Do you have your “listing eye” on tenant-occupied single-family houses that are owned by someone in a distant city?
Use this set of 6 real estate prospecting letters to help them make the decision to sell – with you as their agent, of course.
In this set of 6 prospecting letters to absentee owners of tenant-occupied single family houses you’ll find
- 3 letters that address and reinforce reasons why an absentee owner might want to sell –
- 3 letters that offer solutions to common reasons why they might be hesitating
The best marketing / prospecting letters enter into the conversation that your prospects might be having in their minds – or with their families/ partners.
These are conversations like:
- “That house in (your city) is nothing but a money pit. Every time I turn around something needs to be repaired.”
- “Why did I let George talk me into buying a rental so far away? All the profit goes to the property manager.”
- “We’re never going to catch up with what we lost in having that house vacant for two months – never mind the cost of the new paint and carpet.”
- “I’d love to sell that house, but I’d feel bad about kicking those tenants out when they’ve been there for so long.”
- “We should sell – but who has time to take off work and go to (city) to get it done?”
- “I’m tired of supporting that house, but it has appreciated in value since we bought it. Taxes would probably eat up all the gain.”
They’ll think you’ve read their minds…
When the absentee owners who are thinking those thoughts receive your tenant-occupied single-family home prospecting letters, they may think you’ve been reading their minds.
At the very least, they’ll know that you are someone who understands their problems. They’ll also see that you have the solutions.
Each letter offers a no-obligation market analysis to show those absentee owners that they have nothing to lose, and valuable information to gain.
Letter #6 addresses the 1031 exchange, so…
If you’re not already familiar with the rules, you’d be wise to do your homework and get acquainted with at least one tax attorney and Qualified Intermediary before using that letter.
Begin mailing to absentee owners of tenant-occupied single family houses before the day is over…
When you order, you’ll immediately be sent a download link to these letters in Word format in a zip file. Open the file, save the letters, personalize them, and get mailing!
When I write a set of 5 or more custom letters the fee is $75 each. You get all 6 of these letters for only $47. That’s a savings of $403 – and all you have to do is customize with your city name and your own contact information!
Are you also seeing vacant homes that have absentee owners?
If so, you might want to add the Letters to Absentee Owners of Vacant Homes set to your inventory.
Remember: When you order 2 or more prospecting letter sets at the same time, using the coupon code success will get you a discount!
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