Property Valuation - Lead Emails / Responses
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When someone fills out the first page of your Property Valuation landing page, you will get an email with the property address entered.
Then when the person fills out the second page with their buy / sell plans and contact information, you will get a second email with ALL the information.
If you only get the first email, this means that the second page was never completed. This happens in the world of landing pages, BUT you will have good information from which to convert the lead.
Use your available systems to look up the address to find the owners name and see if their email and phone are publicly available. If so, just use this information and follow up with a 'Quick CMA' providing a value range estimate of the home.
If you can not find their email or phone number, then drop off the 'Quick CMA' to their home with a note that you got their address from a Property Valuation request!!
In your 'Quick CMA' be sure to let them know that you are only providing a value range estimate of their home based on available information about their home and the current market.
ASK for the appointment / PROVIDE value
Be sure to ask for the appointment.
Let the homeowner know, in the form of a question that you are available either (DAY / TIME 1) or (DAY / TIME 2) to do a courtesy review of their home to provide an actual price at which their home would list for sale in the current market, and that you will provide them some ideas on how they could increase the property value, which day and time would work best for them to do this?
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