So, you need to be seasoned in selecting mailing lists and use some common sense.
And, some letters work better than others, but what goes On a letter is probably more important than who does it for you.
Your letter needs to be clear and concise, and NOT hiding the fact that you are an investor.
You should go with someone with a tried and true letter that gets your phone to ring, and ring, and ring.
And don’t try to be cheap here...trust me, mailing postcards instead of letters will be a large and costly mistake.
One of my partners tried it recently...he thought he could mail $1000 worth of postcards and get the same response as our letters...boy was he upset when he got ZERO calls.
Convincing him to keep mailing letters is a piece of cake now.
As for being a master sales person, I’ll let you in on a little secret...you need to do what you were told to do as a child.
Listen twice as much as you talk.
You will learn so much more if you speak, and then listen, I promise you.
Of course, knowing what to say when you do speak is important also along with being comfortable saying it, so in that case, you should probably look for someone to consult you on what your process looks like.
In fact, I have a process that I use with my clients...here it is: