Email Templates for Real Estate Agents

Free Email Messages for Real Estate Agents

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SUBJECT: Homes getting larger or smaller?

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

How are you doing?

I came across something the other day I thought might interest you. Did you know that, according to Zillow, the square footage of newly built, single family homes in 2020 will decrease for the 4th time in five years?

That means the average home in the U.S. has decreased by more than 80-square-feet since 2015.

So, it got me wondering what the largest privately owned home in the country is. Can you guess?

Enjoy your day,
*** YOUR NAME ***

P.S. Still wondering? The largest privately owned home in the U.S. is the Biltmore Estate. At 175,856 square feet, it is still owned by descendants of the original owner, George Vanderbuilt II.


NEW CONTENT


Published on July 13, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Past Clients, Leads.
PURPOSE:  Real Estate Related, Light Touch.

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SUBJECT: Negotiating tips from the world’s greatest 

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

Nelson Mandela has been called the greatest negotiator of the 20th century. Rejecting violence as the means to rid South Africa from its oppressive Apartheid regime, Mandela negotiated his way from a life sentence in prison to become the country’s president.

He did it through negotiations and resistance. He was willing to make concessions, but not about the important things. He was immovable when it came to his principles. He also showed great patience. What he won did not happen overnight. Negotiations take patience, perseverance and dedication, the same qualities apply to a real estate negotiation. 

When you’re negotiating for something important, like a house, knowing what concessions you are willing to make and which you are not, is essential for success. When you make that decision and if you have patience, you’ll put yourself in the strongest possible position.

Best,
*** YOUR NAME ***


NEW CONTENT

Published on July 13, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Past Clients, Leads.
PURPOSE:  Fact, Real Estate Related.

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SUBJECT: Completely Different

BODY: 
Hey, *** FIRST NAME *** - 

Because Independence Day falls on Saturday this year, for many, July 3rd will be their paid holiday. So, how are you going to celebrate July 3rd? Here several suggestions...all involving food! (Yay!)

July 3rd is National Fried Clam Day. Note, it’s not “National ClamBake Day;” it’s FRY-day.

We also celebrate “Eat Your Beans” Day on Friday. This day is set aside to remind us of all the health and economic benefits legumes provide – weight control, high protein/low fat, inexpensive.

What kind of meal would we have without dessert? To go with our fried clams and beans, July 3rd is also National Chocolate Wafer Day

What are you planning to eat on July 3rd? 

Best,
*** YOUR NAME ***


INDEPENDENCE DAY

(4th of JULY) MESSAGE

NEW CONTENT

Published on June,  26, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All in United States.
PURPOSE:  Relationship building, Holiday messaging.

NOTES: 
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Links to use in the message: 
https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-fried-clam-day-july-3/#:~:text=NATIONAL%20FRIED%20CLAM%20DAY%20%E2%80%93%20July%203

https://caloriecontrol.org/the-magic-of-legumes-celebrating-national-eat-your-beans-day/#:~:text=July%203rd%20is%20National%20%E2%80%9CEat,or%20the%20edible%20pods%20themselves.

https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-chocolate-wafer-day-july-3/


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SUBJECT: Completely Different

BODY: 
Hey, *** FIRST NAME *** - 

Father’s Day is around the corner. You aren’t getting Dad another tie or a pair of slippers, are you? It’s about time to do something special for Dad.

What do you get a guy that asks for nothing and already has it all? How about something completely different, even unique? Or, never cliched, sometimes the best gift is sharing fond memories, or by creating new ones. A never-fail option—a handwritten card.

No matter what you choose, Dad will love a thoughtful gift from you.

What was Dad’s favorite past Father’s Day gift?

Best,
*** YOUR NAME ***


FATHER'S DAY MESSAGE


Published on June 8, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Father's Day, Light Touch.

NOTES: 
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Link the words "How about something completely different, even unique" to the following link:
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/13/7-millionaires-reveal-their-favorite-fathers-day-gifts.html 




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SUBJECT: Home Sweet Home Trivia

BODY: 
Hello, *** FIRST NAME *** –

We’ve all heard the expression “Home Sweet Home”, and whether you think of the song by Motley Crue or the crocheted doily framed on your favorite aunt’s living room wall, it’s a sweet sentiment. Do you know where it originated?

Home Sweet Home is a song from the opera Clari, or the Maid of Milan. The lyrics are by John Howard Payne, an American actor and playwright.

The song was first performed in London at Covent Garden in 1823.

So, you’re now one step closer to hitting a home run on Jeopardy!

Have any trivia you’d care to share?

Keep smiling,
*** YOUR NAME ***



Published on June 8, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Sphere, Past-Clients
PURPOSE:  Light Touch.

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SUBJECT: Been TOO Long! 

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

I was just thinking about you, and realized how long it's been since I had been in touch, yikes! 

I hope all is well with you. Please let me know how you're doing, these are certainly different times, right?

I would love to catch up soon. Things are good here, all healthy and safe.

So tell me, how are you?

Best,
*** YOUR NAME ***



Published on May 26, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Old Leads, Anyone You Want to Re-Engage.
PURPOSE:  Re-Engagement, Light Touch.

NOTES: 
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SUBJECT: Kick Up Your Heels

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

Okay, so it’s pouring rain, the gym is closed, you gave away your stair stepper, and you can feel the flab accumulating with every breath. What’s a person to do when the world is closed?

