FYI: Thanksgiving is next Thursday, November 23rd.
From getting as much office work done as possible beforehand to buying everything on your checklist for the big day - I realize you're probably incredibly busy.
Feel free to literally, copy, paste (edit at your discretion), and send the message below to folks in advance to save some time. ;-)
Email Subject Line Option #1: Have a quick sec before Thanksgiving? This (and you) really matter to me…
Email Subject Line Option #2: Your generosity is enough to be thankful for this year.
Email Subject Line Option #3: Your home is in good (and thankful) hands.
Time to put the heaps of food, family squabbling, and frenzied shopping on the back burner for a second.
Now: take a moment to pause, breathe, and relax with a quick greeting conveying my deep appreciation, unwavering gratitude, and absolute thanks for our continued personal and professional bond.
Honestly, your vibrant generosity alone is enough to be thankful for this year.
Your time. Your trust. Your kindness. Your fears. Your dreams. You’ve shared it all with me.
And I want to reiterate my commitment toward ensuring your home journey is thoroughly secure, joyous, and fulfilling, year-round.
Home Purchase. Home Listed. Home Care. Home Values. Home Improvement.
You can always count on me for all of your real estate needs, above and beyond.
I look forward to reaching new heights with you as 2017 comes to a close, and as a bright New Year full of enriching opportunities approaches us.
Warmest Thanksgiving wishes to you, family, and friends,
By the way - remember that Homebrella connects you and your homeowners (aka - your homesellers) to virtually every local service provider for any and all home care and improvement resources and needs. (This is particularly relevant as we head into the winter season!)
In short, it's a great way to double the chances folks will list with you when the time is right. Our logic: if you deliver what they need, they'll remember you when it matters most - when they're ready to sell their home (plus it's a great way to make a name for yourself as the "all things real estate" neighborhood expert!)