Letter templates are among our most common features here on Template.net because it is what people have the most trouble writing. This is especially true in business settings. One such letter is the letter of interest, which formally expresses a willingness to enter into a professional contract relationship with someone else. This is usually submitted in response to an explicit or implicit offer, which could either be a job opening, a real estate offer, or a slot in a university program.
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Any of these Free Letter of Intent Templates are also known as “prospecting letters” and can even appear in a different guise of a cover letter. The main difference between prospecting letters and cover letters is that the latter is usually required (most commonly when applying for a graduate program).
The prospecting kind is more in the field of a Employment Letter of Intent. This letter lets a company know that you are willing to enter into a job contract with them, given your qualifications and interests in relation to their business needs and objectives.
If you are already working within a company and feel you are qualified to move up the ladder, a professionally written letter of interest for promotion addressed to your immediate supervisor (or whoever is in charge of these decisions) is the way to go.
The letter will also vary if you are interested in buying into real estate, applying for an internship or scholarship. This list has something of each.
Keep it short and sweet. Go straight to the point and explain your intent and purpose for the letter.
Mention how you became aware of the job opening or any other offer—especially if the offer was not broadcasted to the public. List your qualifications and explain why you would be the perfect fit.
Template.net stacks lists upon lists of more free downloads of this kind of letter, whether you are looking for a real estate letter of interest or a Business Letter Template or anything else. If none of the above free samples meet your needs, check out these similar links: