Do you ever forget what you've done?
Last night I was thinking about sending a message to remind everyone that I have a Free First Time Buyer letter available through my website.
While I don't believe just one letter is enough when you're contacting new prospects, if you plan to follow up with a phone call, a market report, new listings, etc. this letter will help you show them why now is a good time to buy. It will also help build trust, because it mentions that it's only a good time if you plan to stay in the community and if you're ready to assume responsibility for a house.
The message is: You want to help them find the perfect house - but only if owning a home the right thing for them at this stage of their lives.
So - I decided to let everyone know the letter was available for the asking...
But I always worry about broken links and I couldn't remember when I had last updated that letter. You sure wouldn't want to be sending something that talked about the first time buyer tax credit!
So, I entered an address that my son uses when he receives mail through my computer. Then I got the email, clicked to confirm, and in a minute I had the first time buyer letter in my in-box. But it wasn't alone!
Along with the first time buyer letter, I found a special report called "The Value of Your Agent's Reputation." It goes along with the blog post Connie Harvey wrote: 5 Reasons to Work Well With the Other Agent, but this is written to consumers rather than agents.
When did I attach that report to the auto responder?
Why didn't I mention it on the web page?
I'll be darned if I know. But there it is.
So if you'd like a copy - of the first time buyer letter, the reputation report, or both - just visit Copy by Marte and make the request.