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This it one of the letters you can send the owner of the property that you are interested in. This letter could look something like this: "I notice you own this land in Cook County. I m very interested in purchasing it. I ll pay cash. Get rid of the burden of property ownership and contact me." The advantage of using this type of letter that it has proven to get the highest response rate of all the letters that I have prepared in the my experience. This simple letter does not say a whole lot. It just peaks the person s interest. After sending this letter the seller may just immediately call you and you can begin discussions regarding your purchase.
In this case you must accept part of the blame as you also have not made any effort from your part to hold on to the deal. You must never stay idle. Let one week pass for the customer to evaluate the offers. If you don t hear from him write to him telling him of the merits of buying from you and the discounts he will be entitled and so on. If yours is a service write to him explaining him why he should secure your services. Sometimes your letter might give him the jerk necessary to wake him up and you will become a winner. Sometimes it so happens that customers call you to get details of your products or services and you end up the conversation thinking that you have convinced the customer to purchase from you.
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In 30 days or so you may be off the Chex Systems list or at least have a cleaned up report that will allow you to open a new bank account! The second letter shown below is an example of how a final letter might look. This might help give you some ideas on how your letter should look. A title like this tends to turn one s thoughts to bank accounts or inventory or some other form of physical riches. However each of us has a network of abundance that we regularly overlook. Just like post-its placed near computer screens born to remind us of what we already know about ourselves so does our network of friends family and associates.