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Real Estate Letter: To Mail or Hand Deliver?

In summary, you can hand deliver the real estate letters to realty agencies, or you can mail them. If you mail them, you should talk to the agent and tell them you know them and that you are a professional.
For those of you who have used the real estate letters do ya'll mail them to all the realty agencies or do you hand deliver them? If you hand deliver them who do you talk to & what do you say to them?

Also is there a way that when you log on you can see all the responses to questions you ask or do you just have to remember where you asked the questions?


shanon
 
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I guess no one knows about the real estate question. But I would think that going into the office and speaking with someone would be best. They wouldn't dismiss your mail as junk, they would see that you are professional, and PERSONALABLE! That is so important in this type of business.
I have been thinking for a while that I'd like to go to the office of the lady who helped us buy our house - two years ago! She was so nice and helpful, and she gave us a $50 gift certificate to Lowe's Home Improvement. It was very useful...but ya never know...some home buyers may like a PC gift certificate more, and the agent would probably know the buyer enough to know which they'd prefer... a single lady may rather have $50 from PC! I know I would! :p
 
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shanon92 said:
For those of you who have used the real estate letters do ya'll mail them to all the realty agencies or do you hand deliver them? If you hand deliver them who do you talk to & what do you say to them?


I have taken the letters in and talked with an agent. It has always been someone I know already. I've not done it with a stranger...yet. Still I would suggest hand delivering them. Otherwise it would go in the junk pile.
 
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Shanon
 

1. What is a "Real Estate Letter"?

A "Real Estate Letter" is a document used by real estate agents or brokers to communicate with potential clients, current clients, or other professionals in the real estate industry. It can be used to market properties, provide updates on market trends, or offer expert advice.

2. How is a "Real Estate Letter" different from other marketing materials?

Unlike flyers or brochures, a "Real Estate Letter" is a personalized and targeted form of marketing. It allows agents to connect with their audience on a more personal level and build relationships with potential clients.

3. What information should be included in a "Real Estate Letter"?

The content of a "Real Estate Letter" can vary depending on its purpose, but it typically includes information about the agent or brokerage, current market trends, recent sales or listings, and a call to action for potential clients to reach out for more information.

4. How often should "Real Estate Letters" be sent out?

The frequency of sending out "Real Estate Letters" can vary, but it is generally recommended to send them out once a month or quarterly. It is important to find a balance between staying top of mind with potential clients and not overwhelming them with too much communication.

5. Are "Real Estate Letters" still effective in the digital age?

Yes, "Real Estate Letters" can still be an effective marketing tool in the digital age. While many agents may rely on email or social media for communication, a physical letter can stand out and make a lasting impression. Additionally, some clients may prefer receiving physical mail rather than digital communication.

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