Sell Cemetery Lots, Tips How To
Sell Cemetery Lots Yourself at Low Cost!
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Lots For Sale? Burial Plots for Sale? Grave Sites for Sale? Sell them Yourself. Selling Cemetery Lots Tips
for Cemetery Plot Sellers.
Cemetery Lots for
Lots for Sale Register
You Want to Sell
You need a "Cemetery Lots for Sale" Market first.
cemetery lots successfully a buy, swap or trade
Grave Sites or"
Internet market like Final Arrangements Network's
thousands of listings of "Grave
Sites and Cemetery Lots for Sale" ads needed to be started.
Now, begins the market for those who need or want to sell cemetery lots and
don't know where or how to do it. If you still have questions after using
this tutorial then Email us with your questions or concerns at:
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I Even Advertise My Cemetery Lots for Sale?
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million sellers of burial rights, cemetery lots, niches, mausoleum crypts, lawn
crypts, caskets, vaults, monuments, memorials, funeral services, cemetery
services, etc., exist in the U.S. alone, by some estimates. They would like to
sell or exchange but have made no attempt or the wrong attempts to do so. Why
they don’t is somewhat complicated.
Cemetery Lots The Problems
The Big Reason - No Marketplace.
When someone wants a home or car
they have two markets to go to; new and used. When someone dies people
only know to buy new. They have no idea that at the cemetery they will
bury their loved in there is property available from an owner because
there is no place for them to go and find out, in the limited time they
have to make a decision. The really disappointing thing about these two
ships passing in the night is both ships could have benefited had they
made contact. The savings to a buyer can be 50% or more in some cases and
obviously the seller realizes a monetary gain.
Another Reason - No Sellers.
Yes, we said there are probably
1.5 owners out there in the U.S. alone who would like to sell, but they
haven’t let anyone know it. There are possibly 12,000 to 15,000 offers
to sell amongst the newspaper and Internet classifieds, weekly and monthly
trading magazines and Internet listing services. At the most that
represents only 1% of the available offers. There are entire States with
fewer than 10 offers of cemetery lots for sale in the whole State.
Why No Market?
Well, part of it is the law. Many
states won’t allow cemeteries and funeral directors to resell property.
It is a protection built in to system so unscrupulous individuals can’t
engage in speculation for profit schemes. Another reason is how
these rights are generally sold. Usually a person dies and then the family
instantaneously is faced with the purchase. They generally have only a few
hours or a day to find a final resting place and absolutely no desire to
shop around. They just lost someone and aren’t about to go find the best
deal out there. They just want it done.
Why No Sellers?
don’t know they can or have been burned using normal selling strategies
like newspaper classifieds. They tried running their ad like they would
for a sofa or car and after spending weeks and months, not to mention
hundreds of dollars, and no response they realized you don’t sell
cemetery lots like a sofa. Few are aware of any other way to promote since
buying cemetery lots is more or less a local purchase and advertising to
wider area won’t help. This leaves out using television, radio or out of
Sell Cemetery Lots
There is, however, a way out of
this catch-22 for both buyer and seller. Everyone, who thinks they may
someday be responsible for taking care of final arrangements for a loved
one, should know something about purchasing cemetery lots. They should
also find out how they can
purchase what is desired from an owner if it means a savings to the family
to help offset other funeral costs. The Cemetery Registry now
provides that possibility with just a click of the mouse from home.
Sellers now have The Cemetery
Registry to let others know they will sell cemetery lots and how to
contact them without spending more than they paid for them or constantly
paying weekly, monthly or yearly renewals just to stay listed.
The Cemetery Registry would be a good place to be.
No Renewal Costs Ever!
PAY ONLY ONCE
NEVER PAY TO RENEW.
Pay only to register or list.
You'll end up paying for several months or more, just to stay
A good rule of thumb, on cost, is to pay no
more than what the listing would have cost to run for two weeks in your
local newspaper, if it were a regular classified, such as an automobile or
MAKE YOUR MONEY LAST
The cost to register should cover
maintaining the listing for at least one year. The Cemetery Registry
charges a registration fee of $99.95 or $119.95, depending on the type of
registration you choose. Never a renewal fee. You run without spending a penny
more, period, for as long as it takes
for you to sell.
DON'T PAY FOR CHANGES
Never buy where making a change to your listing
means spending money or taking out a new ad. The Cemetery Registry allows
changes 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You never pay to change or to
stay listed, ever!
PEOPLE MUST SEE YOUR AD
Make sure where you list is someplace people
will be able to find on the Internet and isn’t just a misplaced classified
ad from a newspaper or bulletin board service.
BE WHERE THE BUYERS ARE
Use a search engine like Google, MSN, AOL, Netscape, Yahoo,
etc. Check out how
your buyer might find your listing. Use a phrase like cemetery lots for
sale and see what shows up and go from there.
DON'T ISOLATE YOUR AD
Make sure there are more than a few or
few hundred cemetery listings and your not buried in an obscure
category of a online or print classified ads magazine. Buyers are like you, they want a lot of
selection and an attractive place to shop and spend their money.
REMEMBER YOU'RE NOT HAVING A
Don't make the mistake so many do that
everyone sees the classifieds. Cemetery Lots are not sofas or cars. Rarely
will they sell that way. Paying by the week, month or even year as most
classifieds charge are cost prohibitive to, effectively, sell cemetery lots.
Your buyer is going to pay you hundred or thousands of dollars for your
property. But they won't even see your ad if you're just after the latest
apartment rentals, used boats or car ads in that weekly trader magazine
most cemetery buyers will never look at for buying cemetery lots.
LET EVERYONE KNOW YOU WANT TO SELL
YOUR CEMETERY LOTS
Once you register with The Cemetery Registry, you'll
have the world covered but you need to let your Home Town know too.
Contact Clergy, Estate Planners & Attorneys, Funeral Directors,
Social Workers, Accountants, Trust and Estate Consultants and anyone
else in your area who deals with either the funeral & burial process
or estate and financial planning.
Don't just call or write to them once and figure its done. You need to
plan on following up every six months or so, until you sell. Remember when
someone dies there won't be a lot of shopping going on. If your
property is known to those who have to make the decision it is possible
you will get the call to buy rather than a cemetery.
FINALLY REGISTER TODAY!
Start to sell cemetery lots you don't
need by registering
with The Cemetery Registry, today. It's simple, fast and you can pay the
one time registration fee of $99.95 or $119.95 with your credit card or personal
check. Remember never a Renewal fee to stay listed, ever!
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"I want to Sell Cemetery Lots Today?"
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