Real Estate Photography Jobs Sales Letter Sample!

There are many ways to attract new photography clients to your business. Using a photographer sales letter is one of them.

I am a photographer and videographer myself. I have been around amateur and professional photographers for quite some time now and I can safely say that most photographers are terrible at marketing.

Most believe that using marketing material that uses salesmanship to attract new clients is beneath them. They are like many artists and college graduates who believe that if you create great art and you keep your work in front of prospects they eventually buy your stuff.

There is some truth to that. But if you want to attract new clients faster rather than crossing your fingers because you took some great photos lately you need to get out there and promote your services to potential clients.

Marketing To Real Estate Agents Using A Photographer Sales Letter!

Recipients Name
Recipients street address
City, State, Zip

Dear (Name),

As a real estate agent, you understand the importance of quality photographs in attracting potential buyers for a home on your listing. Continue reading Real Estate Photography Jobs Sales Letter Sample!

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Probate Prospecting Letter To Executor!

Generating real estate leads in the probate niche is requires you to target the right person in charge of the estate and/or estate plan with a prospecting letter. If you target the wrong person it will not be as effective. Usually the person you want to target is the Executor of the state.

You can buy a list of probate properties from several sources online. If that interests you let me know by using the contact form.

After you get the list create a probate prospecting letter and mail it. After a week mail another follow up letter.

If you don’t get a response keep them on your list and use your print newsletter as a tool to keep in contact with them. Eventually over time I am confident you will generate a lead to two from this small targeted list.

For more tips please read the ideas and techniques below this sample probate prospecting letter.

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Real Estate Prospecting Letters To Seniors!

One of the fastest growing segments of the population is the senior demographic. After World War II ended there was a large increase in babies being born (between 1946 – 1964).  If you were born between these years congratulations, you are a Baby Boomer.

Baby Boomers also have a high home ownership rate. I came to thinking that perhaps this could be a good market to specialize in, especially if the area you live in has a large number of Baby Boomers.

In my opinion there are two ways to generate leads in this market using sales letters and/or postcards (at the beginning).

Here are a few options to consider: Continue reading Real Estate Prospecting Letters To Seniors!

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Realtor Marketing Letter System!

Although a realtor marketing letter system can be costly the returns can be well worth the investment.

Heck, one new client can pay for one marketing system several times over so perhaps you should test direct mail yourself.

There are no guarantees a direct mail sales letter will work. But if you have the money and patience you can generate a consistent flow of new clients every year. However, you can’t just send one letter and expect the phone to ring.

Is There A Secret To Direct Mail Real Estate Lead Generation?

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Real Estate Investor Letter System!

A well thought out real estate investor marketing letter system can produce qualified leads. But you have to do it properly and you have to be consistent not only in your messaging but in your follow up marketing letter system.

Often a marketing system fails because a short cut was taken to save money. I understand that. Direct mail marketing is costly.

But I am confident that if you choose a good list and send a well written sequence of letters (seven to ten days apart) and they have the right messaging you can get a deal or two in the pipeline, and perhaps more.

The following letter sequence is an example that you can model (or get ideas from) for your marketing campaign.

Real Estate Investor Marketing Letter #1:

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Realtor Referral Request Letter!

Referrals are the lifeblood of any real estate agents career. Without them you will always be spending time chasing a new client.

Sometimes you need to poke your current clients with a letter to remind them that you are there to help them or anyone of their friends or family that you can help them find property, a home, or even relocate.

Referral Request Letter Sample For Real Estate Agents.

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Mortgage Broker Letter To Homeowners!

Interested in farming local homeowners for leads and referrals? First you should  send a mortgage broker introduction letter and follow up with several more letters, postcards, and a newsletter. This way you farm your local area and get your name in front of homeowners who may have to refinance or get a new loan in the future.

As with most farming letter sequences you should use a promotional item in one or two of your follow up letters. This item can be anything that a homeowner will use regularly over time so that your name stays in front of your prospect long after your letter is thrown in the trash.

Mortgage Broker Introduction Letter #1:

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For Sale By Owner Prospecting Letter!

Homeowners who try to sell their homes by themselves often discover how difficult and risky the task can be.

Many of these for sale by owner (fsbo) homes are listed for one of several reasons. The main reason is usually because the owner does not want to pay the commissions to agents. It can add up.

But what they may not have considered is the fact that a real estate agent can usually get a house sold faster and for a larger amount than someone who is not an experienced agent.

Plus, there is quite a bit of risk, legally speaking. I am not a lawyer but I do know that it’s much better to have a large real estate company backing up the legal issues that can and will arise.

I know I am preaching to the quire so I’ll get down to prospecting fsbo’s with a letter system.

One of the key factors in getting your for sale by owner prospecting letter to work is to be consistent with your follow up. You can’t expect someone who has listed their property for sale to suddenly have a change of heart and call you right when they get your fsbo sales letter.