Here’s an idea. As William W. Purkey suggests: “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching….” Chances are, nobody—except maybe family—is watching, and family doesn’t care.

So “exercise” your options. Pop in your earbuds, jack up the music, and let yourself go! Dance like there’s nobody watching...

*** YOUR NAME ***



Published on May 26, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All
PURPOSE: Inspirational Quote, Fun & Friendly Message.

NOTES: 
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SUBJECT: Flag Waving Patriotism

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

With June 14th right around the corner, now would be a good time to get ready for Flag Day.

Also known as Old Glory; The Red, White and Blue; Stars and Stripes; and the Star-Spangled Banner, the American flag represents our country’s independence and unity as a nation.

To refresh yourself or teach your kids about American flag etiquette, click here, and you can find some amazing red, white and blue recipes here.

Let’s face it: Anything that’s lasted since 1777 is always worth celebrating.

Best,
*** YOUR NAME ***



Published on May 26, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All
PURPOSE:  Flag Day, Flag Etiquette, and Patriotic Recipes.

NOTES: 
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LINK TO ADD: 
Link the words "click here" to the following link:

https://www.vfw.org/community/flag-etiquette 

Then "red, white and blue recipes here." to the following link:
https://www.foodiecrush.com/50-red-white-and-blue-recipes/


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SUBJECT: Memorial Day Recognition

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

Memorial Day is set aside for us to remember those Americans who have been lost in our nation’s wars.

In 2020, we are in a war like none most of us have ever seen.The Americans lost in this battle hovers around 100,000. Only the Civil War and the Spanish Flu a century ago eclipse this number of lives lost on American soil. 

So, we take time to remember those who have not survived this ongoing battle. If you know of someone who has been lost to the war against COVID-19, reach out to family members and friends to let them know you are thinking of them and remembering their loved ones.

Stay safe. The battle continues. 

Best,
*** YOUR NAME ***

MEMORIAL DAY MESSAGE

Published on May 25, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All
PURPOSE:  Memorial Day Message with 2020 notes.

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SUBJECT: Checking In

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

How are you?

It’s been a while since we were last in touch and, because these are not normal times, I’m checking in with you to see how you are doing and make sure you’re okay.

I also wanted to find out about your real estate plans. The way our real estate market is constantly changing – with new opportunities cropping up all the time – I wondered if you were still thinking about your real estate possibilities.

Let me know, first of all, how you’re doing and, secondly, if you’re interested in an overview of current trends and how to best position yourself in today’s “new normal” market. We can discuss over the phone or, if you wish, we can grab a cup of coffee. My treat – just tell me when and where – *** YOUR PHONE NUMBER ***. 


Published on May 18, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Old Leads, Out of Touch Contacts.
PURPOSE:  Re-Engagement Message for Old Leads or Contacts. Written for "the new normal" of COVID-19.

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SUBJECT: Checking In

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

How are you?

It’s been a while since we were in touch about your real estate plans so I thought I’d take a moment and check-in. The way our real estate market is constantly changing – new opportunities cropping up all the time – I wondered if you were still thinking about your real estate possibilities.

Let me know if you’re interested in an overview of current trends and how to best position yourself in today’s market. Do you have some time this week to grab a cup of coffee? My treat – just tell me when and where – *** YOUR PHONE NUMBER ***. 


Published on May 18, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Old Leads, Out of Touch Contacts.
PURPOSE:  Re-Engagement Message for Old Leads or Contacts. Everyday Message.

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SUBJECT: A Lesson from Chance the Gardener

BODY: 

In the classic movie “Being There,” the late Peter Sellers played the intellectually challenged Chance the gardener. When his employer and benefactor dies, Chance, who has known nothing of the outside world, except what he’s seen in TV soap operas, wanders the streets of Washington, D.C.

Through a series of events, he’s introduced as Chauncey Gardner to the upper echelons of D.C. society and government. His simplistic sayings (which are simplistic because he is a simple man) are taken as great words of wisdom. One of the sayings that he learned as a gardener was “Winter follows fall and spring follows winter.”

In fact, those are indeed words of wisdom we should remember as our part of the world reawakens this year: The seasons of the year pass, just as surely as the “Season of Covid-19” shall pass.

While we try to set a date to the passing of winter into spring, we realize that with a late spring snow shower only nature determines when winter will end. Covid-19 shall pass as well. We can’t set a date as to when, but we can help it along with everyone taking precautions and with the world’s best minds working to treat and prevent it.

What positive sayings do you think of when your spirits need lifted?




Published on May 18, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Keep in Touch, Positive Message.

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SUBJECT: Who doesn’t love doughnuts?

BODY: 
Hello, *** FIRST NAME *** –

Ever think soft, sticky, delicious doughnuts should have their own holiday?

If you said yes, you’re in luck! They do.

National Doughnut Day is celebrated annually on the first Friday in June to honor the work of World War I American Salvation Army volunteers in Europe.

So, even if you’re watching your calories, it would be almost unpatriotic to turn down an ooey, gooey fried doughnut this June 5th! No matter how you spell it – doughnut or donut – it’s hard not to love them.

Sweet dreams!
*** YOUR NAME ***

P.S. Salvation Army “lassies” delivering food were the only women outside of military personnel allowed to visit the front lines in Europe during WWI.


Published on May 18, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  National Doughnut Day, Keep in Touch, Fun & Friendly.

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SUBJECT: Looking For Updates?

BODY: 
Hi *** FIRST NAME ***,

Thinking of buying or selling? Looking for updates on the market?

Now is this time to be positive and proactive! I know our area and can provide all of the latest real estate information during this unusual time. Please text me (*** YOUR PHONE NUMBER ***), and we can schedule a call or video chat to answer any questions that you may have.

Here to help,
*** YOUR NAME *** 


Published on May 18, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Positive Message, Touching Base, Real Estate Related.

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SUBJECT: Play Ball, Maybe?

BODY: 
Hey there, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE***

If you’re a baseball fan, I commiserate with you. We should be well into the season, yet no inside curve-balls have been tossed, no suicide squeeze plays have been called, nor has a manager kicked dirt on an umpire’s shoes in earnest. Oh, the tragedy.

But fear not. As we sit isolated, Major League execs are making plans. What are they? Some are thinking about an 80 game season (about half as many as usual). Some are considering more interleague play so natural geographic rivals will be playing each other more often. Some are saying every game will feature designated hitters. And all are preparing for the games to be played in empty parks. 

Not the same at all. But Cody Bellinger and Pete Alonso will still be sending balls downtown. Jason Verlander and Max Scherzer will still be making batters look silly at the plate. Ron Acuna, Jr. and Mallex Smith will still  be stealing bases like Bonnie and Clyde robbed banks. And broadcast announcers will still be filling our ears with corny metaphors and similes like that Bonnie and Clyde reference.

It won’t be the same. It won’t be normal. But it can still be a lot of fun. Today, we need to be creative in solving our own immediate problems. We may not pitch a perfect game. But, at the end of the season, you know what counts as much as a perfect game? A win. Let’s win this season.

What creative ideas are you considering to get a win?


Published on May 11, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Keep in Touch, Baseball Season during COVID-19.

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SUBJECT: For the day...

BODY: 
Hi ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE***, 

Just a quick thought for the day to share:
May every sunrise hold more promise, may every sunset hold more peace...

Please let me know if I can answer any real estate questions during this unusual time at ***ADD YOUR PHONE HERE***. A lot of buyers/sellers are considering their options, and I have all of the latest market information. Happy to share. 

All the best,


Published on May 11, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Positive Thought.

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SUBJECT: What’s Trending for 2020

BODY: 
Hello, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

How’s your day going?

Working in real estate, I always try to keep my eyes open for upcoming trends. Granted, just because something’s trending doesn’t mean it’ll work for every home or be to everyone’s taste. However, when I saw this I couldn’t help but take note and I wanted to share it with you.

At a time when open spaces, light colors and pared-down interiors seem to be all the rage, vintage accents are suddenly beginning to reappear with detailing used in furnishings from the 1800s and early 1900s.

Don’t let me mislead you. I’m not talking about vintage everywhere, but one or two pieces are being featured, making a brilliant statement.

Hope all is well. If you have any real estate questions at all, don’t hesitate to call.

Look forward to hearing from you,


Published on May 11, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Keep in touch, Trends.

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SUBJECT: Finding that Silver Lining

BODY: 
Hello, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

How’s your day going?

Whenever I find myself in uncertain times I always try to look for that silver lining.

In this case, that silver lining could be finding that ever elusive time – time to clean out that closet you’ve been wanting to tackle. Or, what about reading that bestseller that’s been collecting dust on your bookshelf? We likely all have television series or films we’ve been trying to get to. Then there’s that new recipe just waiting to be tested.

You could even read Matthew Quick’s 2008 novel The Silver Linings Playbook. 🙂

If you’ve found your silver lining, let me know what it is!

Keep smiling,                                                                                                                   


Published on May 11, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Keep in Touch.

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SUBJECT: Happy Mother's Day!

BODY: 
There’s nothing more precious than a mother’s touch.
Happy Mother’s Day!                                                                                                                           


MOTHER'S DAY MESSAGE

Published on May 4, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Mother's Day Message.

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SUBJECT: For the love of dog...there’s too much we don’t know about COVID-19

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

There’s a lot more we don’t know about the COVID-19 coronavirus than what we do know.

Like, what about our pets? Can they carry the disease? Can they infect others? How does the disease affect them? These are questions we’re just beginning to explore. According to an article on the website MarketWatch.com at least two dogs have tested positive for the virus.

There’s no evidence that the virus will make them ill or lead to death. Nor is there any evidence that they can transmit the virus to humans. We should not make any rash decisions about our pets, but we should be vigilant in washing with soap and water after petting them and not allowing them to kiss us, especially on our face. (I know...hard, right?)

Just as we do with all our family members and friends, we should continue to love and care for the dogs, cats and other pets that have brought us so much joy and happiness.

What would your reaction be if your favorite pet tested positive for the virus?

Stay safe and healthy, 

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on May 4, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  COVID-19, Pets.

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This message contains a link. Link the following: "MarketWatch.com" with this link: 
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/second-dog-tests-positive-for-coronavirus-as-owners-warned-not-to-abandon-pets-2020-03-20







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SUBJECT:  No Sweat

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

You’ve likely read that aerobic exercise improves your brain function, but if you’re physically unable to exercise vigorously – or sweating is not your thing – you’ll probably be happy to learn new research suggests that yoga may improve brain function, as well.

That said, according to the American Osteopathic Association, yoga benefits also include increased flexibility, muscle strength and tone, energy and vitality, and cardio and circulatory health.

If you’re already practicing yoga, better brain function may be one more good reason to keep at it. If you haven’t tried yoga, you might want to talk with an expert about it.

If you have any real estate questions, I’ll be happy to answer them. 

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on May 4, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Workout, real estate light mention.

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This message contains a link. Link the following: "yoga may improve brain function" with this link: 
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SUBJECT: Kick Up Your Heels

BODY: 
Hello, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

Okay, so it’s pouring rain, the gym is closed, you gave away your stair stepper, and you’re sure you can feel a bit of flab accumulating with every breath. What’s a person to do when the world is closed?

Here’s an idea. As William W. Purkey suggests: “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching….” Chances are, nobody – except maybe family – is watching, and likely your family doesn’t care.

So “exercise” your options. Pop in your earbuds, jack up the music, and let yourself go! Dance like there’s nobody watching...

Enjoy,

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on May 4, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Timely observation.

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SUBJECT: Tip for Working from Home

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

If working remotely is relatively new for you, you could be finding some bumps in the road. As a real estate professional, a lot of my work is done virtually and I’ve learned a thing or two about working from home.

So here’s a tip:
If you share your home with other people – spouse, children, parents, roommates – understand it will take clear guidelines from you and cooperation from everyone, and especially if you don’t have a separate home office.

If you’re searching for a home, perhaps you’ll want to think about adding a separate work space to your list of “must haves”.

In the meantime, if you’d like more tips – or you have any real estate questions at all – feel free to contact me at ***ADD YOUR PHONE HERE***. 

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on April 27, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Timely observation, helpful tip.

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SUBJECT: Getting to the Root of the Problem

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

As most of us have spent the majority of our time behind closed doors recently, a topic of concern has grown among much of our population, both young and old, male and female.

Getting right down to the root of the problem, it’s our hair.

For some, it is grey roots (that silver lining) sprouting from gloriously rich color. For others, it’s flowing blond hair suddenly stopping short at a crown of brown. Still others have watched their wildly trendy hairstyles transition into mediocrity.

It’s a problem not even social distancing can solve.

I don’t have the answer, but I do have a warning. Don’t tear your hair out. No one really cares what your hair looks like. They’re too busy worrying about their own. 🙂

Keep smiling,

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on April 27, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Humorous observation, irony.

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SUBJECT: Be the change...

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

Hope your world is looking brighter.

While it’s not really useful to pretend we haven’t been through a terrible trauma lately, our circumstances have given most of us time to reflect on where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going.

No one is predicting we’re going to go back to exactly where we were just a few months ago. 

So, we can expect change. That said, I love the words of Mahatma Gandhi: “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” Perhaps this is a perfect time to do just that.

Keep in touch, 

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on April 27, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All
PURPOSE:  Inspirational quote, hopeful thought.

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SUBJECT: Is this a great opportunity, or what?

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

There’s a quote by an anonymous author that’s been sticking in my mind these days. It seems as though it was meant for this exact time in our lives:

You will never look back on life and think, "I spent too much time with my kids."

While the COVID-19 pandemic is bringing hardships to a lot of people, it’s also bringing families closer together. That’s great...and a little frightening. 

Quite frankly, most people who are self-quarantining themselves aren’t used to so much time with the kids. We don’t know what to do after the kids have finished their online school work other than turning on TV, and that’s not really spending time with them, is it? 

If you’re at a loss for activities that involve your children, you might want to try this site.

What’s your favorite activity with your kids?

Have a great day,

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on April 27, 2020

AUDIENCE:  All.
PURPOSE:  Build relationships and generate conversation.

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SUBJECT:  More than real estate on our minds

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

As I work every day to help you achieve your real estate goals, I want you to know that I’m also here for you during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Obviously, I don’t have medical knowledge that is useful in fighting this virus. What I do have are a great many connections with people who can possibly serve you...and not just in real estate. There may be some things I am unable to help you with. On the other hand, I’m going to do all I can to get you any help or expertise you may need...and try my best to answer any question you might have. 

You know my number –***ADD YOUR PHONE HERE***. Please call to see if I can help. 

Best wishes, 

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on April 27, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Current active clients
PURPOSE:  Relationship building.

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SUBJECT: Is “Art” Really Necessary?

BODY: 
Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

I was sent this message from a musician, and thought I’d pass it on:

“As you binge watch your 13th entire series, or read a book, or sleep to music, remember. Remember that in the darkest days, when everything stopped, you turned to artists.”

What are you doing to pass the time?

Keep in touch, 

***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on April 27, 2020

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SUBJECT: Healthy and Productive!

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Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

Did you know if you clean for two hours, you burn 200 calories? 

Since we’re all stuck inside and probably cleaning more, I thought I would share this piece of info to maximize your time (Cleaner-cising!). Do you have any quarantine hacks that are helping you stay happy and productive? I’d love for you to share!

Letting you know that I’m thinking of you during these unusual times. Please call, text, or video chat if you have any real estate questions – ***ADD YOUR PHONE HERE***. I'm staying up-to-date with the market and can share everything new that I’ve been hearing. 

Keep in touch, 

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Published on April 20, 2020

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SUBJECT: What are you watching?

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Hi, ***ADD FIRST NAME HERE*** –

Did you know that most people dream in color, but those that grew up watching black and white television often dream in black and white? 

I know you may be watching more television than normal right now, so I thought I’d share this link for 9 more Fun TV facts. What’s the best show or movie you’ve watched recently? I’d love for you to share. 

Although TV can offer a much needed distraction, it’s important to stay proactive. I’m working hard to stay up-to-date with the real estate market and I can promise you this: buyers are still buying and sellers are still selling! Things are looking up!

Please call, text, or video chat if you have any questions – ***ADD YOUR PHONE HERE***. 

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Published on April 20, 2020

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SUBJECT: Are you an optimist?

BODY:
Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE** –

Has anyone ever called you an optimist, and you wondered if it was really true?

According to Winston Churchill,
“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”

Let’s face it: We’re in the midst of difficult times, which presents a myriad of opportunities to help other people.

If you’d like to help, but aren’t sure how, click here. If you’d simply like to talk with someone, call me – **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

All the best,
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Published on April 20, 2020

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PURPOSE:  Inspiration and Hope.

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SUBJECT: Play ball...

BODY:
This is supposed to be the time of year when baseball fans throughout the country are donning their favorite team’s jerseys and jackets and heading out to the ballpark. 

If you’re worried those jerseys and jackets are just going to remain on hangers, waiting for the time it’s safe to “play ball” (and who hasn’t been worried about that?), fear not, your favorite team’s wardrobe is heading to the frontlines to fight COVID-19. 

What other ways do you think manufacturers can repurpose and retool to help fight the virus?


Published on April 20, 2020

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SUBJECT: A temporary blip or a new way of living?

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Is the Corona Virus pandemic a passing interruption in our lives, or are we on the brink of a paradigm shift in our way of living?

The latter scenario may seem challenging, if not downright scary to a lot of people. Don’t count evolutionary anthropologists among those who find it particularly frightening. They see humans adapting to a new way of life, using a variety of creative solutions to come together, even when done remotely. Read this article from “The New Yorker" as it dives into their thoughts

After you read the article, I’d love to know your thoughts. 

Thinking of you,
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Published on April 20, 2020

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SUBJECT: Move it 15% More

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Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE** –

Did you know that by listening to music while working out people have an average improvement in their overall performance by 15%? 

Since we all seem to have a lot of time to workout these days, I thought I would share this little tidbit of trivia in case it might motivate you (or perhaps me) to get out there and take advantage of this unexpected downtime. Read more about the benefits of music for your workout with 11 fun facts here

I know you may have a lot on your mind right now but in case you had any real estate questions,  I am always here to help. Please call, text, or video chat if you have any questions – **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**. 

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Published on April 13, 2020

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PURPOSE:  Fun facts and motivation, exercise facts.

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SUBJECT: Move it 15% More

BODY:
Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE** –

Did you know that by listening to music while working out people have an average improvement in their overall performance by 15%? 

Since we all seem to have a lot of time to workout these days, I thought I would share this little tidbit of trivia in case it might motivate you (or perhaps me) to get out there and take advantage of this unexpected downtime. Read more about the benefits of music for your workout with 11 fun facts here

I know you may have a lot on your mind right now but in case you had any real estate questions,  I am always here to help. Please call, text, or video chat if you have any questions – **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**. 

Keep in touch,
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Published on April 13, 2020

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SUBJECT: The Can Do Attitude

BODY:
There are a lot of things I can’t do today. I can’t go out to eat. I can’t go to the movies. I can’t go to any concerts, plays, sporting events or even hang out with my buddies.

As I was feeling down, thinking of all the things I can’t do, I thought of a quote by one of the greatest collegiate basketball coaches of all time,  John Wooden:

“Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”

From now on, I will concentrate on all the things I can do. 

What’s on your list of things you can do today? 

Stay safe, stay healthy.


Published on April 13, 2020

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SUBJECT: Kids create the darndest things

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Leave it to kids and teachers to find creative ways to practice “social distancing,” putting as much emphasis on “social” as on “distancing.”

Sophie Meer’s first grade class in Riverview, FL (just outside Tampa) held a virtual pajama party using Zoom, where all the party-goers got to show off their kittens. 

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What creative ways have you been using to practice social distancing?


Published on April 13, 2020

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SUBJECT: Be Positive and Proactive! 

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Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Buyers are still buying homes, and sellers are still selling! Despite the unusual circumstances, now is a great time to be positive and proactive. I know the market and can answer any questions you may have. 

Please call, text, or video chat – **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**. 

Respectfully, 

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Published on April 13, 2020

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SUBJECT: Easter in Quarantine

BODY:
Some friends were lamenting on a chat recently about not being able to get together with family for the Easter Holiday this year. There have to be some resources out there of ways to celebrate Easter in quarantine.

I found this video that suggests ways to celebrate, worship and share the holiday spirit and meaning with the people that matter to you in ways that maintain safe social distancing. 

I hope you have a wonderful holiday, no matter how you celebrate it. There’s always next year to look forward to.


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Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: The First Seder

BODY:
For those celebrating Passover this year, it is a poignant reminder of where the story of Passover began.

Rabbi Eitiel Goldwicht shares the reason why this year in quarantine is not any different than when the first Seder dinner was held in Egypt during a plague. As the Jewish people gather to celebrate Passover, they share the chant “Next year in Israel” which is reminiscent of the first Passover when the Jewish people were slaves in Israel enduring a plague, hoping for their freedom. In this case, we all wait for the freedom from the restrictions of this pandemic.

May your Passover be filled with sweetness, joy and health, with wishes that next year you may celebrate once again together with your family, no matter where you may be.


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Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: Environmental Benefits?

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I’ve seen a lot of images over the last week of improvements in the environment in parts of the world attributed to the covid-19 pandemic and the near elimination of travel and industry.

