Demand letters a critical skill
Lease administrators, real estate landlords, commercial tenants, small businesses, large corporations, education-based non-profits, we all share a common bond—the need to communicate. Clearly. Precisely. Accurately. Effectively.
Right here, right now, knowing how to draft a demand letter can be the key to keeping your job or losing it. Knowing the do’s and don’ts of what to write really does matter.
Dumbing it down to the basics
At its very core, the purpose of letter-writing is to convey a message, obtain information, memorialize an agreement, persuade another party, create an impression—among other things. As numerous real estate attorneys can attest, it is a smart investment of time and resources now, to learn these skills and avoid litigation in the future.
Communication, as always, is truly the key to success
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