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Absentee Owner Real Estate Prospecting Letters
Are there vacant homes in your territory that you’re just itching to list and sell?
Here’s a set of a dozen absentee owner prospecting letters designed to get a conversation started with those owners.
Since the houses aren’t currently for sale, the letters suggest reasons why they might want to consider selling – and point out why selling now is a good idea.
Six of these letters could be sent to any absentee owner with a vacant house. They mention the expense and liability of owning a vacant home. They also remind owners that homes can deteriorate when unoccupied.
See a sample right here…
The other six are more specialized. When using them, you can mix in any of the “general” letters to lengthen your drip campaign.
- One is to estate executors and one is to the heir who inherited a house in another city.(If probate homes are your focus, take a look at the probate letter sets – targeted to executors and attorneys.)
- One is for vacant homes with mortgages in default. (If you’re already using one of my distressed seller letter sets, you can add this one to that campaign.)
- One tells the owner that you have a buyer who asked about that house in particular.
- Two letters touch on the headaches associated with renting – and one of these is for owners whose houses appear to be “abused” by the current tenants.
Every real estate prospecting letter includes the call to action, and each assures the reader that getting in touch with you carries no obligation. Most do include the offer of a market analysis and some offer your market report.
If those vacant homes are getting under your skin, get this letter set today and start reaching out.
It’s too late to do it yesterday!
So – How much? Only $67 for all 12
Wishing you boundless prosperity,
P.S. Need other letters? Choose from more than 40 other sets right here.
P.P.S. Yes, of course I can help you with customized real estate 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