In Venice Italy the canals are clear and schools of fish are visible. The air pollution over China, and many other largely industrial areas have also declined. There’s some positive impacts to the health of our planet during this uncertain time.

This video talks about those changes, the impact and what we might carry forward when we get through this pandemic and the citizens of the world recover.

What do you think will change after the pandemic in how we work, live and produce material goods?


Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: Fostering Love

BODY:
Every now and then, I come across something too heartwarming not to share… like the trend during the pandemic of fostering and adoption of shelter animals. It’s a perfect win-win! The pets are getting homes, and the people are getting companions to help alleviate stress while staying home.

Studies have shown that pets, especially dogs, help reduce stress for their owners, or human companions. It’s nice to see something good coming during this difficult time for so many.

What stories of hope have you seen recently that made you smile? Stay healthy, happy and well! We’ll get through this together, and with the help of our animal companions.


Published on April 3, 2020

AUDIENCE:  Keep in Touch, Leads
PURPOSE: Inspiration and Hope

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SUBJECT:  Kids talk Covid-19

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There are over 32.5 million kids out of school during the covid-19 pandemic. It’s nice to see they are keeping busy and happy. This video produced by the Washington Post gives a peek into the lives of some of these amazing kids. 

They share their thoughts on Covid-19, being home, and what they like, or don’t like about it. The take-away, they are bored having gotten their wish of “no school.”

Keep your chin up, stay healthy and happy! I am here if you need to talk, anytime, just give me a call at **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**

Best,

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Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: Hopeful Help

BODY:
It’s a whole new world out there, and keeping a positive attitude can be taxing.

I always find quotes helpful when I need inspiration and a boost. So I wanted to share a favorite with you, hopefully you find it inspiring as well.

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Be safe, healthy and stay positive! We’ll get through this.


Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: Hope on the other side of the window

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We’re reminded every day of the toll COVID-19 takes on our world. It can be pretty darn overwhelming. 

These days, it’s more important than ever to hear stories of hope that inspire us. Nic Brown from rural Ohio has one such story. Check out his story by visiting this link and watch the video for a story that will warm your heart. Know that there are dedicated men and women working tirelessly, putting their own lives on the line, to help us find our own window of hope. 

If you have any inspirational messages you would like to share, please email, call or text me at **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

We’ll get through this together, knowing it’s windows and not walls that separate us.

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Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: Protocols in a new age

BODY:
As we embrace “social distancing,” we’ve got to admit, the rules aren’t totally clear. What may we do? What’s expressly forbidden? What areas are to-be-determined?

Recently, psychologists, pathologists, ethicists, and others weighed in on the topic in this article on Vox, a lot of interesting things in there. 

Share the do’s and don’ts you’ve established for you and your family, it would be great to share those ideas with each other, a little inspiration can go a long way.

Send me an email, or a text, I would love to hear from you anytime.

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Published on April 3, 2020

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SUBJECT: Hands, washing hands

BODY:
Gather the family around the computer and check out this fun take on Sweet Caroline. Join Neil Diamond in his rewrite of “Sweet Caroline.” Get ready to join in on the “bah-bah-bah” and “so good, so good, so good” singalong sections. 

So good, indeed.

Hope this brightens your day,

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Published on April 3, 2020

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PURPOSE: Build relationships, Light-hearted fun

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SUBJECT: Nothing lasts forever

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Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

How are you doing? Seriously.

Was it only a few months ago that Covid-19 wasn’t even a part of our vocabulary?

Now we’re thinking about it almost 24/7; it seems we can’t get it out of our minds. But if there’s one thing history’s taught us, it’s that things change. As Robert H. Schuller, the American author, speaker, and pastor once said, “Tough times never last, but tough people do.”

I just happened upon his quote, but I found it really inspiring. I thought maybe you would, too.

If you come across any quotes you want to share, I love to hear them.

Stay tough,
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Published on March 24, 2020

AUDIENCE: Past clients & sphere
PURPOSE: Build relationships and generate conversation

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SUBJECT: New words for this !@#$%&!

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As you may remember, every January new words are added to the Oxford English Dictionary list. You can find the new words list for January 2020 here.

Next January we’re likely going to see the word “social distancing” on that list, which you probably know means deliberately increasing the physical space between us. As social creatures, we’re wired for connection, and the effects of denying our instincts can lead to anxiety.

If you feel like this move toward social isolation is getting you down, you might find some relief in reading the USA Today article 10 things to help you ease anxiety around coronavirus here.

If you feel like you’re going stir crazy and just want to talk, feel free to give me a ring – **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**

Looking forward to hearing from you,
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Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Past clients & sphere
PURPOSE: Build relationships and generate conversation

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SUBJECT: Concerned about our economy?

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Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

I think you’d have to go a long way to find someone who didn’t appreciate at least some of what Franklin D. Roosevelt brought to our country when it most needed it, and his words couldn’t be more relevant today: “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.”

When the President spoke those powerful words, America was facing an unemployment rate of 25%.

During these trying times, I’m attempting to keep things in perspective. How about you?

Let’s talk soon,
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Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: Just a thought...

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Do you ever look for inspirational quotes? Sometimes I find they just give me the boost I need, and this one was so inspiring I thought I’d share it with you. “Try to be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud,” which is from Maya Angelou.

What I liked about it the most is that it spurred me on to reconnect with someone I hadn’t spoken with in forever. I’d been meaning to reach out, but always thought something else was more important. I finally did it, and I’ve been smiling ever since.

