Obituary letter and Who to send to? - Posted by david
Posted by david on September 15, 2003 at 22:32:22:
OK everyone. Since the obits (obituaries) come out on a daily basis in my town in NY I see that as being a possible niche for leads for motivated sellers. NOW, I go through whitepages.com to see if I can find the addresses of the homes that the people that died lived in. If I can find the address I send them a letter. Now my question…I would like anyone who has sent out mailings to obits to comment on my letter. How should I change it? (if at all) Should I mention my sorrow for their lose? AND I am reading the obits to see who survived the death person. Most times it is a son or daughter, maybe a husband. Then I am addressing my letters to that person(the person who survived the dead person). Is that how should I do it? Please help, my letter to the obits is below…THANKS in advance TEAM…
September 15, 2003
Your property at 22 Glen pl. is just what I am looking for. Would you be interested in selling it for cash, if I can close within 14 days? If so, there’s no closing costs or fee to you.
Please understand I can only buy a few properties each month. When you are ready to sell, call me as soon as possible because I am looking at several homes to buy in that same neighborhood.
You may be saying, “my house needs repairs” or “my house isn’t perfect”. Guess what? That’s fine! Repairs and renovations are just my cup of tea! I buy properties that need some tender love and caring.
If you want an offer on your property, call me on my cell number (which is the best way to contact me) at xxx-xxx-xxxx. Just ask for David!
(xxx) xxx-xxxx Cell
P.S.-Do not worry, there are no fees or commissions to pay either. I am just interested in your property and would be happy just to chat with you for a few minutes to see if there is anything I can do to help you solve your real estate situation. Please call me today.