Here’s My ‘Burned House’ Letter

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I have a question for you…

Have you ever driven by a burned-out house and wondered about it? Wondered how you might approach that owner, acquire the property and fix it up?

Well, you’re in the right place at the right time… because today, I’m going to share what I like to call my “burned house” letter. And not only am I going to show you the letter and explain how to use it, you get to download a copy for free.

JP Moses here, and I’ve used this letter for years quite successfully, and now it’s yours to use as well.

Uh, you’re welcome, my friend!

Now this is important…

You’ll want to keep in mind that you’re stepping into a rather delicate situation. This homeowner has suffered a great emotional loss, and perhaps, may have even lost a loved one or suffered an injury due to this fire.

So, a word to the wise is to handle with care. And as you’ll see in my video below, my letter can help you do exactly that, plus I’ve given you a few more helpful tidbits as well.

Here are a few other things you’ll take away from my video lesson about this letter:

Finding burned-out houses

Who to contact

How to create the best tone for the letter

How to present yourself and your company entity

How to create a subtle but effective call to action

 Enjoy…

Here’s how to download my Burned House letter...

Step 1. Leave a comment below with your thoughts. What you like about the letter, don’t like, or just tell us how awesome we are for giving this to you at no cost 🙂

Step 2. Once your comment is posted – Chuck Norris will award you with a free download link for the letter. For real.

Remember…

Obviously, you’re not going to find a burned-out house on every block, maybe not even in every neighborhood, but they are out there. Have your birddogs and other people keep an eye out for you.

So now, when you locate one, you won’t be wondering about what to do and how to make a deal with it… you’ll know exactly what to do, and in the process, you’ll be helping a family and an entire neighborhood.

 

Johnpaul Moses

JP Moses is a roughly-hewn man-child who jumped into REI back in Y2K and full time in '02. After many twisty turns over the years, from landlording to short sales to rehabs to Realtoring to lease options to REOs to notes to owner financing, blah, blah, blah… he finally stuck his flag deep into wholesaling. Today JP's Memphis-area operation's wholesaled somewhere north of 400+ transactions and actively turns 3-7 houses a month. He also really digs helping others and pours a ton of his heart and soul into helping his fellow real estate investors from his own REI and business-building experiences.

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932 comments
ROXANNE BAUCOM

I love the letter and all your helpful advice! I know where 3 homes are now. Thank you so much for sharing this for free! You’re awesome!

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Jan

Thanks for the great suggestions and the first step in this process.

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Jan

There is a burned-out house in my neighborhood!
I will use this letter and your excellent suggestions, to make my offer and I will let you know what happens!

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    Charity Akers

    Awesome! Glad to hear it! Keep us posted on your progress.

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Jay

Excellent content… I will definitely use this template.

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Darren

Awesome Info guys 🙂
Thank you

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Robert Davidson

I like that it is a low hype letter. A Yellow Letter almost screams at people. In trouble times this is actually calming.

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Austin

You are full of great ideas!! I will defiantly use this one.

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Michael W Stansbury

awesome

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Kathryn & Jean Greer/ Cooley

That is one of the cleanest letters for someone who has had the experience of a burnt house. I would do a little investigation to find out if anyone was hurt or worse. But it like your other letters is to the point short and clear. Thanks

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Aislee Jackson

Thanks for sharing this powerful information.

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Claudette Jones

Excellent letter. Can this letter be use for pre-foreclosures property owners. I’ve sent out many yellow letters requesting purchasing real property. Your letter seem to be more compassion and sensitive. Do you have a letter for property owners loosing their homes. I’ve come across vacant properties, and would like to know the best way to approach distress home owners. Any advise would be appreciated. Just purchase your 10 Hour Wholesaler. I hope your 10 Hour l training course will make investing simpler.
Thank you

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Kerry Duvall

Good letter and to the point.

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mister

its very informative and I believe I can really use it

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Jason Haskins

I’m going to use this

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DREW

THANKS FOR THE LETTER

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Chris Nelson

It will be very important for those in this situation to have an answer to their problem.

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Bernard

Fantastic

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Bernard

Awesome

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William

Thank you for the burned house letter.

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William

I didn’t know how to approach a burnt home owner. This letter is a big help.

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Kyle

I can use a letter like that I notice a few fire damage homes in my area.

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Tiffany Johnson

going to try it out

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Sea 2 Sea Real Estate Investing Group LLC

Thank you for the burned out house letter.

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Baldwin

I like the letter, but I had one question in my mind. If you want to let the seller of the burned house know that you are simply a mom & pop buyer, why do we need to tell the seller that we are in the business of buying burned out houses? It makes us look like we are a big company who are doing this all the time right? please advise. Thank You.

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Esteban

Send it.

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Irenio Puente Jr

Never, nave I ever, done a fire damaged house. I will try. Reno

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Steven

Great letter. We have used many in what we are doing. Haven’t thought about using a specific letter for burn-outs.

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Dave

Thanks for thinking through how to handle this. I am not very good at handling emotional situations.

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Juwan

Thank You for the letter, it is great!

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Reggie

This is a very great put together letter for buying burned out houses. No hype. Just a simple but to the point letter, with compassion. I will start to use it immediately thank you.

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Christopher Jorgensen

Certainly not the easiest houses to find, unless your in an area with many of them, and then you don’t want it..but a good approach for those that are in better areas

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Johvanna Stansberry

I appreciate that you a willing to share this Burned House letter at no cost. I Love it. Awesome idea.

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Stephen Groh

Hi Guys …WHAT AN AWESOME IDEA! I never thought about burnouts. I’m stoked please send me a copy of your burn out letter

Stephen

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Wayne Carter

Awesome … direct info !!

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Jonathon Collier

Interesting, I’m glad someone like yourself is hustling in the real estate market and providing guidance to find unusual distressed deals.

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William Wilson

I like it. Nice and simple.

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Betty Stanley

Know this will be very helpful. Thanks.

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Noye

This will be helpful.

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Johnny Archer

Can it get any simpler! Thanks for putting this together

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Ruck

Nice tool to have. Thanks

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Brandon Hammond

A good informative video. Another aspect of real estate that most people may not know.

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SHEL

this is excellent couldn’t have said anything better!! WE LOVE THIS

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John

Does this letter work in any state? You will have to find out who owns the property, how hard and how quick or not is that process. Then you have to determine ARV. I can go on but this is a start.

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Arturo Madera

Great letter! Perfect timing, drove by a burned house last week! Thanks!

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LaVaughn G Hazzard

Thanks for the video. I appreciate the way you went line by line through the letter, explaining why you wrote what did.

Really didn’t like music.

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Carlos French

Excellent letter!!! Great advice JP!!!!!

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Ruben

This would be such a welcomed letter after such a loss, not only the house but so many personal items which some could not be replaced. The letter lets the reader feel the human feeling filter in a personal manner. The letter is direct and to the point and yet allowing the owner to decide what steps they should make. I would like a copy as I would like to use it in my business.

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Jerry

Perfect addition to my arsenal.
Thanks

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Ernesto

Awesome letter I had come a cross 3 or 4 houses with burn damage, didn’t know how to approached the owner. thank you.

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William Roll

Can’t wait to use it.

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david

definitely want a copy of this, perfectly worded.

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Michael Moss

The letter is straight forward and has direct call to action. It definitely meets the need.

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Marile

To the point but not too intrusive, nice

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me

I want the letter, thanks

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Arveece

Good Information. I will use your letter when the opportunity comes my way. Thanks!

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tony

thanks for putting up this video

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Richard M

It’s a good way to get burned houses

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Maurice

This is awesome thanks for sharing!

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Michael Goodnight

Thank you. It would be great to get a copy of this letter. Worded very nicely.

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    shelly

    Lots of comments on the burned house letter.
    I still haven’t recieved a copy yet

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      Patrick Riddle

      Hey Shelly, after you leave your comment, a box appears at the top of the page with your download link.

      – Patrick

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Terry

Interesting approach, thanks for sharing.