Is there someone out there who’d appreciate a call from you? It might really make your day.

Just a thought,
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Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: Talking to kids about COVID-19

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Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Everyone has questions about COVID-19, and no one has more pointed questions than children. 

Sometimes, their questions are difficult to answer. Sometimes, we don’t even want to think of the questions they ask. That’s why I had to share an excellent article I found that discusses how to answer some of the biggest questions kids have. Check it out and let me know if you find it helpful:

https://www.vox.com/2020/3/20/21186739/coronavirus-kids-parents-covid-19-pandemic-parenting

I hope the article is helpful. If we all share what we learn, we’re going to get through this together.

Have you found any articles you want to share? I’d love to see them.

We've got this!
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Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: COVID-19 even changes our most casual greeting

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

How are you doing? Today that question isn’t merely a greeting. In the past, we’ve used it to simply say, “Hi,” without expecting an answer. 

COVID-19 has changed everything. I really do want to know if you’re okay and if there’s anything I can do to help you. And I want you to know, if you have any questions or need to know of a service provider who can help you, I want you to tell me. My number is **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**

So, how are you doing?

Best wishes,
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Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Past clients & sphere
PURPOSE: Re-connect and build relationships

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SUBJECT: How COVID is affecting real estate

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Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

I'm checking in to see if you have any questions about real estate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Changes are happening daily, sometimes hourly, and I’m doing my best to stay on top of all the changes that affect buying and selling real estate in our area. 

Give me a call and I’ll tell you what I know. You can reach me at **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

Best wishes,
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Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Any
PURPOSE: Generate phone conversations

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SUBJECT: Soap to the rescue!

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Hi, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Everyone knows one of the best ways to fight COVID-19 is to wash with soap and water for 20 seconds. But why does plain old boring soap work so well on a virus that is capable of causing a pandemic? And why 20 seconds, specifically?

These may be some of the questions your children, or other family members might be pondering. Well, you’re about to be a rock star with a scientific explanation that’s easy to explain. All you need do is click here to watch a short video that’s fun and educational. 

Was that useful, or helpful to you? What questions about the virus do you have? I don’t know if I have the answer, but I’ll try to find the right resource to help get that answer. Email me or give me a call at **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**

We do better together,
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Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Any
PURPOSE: Demonstrate you care by reaching out without a sales agenda

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SUBJECT: Looking for a distraction?

BODY:

Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

You’ve likely heard the saying, “Charity begins at home,” and since most of us are spending the majority of our time there, I thought I’d pass on one of those win-win suggestions: Clean out your closet for charity.

I know, parting with that once-favorite summer sweater can be sweet sorrow, but look at all you’re gaining—all that space you’re gaining! You’re not only saving yourself from having to dig through your entire closet every morning, but you’re bringing real joy to someone who’d really appreciate the donation.

For tips on decluttering your closet, click here.

For tips on decluttering your whole house, call me – **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

Happy to help,
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Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: SOI, PAST CLIENTS (people who know you), Leads
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SUBJECT: Going stir crazy?

BODY:
Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Some people do just fine with less socialization, but I admit I’m not among them. If you’re like me and social distancing is beginning to wear on you, I have a fun suggestion.

Have you ever seen the classic movie, Singin’ in the Rain? If you’re looking for a great, fun distraction to keep your mind off of COVID-19 for a bit, keep your eyes open for this 1952 American musical romantic comedy classic with Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, and Debbie Reynolds. You might recognize the iconic scene in which Kelly dances in a rainstorm.

You deserve the break, and it’s an iconic flick.

Let me know if you loved it or, if you’d rather just talk, feel free to give me a ring – **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

All the best,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: Once Casual Greeting?

BODY:
Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

How are you doing? Today that question isn’t merely a casual greeting. In the past, we’ve used it to simply say, “Hi,” without expecting an answer.

Today that's changed. I really do want to know if you’re okay and if there’s anything I can do to help you. I want you to know, if you have any questions or need to know of a service provider who can help you, I want you to tell me. I am here to help any time you might need it, just give me a call at **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

So, how are you doing?

Best wishes,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: SOI, PAST CLIENTS (people who know you), REENGAGEMENT

PURPOSE: to demonstrate you care by reaching out without a sales agenda


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SUBJECT: Nothing lasts forever

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

How are you doing? Seriously.

Was it only a few months ago that Covid-19 wasn’t even a part of our vocabulary?

Now we’re thinking about it almost 24/7; it seems we can’t get it out of our minds. But if there’s one thing history’s taught us, it’s that things change. As Robert H. Schuller, the American author, speaker, and pastor once said, “Tough times never last, but tough people do.”

I just happened upon his quote, but I found it really inspiring. I thought maybe you would, too.

If you come across any quotes you want to share, I love to hear them.

Stay tough,
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Published on March 24, 2020

AUDIENCE: Past clients & sphere
PURPOSE: Build relationships and generate conversation

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SUBJECT: New words for this !@#$%&!

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

As you may remember, every January new words are added to the Oxford English Dictionary list. You can find the new words list for January 2020 here.

Next January we’re likely going to see the word “social distancing” on that list, which you probably know means deliberately increasing the physical space between us. As social creatures, we’re wired for connection, and the effects of denying our instincts can lead to anxiety.

If you feel like this move toward social isolation is getting you down, you might find some relief in reading the USA Today article 10 things to help you ease anxiety around coronavirus here.

