IMHO you may be best spent targeting the few select agents that are high volume reo agents. Email, mail, call these guys.Paradox said:My friend recently put together a list of over 1,200 realtors in my area for the company he works for. It's not proprietary information and he sent the list over to me when he finished. The information is contained in a simple excel spreadsheet like this:
| Realtor Name | E-mail | Realty Company | Contact Number
How can I mass e-mail a list of the services we can provide for REO's and private customers (landscaping, debris removal, etc.)? I would rather not have to buy some gadget since this would be something I did once every couple months. I was also thinking of just doing 100 at a time to see what kind of response it generates. I don't want the e-mail to show in their spam folder.
I was also wondering if anyone here in the business can help me come up with a message to include in the e-mail that will be sent to these realtors.
My name is ***x and I operate a property preservation and landscaping company based out of Anderson, South Carolina. We provide services for both REO and privately owned properties in the Upstate area, including but not limited to the following:
-Landscaping (Hedging, Mulch installation, small tree removal, and more)
-Lawn Maintenance (Generally limited to the Anderson area)
We are insured and bonded for both private-party and bank work. We provide free estimates. Give me a call at ***-***-***x to learn more about how we can help you and your client increase the marketability of their property!
HD Property Preservation and Landscaping
What do you think of this e-mail? Do you see any changes that could be made? Hopefully this thread is a change of pace from bashing the nats/regionals - I'm trying to diversify :thumbup:
Out of the 1200, probably less than a hundred deal at all with reos.