Mailing people facing foreclosure

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Hi Everyone,

I've had 3 mail campaigns including probates, pre-foreclosures, absentee owners etc. I realized I never received calls from owners facing foreclosure. Then the other day, I found an article saying that in Illinois it takes lenders about 2.5 years to foreclose in a property. How successful is your mail campaign? How often do you send these letters? How do yellowletters compare to regular envelopes?

My state has strict rules protecting homeowners facing forclosure. I don't want to get in legal trouble so I don't even bother. My only advice for you is to make sure you have a hood lawyer... just in case.

Originally posted by @Jade Davis :

My state has strict rules protecting homeowners facing forclosure. I don't want to get in legal trouble so I don't even bother. My only advice for you is to make sure you have a hood lawyer... just in case.

Probably a good one would be better than a hood one but I don't judge and, who's to say a hood lawyer can't be good! Maybe a Lionel Hutz even!? :)

@Troy S.   bahahaha! Both a hood lawyer and a good lawyer would be GOOD ( or is it hood??) ideas.

I am typing with one finger on an iPad which clearly results in me advising people to find hood legal representation.