If you feel like you’re going stir crazy and just want to talk, feel free to give me a ring – **ADD YOUR PHONE NUMBER HERE**

Looking forward to hearing from you,
**ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE**



Published on March 24, 2020
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PURPOSE: Build relationships and generate conversation

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SUBJECT: Concerned about our economy?

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

I think you’d have to go a long way to find someone who didn’t appreciate at least some of what Franklin D. Roosevelt brought to our country when it most needed it, and his words couldn’t be more relevant today: “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.”

When the President spoke those powerful words, America was facing an unemployment rate of 25%.

During these trying times, I’m attempting to keep things in perspective. How about you?

Let’s talk soon,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Past clients & sphere
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SUBJECT: Just a thought...

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Do you ever look for inspirational quotes? Sometimes I find they just give me the boost I need, and this one was so inspiring I thought I’d share it with you. “Try to be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud,” which is from Maya Angelou.

What I liked about it the most is that it spurred me on to reconnect with someone I hadn’t spoken with in forever. I’d been meaning to reach out, but always thought something else was more important. I finally did it, and I’ve been smiling ever since.

Is there someone out there who’d appreciate a call from you? It might really make your day.

Just a thought,
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Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: Talking to kids about COVID-19

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Everyone has questions about COVID-19, and no one has more pointed questions than children. 

Sometimes, their questions are difficult to answer. Sometimes, we don’t even want to think of the questions they ask. That’s why I had to share an excellent article I found that discusses how to answer some of the biggest questions kids have. Check it out and let me know if you find it helpful:

https://www.vox.com/2020/3/20/21186739/coronavirus-kids-parents-covid-19-pandemic-parenting

I hope the article is helpful. If we all share what we learn, we’re going to get through this together.

Have you found any articles you want to share? I’d love to see them.

We've got this!
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
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PURPOSE: Build relationships and generate conversation

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SUBJECT: COVID-19 even changes our most casual greeting

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

How are you doing? Today that question isn’t merely a greeting. In the past, we’ve used it to simply say, “Hi,” without expecting an answer. 

COVID-19 has changed everything. I really do want to know if you’re okay and if there’s anything I can do to help you. And I want you to know, if you have any questions or need to know of a service provider who can help you, I want you to tell me. My number is **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**

So, how are you doing?

Best wishes,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Past clients & sphere
PURPOSE: Re-connect and build relationships

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SUBJECT: How COVID is affecting real estate

BODY:
Hi **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

I'm checking in to see if you have any questions about real estate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Changes are happening daily, sometimes hourly, and I’m doing my best to stay on top of all the changes that affect buying and selling real estate in our area. 

Give me a call and I’ll tell you what I know. You can reach me at **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

Best wishes,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***


Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: Any
PURPOSE: Generate phone conversations

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SUBJECT: Soap to the rescue!

BODY:
Hi, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Everyone knows one of the best ways to fight COVID-19 is to wash with soap and water for 20 seconds. But why does plain old boring soap work so well on a virus that is capable of causing a pandemic? And why 20 seconds, specifically?

These may be some of the questions your children, or other family members might be pondering. Well, you’re about to be a rock star with a scientific explanation that’s easy to explain. All you need do is click here to watch a short video that’s fun and educational. 

Was that useful, or helpful to you? What questions about the virus do you have? I don’t know if I have the answer, but I’ll try to find the right resource to help get that answer. Email me or give me a call at **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**

We do better together,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: Looking for a distraction?

BODY:

Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

You’ve likely heard the saying, “Charity begins at home,” and since most of us are spending the majority of our time there, I thought I’d pass on one of those win-win suggestions: Clean out your closet for charity.

I know, parting with that once-favorite summer sweater can be sweet sorrow, but look at all you’re gaining—all that space you’re gaining! You’re not only saving yourself from having to dig through your entire closet every morning, but you’re bringing real joy to someone who’d really appreciate the donation.

For tips on decluttering your closet, click here.

For tips on decluttering your whole house, call me – **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

Happy to help,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
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SUBJECT: Going stir crazy?

BODY:
Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

Some people do just fine with less socialization, but I admit I’m not among them. If you’re like me and social distancing is beginning to wear on you, I have a fun suggestion.

Have you ever seen the classic movie, Singin’ in the Rain? If you’re looking for a great, fun distraction to keep your mind off of COVID-19 for a bit, keep your eyes open for this 1952 American musical romantic comedy classic with Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, and Debbie Reynolds. You might recognize the iconic scene in which Kelly dances in a rainstorm.

You deserve the break, and it’s an iconic flick.

Let me know if you loved it or, if you’d rather just talk, feel free to give me a ring – **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

All the best,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
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PURPOSE: to demonstrate you care by reaching out without a sales agenda
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SUBJECT: Once Casual Greeting?

BODY:
Hello, **ADD FIRST NAME HERE**

How are you doing? Today that question isn’t merely a casual greeting. In the past, we’ve used it to simply say, “Hi,” without expecting an answer.

Today that's changed. I really do want to know if you’re okay and if there’s anything I can do to help you. I want you to know, if you have any questions or need to know of a service provider who can help you, I want you to tell me. I am here to help any time you might need it, just give me a call at **ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE**.

So, how are you doing?

Best wishes,
***ADD YOUR SIGNATURE HERE***



Published on March 24, 2020
AUDIENCE: SOI, PAST CLIENTS (people who know you), REENGAGEMENT

PURPOSE: to demonstrate you care by reaching out without a sales agenda


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