Probate leads season exceptionally well.
Personal representatives and heirs often get stuck in what we call “Probate Quicksand.” Either due to time constraints, emotional stress, or both, people procrastinate when it comes to handling what needs to be handled regarding inherited property.
In many cases, this means they are leaving money on the table and possibly setting themselves up to fall behind on mortgage payments, let properties slip further into distress, or miss other unforeseen circumstances like a lack of homeowners’ insurance during natural disaster, Squatter occupancy, etc…
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These are especially viable opportunities for YOU to step in and pull them out of this quicksand – Even/especially if it’s been a few months since the probate was initially filed.
Doing exactly this just brought James 3 deals and 4 listing appointments in the last two weeks!
In this video, James shares his success story with calling older leads – He was surprised to see how well they seasoned and is now looking to 10x his business through probate real estate leads. Most importantly, he really feels like he is finding intrinsic value in his business by taking an empathetic approach and providing real solutions to real problems people are dealing with.
ATL Trainers and Founders Chad, Jim, and Tim all offer great insights for recognizing when prospective clients (both personal representatives and other heirs to the estate), are stuck in Probate Quicksand, and how to pull them out. Watch Below:
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This highlight is from Mastermind Call #235, which you can catch in full here.
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