If you want to cast a wide net like this it has to be vague, it sounds like your usual message, omitting the address, would be a good starting point.
Yeah, I’m thinking something like
“Im looking for investment property and I saw your name on a home...”
Has anyone tried ringless VM as a first touch?
@Kevin Olano Yes we've actually been focusing on batch skip tracing our list and sending out voicemails through Slybroadcast rather than direct mail. The response has been great, much better than DM and it's where all my focus is now. We are working on quite a few good leads that came from RVM as a first touch. The key is to leave a vague message like @Chris Burnett mentioned above. Hope that helps!
I have personally successfully sent out RVM's and gotten responses from people in pre-foreclosure. In my message, I audibly flipped through papers (seriously put them right next to my mic) acting like I was trying to find their specific info and then said "well anyways" and then said that I was looking to purchase homes in their area and asked them to call back if they were interested.
@Chris Burnett @Favian Duarte thanks for the advise. I think I’m going to use a pretty standard VM for all different kinds of leads to establish a baseline call back percentage then try different thing for each type of lead. Maybe have my wife leave messages too to see if a women’s voice is more affective.
wow! There is great info here. I have been looking into using slybroad cast. The advice here is making it easier for me to move forward.