How A Direct Mail Campaign Benefits The Crowded Fort Myers Real Estate Market

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Dependable Homebuyers recently announced a bold new initiative. The nation’s leading home buying company has started a direct mail campaign for Fort Myers homeowners. This campaign will utilize postcards, as well as a simple, decidedly direct approach. This campaign will reach out to those who are eager to sell in Fort Meyers, but who perhaps do not have the resources to do so. The truth of the matter is that they do have resources. This is where Dependable Homebuyers can enter the picture.

This is what the company hopes to achieve with their direct mail campaign. Similar campaigns have been tried in other parts of the United States, including Washington DC. The results have been an astonishing success for not only the company, but for homeowners who want to sell in the most straightforward fashion possible.

A direct mail campaign can strike some as a bit old-fashioned. In this era of targeted email campaigns, SEO work, and other features, it is difficult for some to imagine the usefulness of a direct mail campaign. The truth of the matter is that a direct mail campaign has been proven to be enormously effective. It not only reaches those who may discover Dependable Homebuyers online, but it can also reach those who may not use the internet in such a fashion. The number of homeowners who are eager to sell in Fort Meyers is always going to be a large one. These are individuals who need to sell, and in many situations, need to sell as quickly as possible. It also stands to reason that they want to sell for as much as possible, as well. Read the recent press release they published at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/28985-dependable-homebuyers-issues-advisory-for-homeowners-in-a-slowing-real-estate-market-in-fort-myers.

This is where Dependable Homebuyers can help. Through the direct mail campaign, the company now has the ability to reach those who may not be otherwise aware of their existence. Dependable Homebuyers has built a powerhouse reputation among those selling homes in Fort Meyers. This reputation rests on a number of points.

In the first place, Dependable Homebuyers is highly regarded for providing homeowners with a straightforward path towards selling their properties. It is important to keep in mind that part of this reputation involves buying any homes in any imaginable condition. Even homeowners whose properties have entered foreclosure can take advantage of what this company brings to the table. For a homeowner in a desperate situation, not knowing that Dependable Homebuyers even exists, perhaps as their only option, can make a bad situation even worse. Dependable Homebuyers has also worked with hoarder homes, as well as properties inherited by the individual.

Simply put, Dependable Homebuyers has become highly regarded for their transparency, and for their willingness to work with virtually anyone. This is something that can be communicated in flawless fashion with postcards and a direct mail campaign. Naturally, it will be easy for the homeowner who is interested to contact Dependable Homebuyers for more information. Another part of their reputation comes down to being able to get a homeowner their money in as few as a couple of weeks.

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For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Fort Myers
Evan Roberts
(239) 232-3420
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
9540 Mariners Cove Ln, Fort Myers, FL 33919

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