate prospecting letters stress the fact that now is a fine time to get your house on the market. There is a pent-up demand from potential buyers who have been unable to view homes for all these weeks since the pandemic began.
They’re ready to buy – they just need homes for sale!
Your new COVID-19 Hot Market real estate prospecting letters will show sellers how technology is helping buyers view homes remotely. Due to technology, buyers can narrow their choices or even make buying decisions without coming to the house in person. Or – they can visit in person only when it’s time to verify what they saw on line and finalize their choice.
Because many people are still fearful, your letters will be a reassurance that it really is safe to list their houses. They outline the precautions you and the people involved with listing will take to keep everyone safe. They even explain how offers, acceptances, and closings are being done with virtually no personal contact.
One letter explains why it is taking longer to close on home mortgages – so your sellers won’t panic and think something must be wrong when they can’t close in 30 days.
You’ll need to personalize one sentence in letter #5 with your city name and actual months of inventory. I wrote that sentence based on conversations with agents across the country who tell me inventory is extremely low – but if your community is different, you’ll want to eliminate it.
How much? Only $37 for all 5 letters.
Start building your listing inventory today…
More COVID-19 real estate prospecting letters:
Thanks to a request, you can now send your encouraging messages on postcards. This set is different in that it consists of 12 letters – 8 of which can be used as-is or slightly edited for use long after the pandemic is over.
This set of letters shows prospective home buyers how you can help them find, purchase, and move into a home while remaining safe from exposure to the virus.
These are letters to homeowners whose income has been reduced due to the pandemic. They’re an offer of help.