Thank you notes, especially the hand-written variety, make a profound and lasting impression.
In spite of the fact that nearly everyone uses email today – or perhaps because of that fact – thank you notes make you stand out from the crowd. People are surprised and pleased when they find a personal greeting in their mail – and even more pleased to see the words “Thank you.”
So why doesn’t everyone use them?
Perhaps because most of us are in such a hurry. Or perhaps it’s because you can’t think what to say, so you put it off until “later” and it doesn’t get done.
This set of real estate thank you notes was designed to solve that problem and make it easy for you to send notes in a timely fashion.
If you want to be really efficient and make sure you send the notes immediately, pre-write them. Just leave room for the name and date so all you’ll need to do is fill in the blanks, address the envelope, add a stamp and drop it in the mail. (Be sure to store the pen with the notes so you’ll use the same ink when you add the name and date.)
I’ve included a dozen different notes for real estate buyers and sellers to be used at different steps along the way. They begin with a thank you for a listing appointment or the signing of a buyer agency agreement. They go on to thank you’s after closing. And for sellers, the after closing notes come in three varieties.
And then, because maintaining good will with other agents is important, you’ll find a note to send to the agent on the other side of the transaction.
To round out this collection, I’ve included a request for feedback letter and a list of suggested questions that should prompt clients to answer with more than “yes” or “no.”
So what’s the price?
Because these notes are short and because you’ll probably choose only a few to use regularly, you get all 14 pieces for only $27.
Wishing you boundless prosperity,
P.S. Yes, of course 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: firstname.lastname@example.org