I don’t believe they mention it in the training, but I have scanned the data for obvious issues like blanks, and multiple names and either modified or deleted so the letter makes sense. I don’t think anyone would open a letter from someone if their name isn’t spelled right on the outside.
Like Rod mentioned, just pull the column with the full name and you don’t have to worry about this.
I also think it might not be mentioned in the program because if you really were mailing thousands of letters, then it likely won’t affect your response rate overall. It’s just hard for me to pay for junk mail, so I review it. Lol
I guess it depends on how desperate you are to sell the parcel. they typically are used to a 3% commission when they bring a buyer. If i was listing it for the end user, meaning i’m listing it at full retail price, i would have no problem giving them the commission. If it was listed at wholesale prices, i wouldn’t entertain the agent.
Its probably to late to help Brandon, but maybe the next person will find this helpful. I put “also known as” right after her name in the main portion of the deed and then only put her current name where she signs. I did this so the notary doesn’t have any issues verifying the individual is also all those other names. I recorded the deed without any issues.
Just keep mailing.You only need one or two to get positive. On my first two mailers I only bought two really small lots, which i’m learning isn’t worth the time and investment. I also only mailed to one county for my first mailer, so I think you’re on a good track since you are already diversifying your business. Thanks for sharing your experience.