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I like the way she used 'propertys' one time and 'properties' another, to give herself better odds of spelling it correctly at least once.

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Dear HomeOwner.

I am an Estate Agent. We are not completing on anything. Our commission income is zilch.

To slow down the day when I will have to go to the local park and blow off tramps for loose change, we spent the coffee float money on a Sales coach. She (coaches are always Women) suggested we try a personal approach to selling houses.

Calus allowing, I am in the process of writing 1,000 letters.

Yours, future MILF hooters barmaid.

spy's coaching industries® recommends you buy a cursive font and script your mail drop.

But what does spy know compare Miranda Flatshows, qualified business coach, who's been coaching for 6 months since being laid off from the local council. She was head of clipboard holding ditzy print wimmin dept of important things.

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I really don't get these letters. What's the idea? You get it and think, wait a minute, this house I've been living in is nothing but a burden, I should just sell it and live in my car?

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Could be this one. Courtesy of Facebook. Opinion now? ;)


Well the thing is, you've got to be different. The hand written note might be a very clever (I suspect not) left field marketing tactic.


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