Real Estate Investors…
Are you searching for multifamily properties to purchase?
Are you wondering what to say to encourage multifamily owners to talk with you?
Then get this set of 7 Investor Multifamily Prospecting Letters.
These real estate investor prospecting letters will help you encourage multifamily property owners to sell – and will demonstrate the reason why selling to you is an advantage over listing with an agency and waiting for a buyer.
Owning rental properties is not always fun and games, as you well know. That means at least some of those multifamily property owners are having second thoughts – and having conversations with themselves about selling.
They reinforce thoughts the owners might be having about the hassle of dealing with tenants; the expense of making repairs; the high cost of deadbeat tenants; and the allure of turning their equity into cash.
Each letter offers a no-obligation meeting and an offer within a specified time after viewing the properties. (You specify the time frame.) Then they reassure the owners that you do have the financing in place to be able to perform.
Since you’re agreeing with their thoughts that owning multifamily properties might not be the most fun, they also answer the owners’ questions about why you would want to buy.
How much for 7 letters that could considerably increase your portfolio of multifamily properties?
Check out our selection:
- General Prospecting Letters for Investors
- Investor Letters to Purchase Homes in Probate
- Investor Letters to Owners of vacant homes
- Investor Letters to Absentee Landlords
- Investor Letters to Purchase From Homeowners Who Are Behind on Payments
- Investor Letters to Purchase From Homeowners Who Are Divorcing
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