Here’s My ‘Burned House’ Letter

next timeHey Insiders, JP here…

As an investor, have you ever driven by a burned-out house and wondered about it? Wondered how you might approach that owner, acquire the property and fix it up?

Well, you’re in the right place at the right time… Because for this Swipe & Deploy lesson, I’m going to share what I like to call my “burned house” letter. I’ve used this letter for several years quite successfully, and now it’s yours to use as well.

You’ll want to keep in mind that you’re stepping into a rather delicate situation. This homeowner has suffered a great emotional loss, and perhaps, may have even lost a loved one or suffered an injury due to this fire.

So a word to the wise is to handle with care. And as you’ll see in my video lesson, my letter can help you to do exactly that, plus a few more helpful tidbits.

Here are a few other things you’ll take away from my video lesson about this letter:

  • Finding burned out houses
  • Who to contact
  • How to create the best tone for the letter
  • How to present yourself and your company entity
  • How to create a subtle but effective call to action

Swipe Away…

Go ahead and swipe this letter by downloading it here so you have it while watching the video lesson.

Obviously, you’re not going to find a burned-out house on every block, maybe not even in every housing addition, but they are out there. Have your birddogs and others keep an eye out for you.

So now, when you locate one, you won’t be wondering about what to do and to make a deal with it… You’ll know exactly what to do, and in the process, you’ll be helping a family and an entire neighborhood.

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Got any questions or comments about this video lesson? Talk to me below.

 

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