Why use professionally written real estate investor prospecting letters?
To stand out from the crowd with real estate investor messages that will cause homeowners to stop and consider the benefits you offer.
You probably already know that there are plenty of people who think real estate investment is just a bit “shady.” They think you take advantage of people in desperate situations – and buy their homes for far less than market value.
And… if you look at objectively, most of the “I buy houses” messages do give that impression. (Especially the ones tacked to power poles.)
Get the real estate investor prospecting letters that show homeowners how selling to you can benefit them.
The real estate investor prospecting letters offered here point out the advantages in selling to you – quickly and for cash. They focus on issues such as not being required to spend time or money on clean-up / fix-up, not having their lives disrupted by showings, not having to wait and hope for a buyer, and not having to pay a real estate commission.
Then they mention the stress factor. When they sell to you they don’t have to worry about the appraisal, the inspection, or the possibility that the buyer’s loan won’t close.
Click the links to read more about each real estate letter set, or use the “ADD TO CART” buttons if you’ve already done your research and made your selections.
Real Estate Investor Prospecting Letters – to help you buy more houses.
COVID-19 is affecting the real estate market, and it is creating opportunities for real estate investors.
Learn why, and get your COVID-19 Investor prospecting letters here.
Or… ADD TO CART
Don’t wait! A competitor could be plotting right now to snag another home that you want to buy!
Wishing you boundless prosperity,
P.S. Yes, of course I can help you with customized prospecting letters – just get in touch and I’ll create one or a hundred just for you. Real estate copywriting is my specialty, so I’ll also create compelling web copy, including blog posts if you so desire.
Write me at: marte@Copybymarte.com
Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net