The “I have a buyer” real estate prospecting letters
These “I have a buyer” real estate prospecting letters are the ones to use when you really do have a buyer and can’t find a listed property that suits them.
Use them with care and be ready to produce that buyer, because people are naturally just a bit skeptical of that statement. As I’m sure you know, it’s been used too often by agents who merely wanted a listing.
These “I have a buyer” letters stress the fact that you have a buyer interested in owning a home in the neighborhood. They state that you (or the potential buyers) think theirs might be suitable – NOT that they will absolutely buy this house.
One of the letters in each set address the fact of seller skepticism. It’s there, so there’s no reason to leave it as the proverbial “elephant in the room.”
These “I have a buyer” letters make it clear that you are not just fishing for a new listing. Instead, they ask for permission to view the house and perhaps to bring the buyers to see it. They also offer to prepare a market analysis for sellers who might be interested after learning their home’s market value.
Click the links below to see the differences between these four sets of I have a buyer real estate letters.
As it says, these are for landowners. The first letter asks for permission to stop by and talk and to show the owner statistics on recent land sales.
This set is for sellers who don’t want the uncertainty of going through an appraisal or inspection period.
The I Have a Buyer Letters for homeowners in distress
These are for sellers who may be underwater. The letters offer to explain the short sale process.
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