A simple thank-you note is more than just good manners. It’s also a way to show clients (and potential clients) that you understand how valuable their time is, and it’s a way to show that you’re a grateful, humble person.
So when should you send a thank-you note to your clients (or potential clients), and what should it say?
7 Simple Thank-You Card Templates You Can Use
It can be tough to come up with just the right words; you don’t want to sound like you’re pushing for their business, but you do want to convey that you’re thankful.
Use these templates as a springboard. Remember, you don’t have to write any more or any less; the thought behind a handwritten thank-you note is what counts the most.
1. Thank You for the Listing
Thanks for choosing me as your listing agent. I’m already implementing the customized marketing strategy I’ve developed for you.
2. Thank You After Not Getting a Listing
Thank you for taking the time to discuss your property with me. It was my pleasure to share that time with you, and please, feel free to call me if you have any questions.
3. Thank You After Showings
Thank you for spending the morning/afternoon/day with me looking at homes in (Location). We’ll find the perfect home and have you happily settled in no time!
4. Thank You After Purchase
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to help you find the right home. I’m sure you’ll enjoy living there, and remember, I’ll be here if you need anything!
Thank you for showing me your lovely home. I wish you the best of luck in selling it, and if you later decide that you’d like a Realtor® to represent you, please let me know.
6. Thank You for a Referral
Thank you for referring (Name) to me. I assure you that I’ll help him/her/them find the perfect home (or sell their home) as quickly as possible.
7. Thank You for the Call
Thank you for connecting with me on the telephone. I know that time is a precious commodity, and I appreciate you sharing yours with me. I’m confident that we’ll work well together.
Don’t forget to include your business card in each thank-you note you send out.