So you have to mail consistently for several months, even for a year to two. That’s why I am a big fan of print newsletters because they are engaging, helpful, and they keep your name in front of your prospect every month.

I digress. Send a series of two or three for fsbo letters and then follow up every month preferably a newsletter, or a series of postcards and letters thereafter.

It takes time for an owner to realize they need professional help and you have to be there when that change of heart occurs.

For Sale By Owner Letter Sample #1:

Recipients Name
Recipients street address
City, State, Zip

Dear Mr./Ms. (name),

Hello there! My name is (name) and I was helping a client of mine find a property in (name of town). I drove past your property at (address) and noticed that you’re selling it yourself.

Wow! That’s pretty impressive. As a professional realtor, I know how much work that takes, and I admire your efforts and entrepreneurial spirit.

I’d like to help you out by giving you a free up-to-date market analysis for your neighborhood. Having this extra information can help you get the best price and results possible.

If you’re starting to feel overwhelmed by the process (and no one could blame you for that!), feel free to give me a call or shoot me an email. This free market analysis is just the beginning of what I can offer if we work together.

As you consider your options, keep these facts in mind:

  • As a realtor, I already have an extensive network and may be able to find the right buyer for your home quickly. I also know how to market to the right audience.
  • I’ll be able to give viewings when you’re at work or busy.
  • Potential buyers tend to feel more comfortable with realtors. They’ll generally be more honest with me.
  • I know exactly how to stage your home and take beautiful photos to help potential buyers fall in love with the idea of living there.
  • I can get your home listed on the MLS, which gets more buyers’ eyes on it. (Even if you don’t decide to work with me, I’d recommend doing thisbut you’ll need to pay for it.)

The price of using a realtor is probably one of the factors that convinced you to sell your home yourself. But, believe it or not, you may actually be losing money this way. The 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers by the National Association of realtors found that “the typical agent-assisted home sale typically has a 13 percent higher sales price than the typical FSBO sale.“

Whether you might want to work with me or plan to continue selling on your own, give me a call at (number) or get in touch by email at (email address) and let me know where I can send the the free market analysis of your property at (address).

Sincerely,

Name
Business Name
XXX Street
City, State ZIP
Website | Email
Phone | Fax

FSBO Letter #2.

Recipients Name
Recipients street address
City, State, Zip

Dear (Name),

My name is (Name). I am a Realtor specializing in the listing and selling of homes in your area. I noticed that you are marketing your home on your own.

Many people have found that selling your home without a real estate agent is a viable option and I respect your decision.

If you have any difficulty pricing your property, I’ll be happy to drop off what we call a ‘neighborhood analysis.’ It will give you an idea of current market trends what has been recently sold in your community.

Since selling real estate can be complicated, I also have some helpful connections with Mortgage Brokers and Title Companies that may be useful if you find an interested buyer.

I also have an excellent ‘For Sale by Owner Help Kit’ that offers tools and advice on selling your home. I’ll forward some of this information to you over the next few weeks.

I think you will find that there are some great tips that you may not have considered. In the meantime, you may want to check out my ‘For Sale by Owner” website at (website).

If you need assistance in any other way, please feel to call me at (phone #) or email me at (email address). I wish you the very best in your home-selling adventure.

Sincerely,

Name
Business Name
XXX Street
City, State ZIP
Website | Email
Phone | Fax

Provide Helpful Tips and Advice.

The letter above is simply an introductory real estate agent letter. Your follow up letters should not just be about promoting you. You need to provide helpful tips and advice in each letter to help them get a better grasp of the selling process.

In addition you should gently provide reasons why they should consider listing with a real estate agent.

For example, after you provide a helpful tip you can say something like this in the body copy or PS of your for sale by owner sales letter:

(Name), studies show that properties sold by a licensed real estate agent like myself sell as much as 25% more than a for sale by owner property. Plus, we handle all the time consuming paperwork and negotiation for you. If you have any questions on this or anything in the For Sale by Owner Help Kit I sent you give me a call at 555-555-5555 anytime.

If they find that you are knowledgeable and helpful they just might decide to give you a call or refer a friend to you.

As I have been preaching for years, include a promotional item in your envelope so that it not only increases the likelihood that your envelope will get opened and your letter read, but the promo item will keep your name in front of them day after day, after they shred your letter 🙂

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Real Estate Farming Letters!

A sequence of three real estate farming letters is an old school way to target your neighborhood and introduce yourself as the go to agent for your neighborhood.

My recommendation is to include a promotional item with your contact information on it. Make sure that this gift item is something that your neighbors can use over time so that your name is still in front of your neighbors weeks after they put your letter in the recycling bin.

Neighborhood Real Estate Farming Letter Sequence Sample #1:

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Expired Listings Letter!

Your real estate agency has several different niches that they want you to target for lead generation.

One technique that is taught is to mail an expired listings letter or postcard to owners of homes that have not sold.

Expired Listings Letter Example #1.

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