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francis

great letter, cant wait to use it

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Jennifer

Great idea! I actually just passed a house that looked severely burnt. I will be sending this out to them

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Keir Moorman

GREAT letter!
Just the right amount of empathy for the owner, without the overkill.

Thanks for the quality information.

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Ert

The letter is thoughtfully crafted and personal which I believe is important at this traumatic time in someones life and maybe could offer some solace to a person or persons in need. Thank you for your insightful letter.

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Darryl

Greatinfo

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ida

tks as always

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gilbert villareal

This letter was written in great taste.

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Jim

Great letter thanks for sharing

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N L England

Thanks for sharing. In these cases, a more personal touch is probably best.

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Sherry

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and Letter with everyone!
Sherry

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    William Roll

    I have left a previous reply, still waiting for my letter.

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      Patrick Riddle

      Hey William, after you leave a comment, a box appears at the top of the page with the download link.

      – Patrick

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JEFF HARBERT

Great job on the letter. It’s straight to the point but soft enough that no reader should be offended by it thinking we are a predator looking to scam them. Keep up the good work.

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DEBORAH

Thank you JP, for making this letter available. I’ve often wondered just HOW to approach a burn-out situation.

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Gdub

Having a burnt letter would be awesome for me, probably not for owner.

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Jesse Delharo

Hey guys thanks a lot, I think it’s a great letter , considering the situation and the misfortune of having to suffer through that…Thanks a LOT.

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Barry

I like your letter and explanation.

Thanks for sharing it.

Barry Butts

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Rafael Lupian

very interesting and informative… nice and sweet keeping it short.

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Dawn Siebel

Love the letter JP. I’ve found burn houses in the past and mailed to them, but never felt like I knew the best way to approach the seller given the circumstances. I will definitely put this letter in my my arsenal. Thanks!

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Craig

This is a very considerate letter that is likely to be read and maybe acted upon by the recipient.

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Kathy

Nice letter.
I don’t have means to buy, repair/fix-up the properties.

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Al

Very informative

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Bobby Dorgan

Thanks for the information and the creative technique. Very well appreciated! : )

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Leo Nikolouzos

I was always wondering about reaching out to owners of Burned Homes. Nice reads. I’m interested in the letter…you guys awesome. thank you,

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Mark

This is a very thoughtful letter, and is very considerate of the homeowners who have suffered such a loss. I hope I may help others by using it. (I have to agree with a previous comment that I would much prefer the video without the chirpy background music.)

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Derrick

In my neighborhood there are a few burned homes and they are just sitting until the village decides enough is enough and they tear it down leaving a terrible hole in the community and a lack of taxes that could have benefited our community.

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Judith Garcia

Oh, my God. A letter to the owners of burned properties. That’s Great! This letter opens new doors of opportunities for my real estate business. I love how careful and tactful your letter is. Showing the concern for the feelings of other, says a lot, about a person’s character. Glad that the letter is not so cokd as to jump right to the business aspect of the situation. I give this letter an A+. Thank you so much.

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Jason Flick

thats a good format!

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ROGER STOCK

I am dedicating my time to learning all you have to teach. And you’ll have to do lots of training ‘cuz I’m a beginner. Making plans to celebrate my first deal, too. Glad to be part of the ‘Family’.
Doc Stock

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courtney

Love the subject matter. I’ve seen several burned houses but had no idea how to approach them. Thanks for the insight. And thanks for the letter.

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John Gier

JP you give the best advise. The letter is perfect & really could use.

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Chris Nelson

I like the simplicity and sincerity of the letter,

thank you for posting it! Chris

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sStanley

That was nice and simple with the right touch. Haven’t heard a lot from JP lately mostly Patrick, anyway I’m glad that I hooked up with REI one of the best. I trust you guys more then these other so called gurus.

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Thomas Grabinski

Good advice. We come across these occasionally and it is a good to have a different perspective on how to approach the owners.

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M

Thanks for the info.

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Bob

Great letter to the point . Clean

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Carlos

This is great. Thank you for giving this away.

