Closing Statements... a great way to keep in touch with past clients

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives, Hedges Real Estate

Now is the time of year that we have a great opportunity to keep in touch with our past clients and add some value to our correspondence.   For my clients who has transactions last year, I send out their settlement statements and remind them to include them at tax time.  This is especially important for first time home buyers who may have never itemized their taxes before.   Even old pros at the tax game often misplace them in their move or box up them up with mounds of papers they received during their home purchase.  By reminding them and making it handy your clients will appreciate your effort and think even more highly of you for this small gesture.

Try to get them out by the end of January (tomorrow) if you can.  After that it may be too late.

Tanya Kulaga, Realtor CRS, ABR, GRI, selling homes in Lawrence, KansasTanya Kulaga
Realtor® CRS, ABR, GRIABR, CRS and GRI for Lawrence, Kansas - Tanya Kulaga - Homes for sale
Realty Executives, Hedges Real Estate
(785)550-2585
www.SearchLawrence.com - Lawrence, KS - Homes for Sale

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Mine go out the first week of january.  I also include homestead exemption forms (Florida) for home buyers.
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