I get as many as 5 or 6 requests every few weeks from real estate investors that are reluctant to dive into the niche of probate investing.
They seem to have a lot of preconceived ideas about how they will be perceived if they work in this niche.
Investing In Probates
Investing in probates is no different than any other niche except you have to be very mindful that many of these folks are still grieving the loss of their loved one. On top of that, they now hove the time consuming task of settling the estate.
Just remember that they only want thing; they want a solution to their problem.
They don't want the house; they just want the cash that is sitting in the house.
Success Is All About Having the Correct Mindset
Since this is an issue that comes up time and time again, I thought I would re-post an article that I wrote quite a while back about “having the correct mindset”. It is still as relevant today as it was the day I wrote it.
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Sharon: I’ve been consuming everything on your blog about probates. I got my leads on a campaign, but the issue I am having is that I am running out of things to say in the 12+ letters I am planning to send over the course of a year. How specific do you get on your letters? do you offer condolences on every letter? Thanks! Ed
Ed – I only have about 5 letters. Every 6 months I scrub the list and take out ones that are sold. Then just repeat the sequence and recheck in 6 more months. I only offer condolences in the first letter.