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Carlos

JUST WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR ………GREAT

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Paul H

Hi JP,

Awesome content as always. Looking forward to using it in my RE Business.

Best,

Paul H.

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Shannon

I love the idea of going straight to a fire chief!!

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Troy

Finally, someone talking about burnt properties. The letter is great and look forward to the burnt smell. Thanks for sharing.

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James

The sincere condolences is a very real approach, & the transition into why you’re actually sending the letter is on point and straight forward. I like the fact that your letter is not forceful, and although this letter is used to buy burnt houses, this letter is still showing sensitivity to the victim.

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Larry

The letter is awesome.

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Ernest Cotton

A Great way to help others by taking the property off of thier hands .

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Ron

Great letter have to give title a try

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Rolando

Very Good Letter – Thank you

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Jesse

Great letter

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Lester Ignacio

Wow! Great Letter. I would like to implement this in my future projects.

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Robert Smith

I liked your approach, it got the message across and still showed heart. Thanks.

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George Zh

very good letter.

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Brian

Should be interesting to see what the response rate is.

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Rachal Davis

I’m so glad to see this. I have two burned properties I have been trying to work on. This will be perfect to send to the 2nd one.

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Lucy

I really like the letter because it’s sensitive and offering a solution at the same
time.

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Gary E. Yonek

Very nicely written and sympathetic to the owner’s unfortunate event. Providing a solution to someone that may not have the means to fully restore their home and wish to start anew elsewhere.

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Henry

Great content.

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b.a. boling

Great letter, to the point. no pressure

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Todd German

Great video and awesome letter. Very tasteful and to the point, without the appearance that you’re taking advantage of someone else’s loss.

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Jeff Taylor

Wouldn’t change a thing with the letter , but for Patrick, JP or those that have done this before is your initial offer around or slightly under the tax assessed land value especially when you find out it’s a total loss? and I’d assume their is some value in foundation remaining ? even if you demo entire house. Yesterday afternoon we decided to cruise around for abandoned homes and came across a burned home and as if Patrick had this sixth sense and knew which email to pop into that autoresponder at that moment this morning . Perfect timing and outstanding letter! Oh and JP ….I’m a Nashvillian and noticed your Titans hat so hoping for good things this Thurs in the draft!

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Louis Frazer

Good information to add to your ammo of getting another property!

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Ray

wow great info.

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Fran

Symphatizing with the seller will captivate their emotion and attention.

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claude harris

bless you and your Family

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GARLAND

I like the to the point way this letter is. The no B.S. way it gets there.
BUT… You got to do something with the Background Music of your presentation. It made me think of a 1930’s movie tale 🙂 LOL 🙂 🙂 ThanThinking of the Little Guys…

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Jeff

Awesome, thanks

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Kirk Gallagher

Great info about expressing condolences and not trying to sell them.

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Edgardo

Excellent one page letter, very easy.

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Kirk

Lots of good info, especially about expressing you condolences and not coming off like you are trying to sell them on selling their house to you.

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Jackye Morris

Great letter. You guys rock.

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Roland E Paicely

I like the letter. I don’t care for the music being in the video.

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Rasheed Aziz

Thanks much for this great tool…. Very well done and tasteful!
Thanks for taking the time and sharing it…

I would like to partner with you or anyone looking to expand markets and and efforts.

Thanks Again…

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Gar May

I think your letter is sensitive and well written and I would feel comfortable sending it.

I have a related question. Does the homeowner’s insurance pay off the loan on the house plus the owner’s equity? Or do you buy the house subject to the existing loan and repair the house “out of pocket” and hope that you can sell the renovated house for a profit?

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Lorinda

Nice letter. It covered all of the important parts.

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William Roll

JP, Liked the letter, and your to the point in a concise manner in one page, At this point in their life they do not need more complications.
I agree that the music detracts from your letter presentation.

Sincerely

William Roll

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Cheryl Hendricks-Loy

Love it,Thanks

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Cheryl Hendricks-Loy

Love the letter

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Thomas Kasperek

Good creative angle, thanks for the sensitivity over this type of potential seller. Some may have lost loved ones or pets, very emotionally sensitive time. But also a win for a family that wants to move on to move away from the memories lost in home’s loss.

