Do You Want to Develop A Geographic Real Estate Territory?
It's a good idea - one that will save you both time and money. Creating a geographic territory can be one of the most rewarding, yet difficult, ways to build your real estate listing inventory.
Over time you can become the neighborhood expert that everyone depends upon, but when you begin to develop your territory, you're reaching out without having any idea if the people are interested in selling. And of course, many of them will not be interested. At least, not quite yet.
What's the solution?
Send them real estate letters that are gentle, not pushy. Offer worthwhile information. Create long-term relationships that will grow until the day each of those homeowners decides it's time to sell. Offer your friendship and assistance, and ask for their business without being pushy.
Here are the real estate letters you need...
Since you need that kind of letters, and since you're busy, I wrote those real estate prospecting letters for you.
Introducing: The Geographic Territory Real Estate Prospecting Letters
These letters are a little different from my other real estate prospecting letter sets, because in addition to personalizing the letters, you will need to do two things: