Do you specialize in marketing and selling multifamily properties?
If so, you know that you’re required to know things that most residential sales people don’t know. Multifamily real estate, like commercial real estate, is a specialized field.
Not all sellers realize that the skills that sell single family residences are different from the skills you’ve developed to successfully sell multifamily properties. So, they go ahead and list with a residential specialist.
Then their property sits on the market unsold.
If you want to rescue those sellers and help them get their properties sold, you need to help them understand the difference.
And that’s why I wrote a set of 7 multifamily real estate prospecting letters.
Along with pointing out your specialized skills, these multifamily real estate prospecting letters suggest reasons why they might want to sell, even while rents are climbing.
They also warn those sellers that today’s favorable conditions may not be around for long. High rents probably will, but the low interest rates could suddenly disappear. I didn’t mention it in the letters, but with the way government has been trying to “fix” the real estate market, anything could happen. I sure wouldn’t want to tell anyone that these low interest rates are here to stay.
So get your copy of the Multifamily Real Estate Prospecting Letters, add your personalization, and start gathering new listings.
At only $47 for all 7 letters, you can’t go wrong.
Want more multifamily real estate prospecting letters?
Multifamily properties are like any others in that they sometimes go into default. To get the multifamily real estate prospecting letters to help those property owners, click here.
And, as I already mentioned, when they’re listed with the wrong agent, the listings often expire unsold. To pursue those listings, click here.
Wishing you boundless prosperity,
Remember, I can help you with customized prospecting letters, web pages, brochures, postcards, newsletters, and agent bios – just get in touch and let me know what you need. Write me at email@example.com.