My brother-in-law’s entire family tree is filled with volunteer firemen, they deal with this all the time. Hats off to you! TK

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Sarai

Thanks JP, this is great information!
It never occured to me to directly approach the people involved in these types of situations.

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Lisa and Kraig Owens

Thanks for the great letter and info!!!

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Cheryl Hendricks-Loy

Well written letter and straight to the point without going on and on . Making them feel okay and at ease at the same time . This will give them confidence and trust in you . Thank You so much

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john

Thank you Great info. Hope to put it to use soon!

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TERRY MOORE

Great free content

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John

Great idea with much thought

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JC

Thanks for teaching us about burned out houses and the compassion needed in these homeowner situations. Keep these trainings coming!

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Reginald Turner

I think this is some great information that most people would think is an opportunity. I certainly plan to use it as a prospecting tool.

Reginald Turner

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S. Moore

Cool video, thank you so much for sharing

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Anthony Durant

Great Letter I Would Love To Use This Approach
Please Send Me The Link

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Bob Jones

Very well written

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King Hussein

This is a very unique concept. One that I think will come in useful when the situation presents itself. Thanks for sharing!

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mike rutherford

It’s a good letter. Covers some issues that are not readily apparent.

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Charlie Thompson

Hey JP CJ Thompson Jr. here, just wanna thank you for info & perfect letter for burned out house owners. I look forward to testing your exact profile for obtaining customers & helping people more easily deal with bad situation. Yours truly, Destiny Housing LLC.

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Steve

think the letter will be very helpful in many neighborhoods in my area

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Dexter Brown

What a awesome very thoughtful burnout letter.
It’s straight forward yet simple and seem very genuine and from the heart.

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Mitzie

Great letter! Can’t wait to try it out!

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Jeff

Thanks for making the letter available! Still not sure where to “click” to get it.

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Wayne

The letter looks great. it’s sensitive, simple and to the point.

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Wayne

Tried once but didn’t get the link.

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Michael Campbell

Its very thoughtful to consider the owners feelings, i really like your letter and know of some houses in my surrounding neighborhood.

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Tyreese Mack

Great info, thanks for sharing

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Stephanie R Sanders

This opens up new ideas to venture into in realist ate property investments. Thank you so much,
Sincerly,
Stephanie R. Sanders
Independence Missouri

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ROGELIO BELL

Great letter no pressure tactics.

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Devin Yarbrough

This is great! Because I never really knew how to approach someone with a burned out property

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Jeremy H.

A well thought out approach. I have actually wondered how to go about this very thing, as I have one in mind.

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David

Grateful to you composing this letter, it makes it easier to speak with the property owner.

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Fernandez Luckett

simple and to the point. I like it.

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richard scurlock

this is awesome

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Carline Landais

Awesome letter, thanks

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Kevin Young Sr.

Fantastic very well written.

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Ryan Thompson

Dr. Chuck Norris (J.P.),

Thank you for sharing a great letter. I like how nicely worded it is, making it easy for the home owner to make a decision.

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Kenny s

Seems awesome

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Tanya Griebe

I think its good , im going to try it out

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Diana

Great letter, enjoyed your presentation about it. Please forward me a copy. Thank you

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chip

Never thought of this niche. I already have one in mind.

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Guy Horton

Great letter to address a tragic situation. I thought the weather was short and to the point without being overbearing. As always you and your team always seem to have the right answer for just about any situation situation. I’ve been going past a house that I understand had an explosion several years ago and the owner has done nothing with it. I’ll let you know how the letter Works in this situation. Thanks

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Gloria guzman

Amazing, I never would have considered, let alone thought about this before this inforjmation.
WOW
gloria guzman
Coldwell Banker Apex

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Jack Lipszyc

Thank you for sharing your burned-out house letter. What a nice letter to someone who just lost their largest asset. I look forward to trying it.

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Deborah Nichols

Thankyou for sharing this letter with me.

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Edrick

I have needed a letter like this so I’m excited that you are rite on time with this one!

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Allen & Hinda Klatsky

If I had a house that was damaged by a fire,I would pick the person that sent me a tastefully written letter. That letter would be yours.

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Cherie

Great letter. Thanks.

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Cindy

This is amazing!! Exactly what we need to approach people with burned houses!! Thank you

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Tim Boldt

Hey, thanks for this, it’s simple and to the point, I like it. I wondered how to approach these houses. I usually stay away from them but I think you are right they might be able to be purchased for less than most fixers and wouldn’t need TOO much more to make right. I usually do a complete thorough job on my rehabs anyway so doing a bit more is NOT a LOT more.
Thx

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Barb Simpson

This is great! I have a burned out house across the street from me. I moved in after the house had been vacant for almost a year.

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Scott

Always good insightful stuff that can be applied immediately !!!!

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David

Very informative.

Look forward to using the “Burned House” letter at earliest opportunity. Thanks!

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David Christy

Very well written letter….I will give it a try soon…Thanks

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Karen Rosetti

I have a couple of your other products which I am very happy with. I look forward to seeing this letter.

Regards,
Karen Rosetti

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Joe

This would have been great 3 weeks ago, I passed by a burnt house and was trying to figure out how to contact the owner to make a offer. I passed by today and someone has just purchase the property !! Missed deal.

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Keinesha Hardwick

Great letter to have, just ran across a burn property that I will definitely use to send to the owner.

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Randall Ayabe

Excellent information. Thanks for the great tips. This is an avenue of leads not many people think of.

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Kevin

Short, simple, and straight forward. I thought this was very well written

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Erika

Well thought out letter and I appreciate the obvious time you took to ensure that you are hitting the right tone for such a devastating event.

Erika Di Paola
Renewal LLC

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William Robinson

I liked that its to the point and helping out the homeowner as well.

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Terri

The letter will completely eliminate any back off in communicating with anyone who is having these unfortunate circumstances

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Alan

Great stuff! A practical approach for situations and circumstances regarding fire, burned out houses.

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JASON

Great content and the Rita’s map to utilizing it.

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Claudia Hansen

Great letter, I’m sure you got some responses, I will make sure to refer to it when the opportunity presents itself. Best

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Jim

Another tool for the toolbox. Thanks for sharing.

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Marlon Berrouet

Thank you JP, very powerful !

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Tony

Thanks great infor

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Jorge f.

Awesome letter. Been looking for this.

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Annette

thank you for the ‘Burned house letter. I am certain it will come in handy in due course.

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Rolando

Thank you very much for sharing your letter with us.
It really is a good and respectful address to someone
who has suffered one of the biggest losses in life.

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Wayne

Great letter short concise, to the point.

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Annette Gaylord

Love the letter. definitely no fluff. straight to the point. Thank you

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Edward J Crump

I have not seen the letter yet. But according to what I have read, it sounds great.

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Jay

Hi Guys, I purchase a burnout house in 1989 only thing standing was the exterior walls, concrete block, along with the tie lintel. 2200 Sq. Ft. of existing it happen to be on a sloping lot from front to back made for proposed 6,000 Sq. Ft. 7 bedroom 7 bath, living room was 20 x 60 ft. on the 32nd floor. The old carport was convert to the dinning 18′ x 22′ before and after you never knew it was a burn out…..So yes I interest in seeing your Burn-out letter ….

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Brad Bassett

Another great letter, looking forward to using it

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Keith

Thanks, I have one near a friend of mine.

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Elton

The letter is very straightforward, simple and to the point. It came off sympathetic and very professional at the same time. I love it.

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Ernest

My son is a fireman. This will be great. Please send me your Burn Letter….

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Ron B Excelsior

Howdy JohnPaul,
Thanks for mentioning your soul in your bio. It is so great that you treat each person you are involvled with, as a fellow child of God with a soul, and not only a business transaction. Thanks for sharing !

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Dave

Sounds good. Got 2 places in mind

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Tom

Interesting concept. Thanks!

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Chad Bundy

You are amazing. Thanks for the knowledge. Can’t wait to use this and help people in difficult situations. Pay it forward brother!

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Al

Great idea looking for burnt houses. I never really considered that approach

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Cynthia Calhoun

I think you guys are pretty awesome to share this for free. Thank you so much!

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Raj Brown

i realy enjoy reading your letter. i am new to real eastate. what i like about your letter
–simple language
–be emethetic
–to the point
–be sincear

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DD Brown

Good idea, and tastefully composed.

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William McDonald

Awesome information. Simple but to the point

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Shirley Kibunja

This letter was well thought out.I love it

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Rusty

Great letter, well written, straight forward and honest.

Thanks

Rusty

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GAIL WILLIAMS-NEAL

Thanks for the letter! Awesome!

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Richard McClain

This is wonderful.

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Jim

Straightforward and to the point. Puts the Seller in charge at this emotional time. Excellent letter.

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Bob Glaser

Nice letter and speaks to the compassion needed to get a positive response from someone who lost their home. Thanks for sharing this letter

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Damian Hart

awesome idea please send me a copy

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Darwin Brunson

Always trying to add new tools to my belt. And this seems like a good one Thanks in advances.

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Annie

Thanks, so much. Your help is greatly appreciated.

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Diana Wilde

Glad to have one more piece of arsenal to add to my RE investing efforts!

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Frank Vasquez

Love the video

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Steve Loffler

Well thought out & responsible. Thank you, Steve

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Robert Davidson

Marketing is all about focusing on the target. Such a letter is miles better than a generic “I want to buy your house.”

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Tony

Love it, and thanks for sharing!

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William Palmer

I like it, JP. No fluff, straight to the point, but in a very nice courteous way.

Thanks for sharing.

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Sherman

Nice letter. I agree with you that there must be a way to track down these fire damaged properties short of drive by. I have done a couple of fire damaged houses and they have been lucrative.

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Veronica Weber

Thank you for sharing this valuable letter

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Phillilp

Phillip,
Sounds good I’m looking forward to trying it.

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Lenee

This is a similar letter to what we have in use currently, but helpful nonetheless.

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Joanne

Compassionate, caring and extending a hand at a time of obvious need. Traumatic experiences can leave one overwhelmed with not knowing which way to turn. This approach appears to extend a “ray of hope.”

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Amy Strom

You are awesome!

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Gary Morris

Thanks. Great info.

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ken

Rather interesting as i see lots of burned setting for months some times years

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Cheryl

Great letter! I look forward to receiving my download.

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Larry

A very good and effective letter to a burned out house owner. Thanks so much for offering this, for free.

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Mindy Wang

I like the letter. It sounds sincere and not pushy.

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dan

I think you nailed it. Keep it short and simple (KISS)

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Ed Hanson

Please send me a copy of the letter as I run into burnt home all the time.

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Ronald L

Your letter sounds very sincere and does not in any way , in my mind, offend anyone. I wish someone had sent a letter like that to my parents, when their house burned down. Their insurance did not pay enough to rebuild, so they tore it down. To this day it remains a vacant lot.

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Rob

I am retired and a newbie in real estate. I am looking forward to learning

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Wayne

Good content, thanks for the letter.

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Delora

The letter was great. I’m like quite a few of the people that have been on this site, a little confused on some things like where to start.

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Deborah Dunster

I agree with you on fewer exclamation points, easy formatting, etc. Great letter! BTW, “it’s current condition” means “it is current condition.” The possessive you intended has no apostrophe. You want “in its current condition.”

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Kate Bell

Would really help to use this letter. It opens up a variety of new doors and opportunities. Thank you for the letter. I can see where this would come in handy. Kate

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Juan Cruz

You are so right in being careful when dealing with people who lost their hoe to a fire.

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Jeff Long

Well thought out letter. Thank you for sharing.

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Connie Nowell

I knew that investors sometimes find homeowners who would actually pay you for taking the burden of their home from them, but I couldn’t think of a circumstance of why someone would be so crazy as to “give away” a home. Now I know, and my wheels are turning. Thanks!

