I have some leads on couples going through divorce in my area. The problem I am having is finding any examples of letters I can send to market to these coupes in this situation. Can anyone point me in the right direction so I can get some sort idea on how to generate a letter for these couples gong through this extremely difficult time in their lives?
Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
I am copying/pasting below a letter I use for these type of leads:
I am a cash investor, who is looking to purchase homes in ______ County.
I understand that you are in a situation where you have to sell your house or
investment property, cash in and/or relocate (choose one of the options) and
you need to do it quickly.
You have enough to worry about with the changes in your life going on, and
I am sure you would prefer not to list the house, waiting for the market to
change, before you can move on.
We have experience in dealing with difficult real estate problems and we do
understand that time is of the essence. We have the resources and the
knowledge about taking this property off your hands quickly and for a fair
I have been in a real estate for a long time, and I am a private buyer, not an
Please let me know if interested.
@Laura Alamery How does that seem to be working for you? Also, thank you. I have a better idea on how to craft my letter.
Divorce filings are not my main core lead generation funnel, but I purse them if I see them in preforeclosure or Notice of Default, or tax delinquent.
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