OK here we are the first Monday after the holiday season. I don't know 'bout ya'll but we sure are glad to have the season behind us! Family visits are lovely but so is the peace and quiet after they are all gone...
Using the past few weeks to read Dean's books, and practically fill a note book with notes. We have searched this site along with applying what we have learned to researching our area it is now time to find our Real estate agent!
That brings me to our question.
I have retyped the letter in PFRERN and am ready to send it out however the very first paragraph we have a problem with. It reads like this:
Hi my name is ______________ and I am an investor in the local area. Due to the current economic conditions, I have decided to ramp up my existing operations. I not only represent myself but I also have several investors in and out of the area that I help find, rehab, rent out and manage properties.
We have NO existing operations and no one to represent! We don't want to be misleading so we are bouncing around ideas on how to word that first paragraph so that it captures realtors attention, is honest yet doesn't make us sound like stumbling beginners.
Is it professionally ethical to use the letter in its exact form word for word? We feel that it would be misleading but could become the truth if we find the right agent.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
You can't save the world but you can offer a hand up to a few along your way.