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Kate Bell

Would really help to use this letter. It opens up a variety of new doors and opportunities.

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Steven White II

Thanks for sharing the really useful information. You guys rock!

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Smd

Great letter, please send.

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Bruce McAdams

Great opportunity. I’m looking forward to seeing your letter.

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Al

Right to the point. Congratulations.

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Leif Johanson

Thanks for sharing this short and straight forward letter. Very good way to contact upset homeowners.

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Mike

Very Interesting

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Pat

Letter is just what I needed. Look forward to see what else you have.

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Lorri

I would appreciate a copy of this letter, I never thought of burned houses. The letter would be great.

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Romeo A House

I have never thought of the niche. Awesome letter and video! Thank you!

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Cynthia

Thank you for sharing!

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Lewis,jr

Awesome!

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Joshua Williams

Amazing that you all are giving this at no cost! Thank you for all the information as always.

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Brent

Good letter. I agree with simple approach with no exclamations. Thanks for sharing it.

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Sheila Murchison

I am very interested in receiving your letter that can be sent to the owners of burned houses. I just last week came across a couple of burned houses and started asking investors if they were interested in rehabbing this type of property condition.

Thank you for offering this letter at no cost!

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jim kokinos

valuable information to add to my arsenal of tecqniques….Thanks…..

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Shelly

thank you for your input in a market area usually overlooked by many

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Randy's

I can see this now being a good tool, thanks ….

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George

Nice

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Edison Hernandez

after watching the video, I saw a big opportunity here to prospecting, thank you for such a helpful information.

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Michelle Diane Turner

This sounds awesome

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Crys

Clear and simple, just the way I like it.

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Victor Kay

Always great to receive ,more tool to improve your business.

Thanks

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Tyler Shoaf

Great letter for burned down properties! Thanks for the info I can’t wait for the download! Thanks!

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Doug

Simplicity and honesty. hard to improve.

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Mauricio Jimenez

Great very simple and to the point.
Thanks

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jeremy

Awesome

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Michelle

I have been looking for this!

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Tom S

Great info
I have a local insurance adjuster
Who is a “Fire Chaser”
Hopefully that may help some out there

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antonio sanchez

Certainly a very well written letter, it could with little alterations be used for distressed properties as well. Thank you.

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Micheal

Just moved into another area of the state. I believe this will be very handy.

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Jeff

Excellent letter however…do you have a program on what to do as far as how much to offer the homeowner…and do you repair the home or rebuild the home from scratch? (start over) in other words how do you do it?

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Richard Elliott

I could use all the help I can get with finding houses to acquire for wholesaling to buyers. Thank you for all your help and this free letter.

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Walter

Thanks for your continued research and committed service to all of us who make or starting to make a abundant living dealing with the real estate investment. The REIG has been informative and inspiring to so many…I thank you all again.

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Amy

Loved the letter, not a pushy approach at all.

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richard rosen

Great idea

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Georgia

Thx

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Kenneth Sullivan

Nice presentation UP. Hope to see you again at MemFlips at Fox Ridge Pizza Soon.

Ken Sullivan

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Linda Hough

I have 2 or 3 I’m looking at right now. thanks for the heads up.

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James

Astonishing. Thanks!

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Glenn

This may turn out to be tremendously useful to me. I hope so.

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Bill Cross

Actually had a burned out house, this letter may have altered the approach we used
of repairing and collecting from the insurance company. I like that it is short and to the point

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John Wiggins

Love the letter and appreciate the advice and the information given in the presentation.

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sherri Silvestre

great tactful letter I bought a burn out several yrs ago & did very well Definately would do this again thank you for the info

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Chris

Great idea for an awful situation

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Kenneth Moore

Great content…wise

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John Montour

It’s a really personal looking letter that I think helps puts people at ease in making a decision as to whether to sell or not.

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Dave Kimmel

Very interesting and something I had not considered. I think this niche has a lot of possibilities. The letter is well designed and best of all simple and direct. I like the approach.
DK

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Charles Husted

This is great, thanks!

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