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 that 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: