Does anyone have a direct mail piece they use for fire damage? Looking for a way to present to the seller it's better to sell and move on, rather then rebuilding.
In my farm area fire damaged houses are very few, I've used hand written notes and sent those to property owners.
A blanket (we buy properties, any condition) would also so the trick. Good luck to you
@Eric Armstrong Its really no sure fire way of doing at all my friend. Plus like you and me we all want to keep our property..Right
So at the end of the day it's not best for to sell, its more worth for them to find a solution to their issue. Why not you be the solution to try to help them solve an issue, and if you can't solve it then just who the will be selling their property to.
You got it..YOU
thanks @Zaid R. I'm looking to present them with a solution to their problem. My solution is for them to be able to sell the house for cash,as-is, and then combine that with the check from insurance company to buy a new house. I imagine some people don't want to wait 6 months for their house to be fixed and would rather buy a new place much sooner. Some may not know that is even a option.
@Chaz Reid No I'm not saying go find a general contractor. We all want to buy the property, but I'm saying go about helping them solve the issue if possible. Most of the time you can't help, so you offer to just buy the property.
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