Use AI to write “love letters”

We advise against accepting “love letters” when selling a house. Accepting the best offer with the best terms is the way to go. Sometimes buyers write letters thatVictorian house include too much information about them, their family status, and more.

Sellers who accept one offer over another based on personal information about the buyers may be in violation of fair housing laws.

However, we all know that love letters work and it is possible to submit a letter that is all about the house and not about the buyers.

I have been experimenting with ChatGPT and love letters. Here is one for a Victorian-style house:

Dear Homeowner,

I am writing to express my admiration for your beautiful Victorian home. From the moment I saw it, I knew it was the one for me. The natural woodwork and new paint job are absolutely stunning and truly capture the essence of the Victorian era.

As I walked through the house, I was struck by the attention to detail and the thoughtful design that went into every aspect of the home. The two-story layout is both spacious and cozy, and the natural light that floods the rooms is simply breathtaking.

One of my favorite things about the home is the way it seamlessly blends old-world charm with modern amenities. From the updated kitchen to the modern bathroom fixtures, it’s clear that the home has been meticulously maintained and cared for over the years.

I can envision myself spending countless happy hours in the charming backyard, enjoying the peace and tranquility of the surrounding neighborhood.

As a prospective buyer, I can assure you that I would cherish this home and treat it with the utmost care and respect. I understand the value of a home like yours and I am willing to make a fair offer that reflects the beauty and uniqueness of the property.

Thank you for taking the time to consider my interest in your home. I hope to have the opportunity to make it mine and continue to appreciate its timeless beauty for years to come.


[Your Name]

Not bad! It has the right tone of flattering the homeowner and at the same time, I can’t see anything in it about who the buyer is.

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