Do you get feedback from agents who visit your home? You should!

Real Estate Agent with THE FORCE REALTY

Do you get feedback from agents who visit your home? You should!

In today's high tech world, a listing means so much more than a sign in the yard! Interactive riders, a custom website, a facebook fan page, Youtube videos and exposure on at least twenty top search engines should be part of the value proposition a real estate professional brings to the table at a listing presentation.


Thank You
Dear Jennifer,

Thank you for your valuable feedback. We have prepared this feedback summary for you to get a feeling of how your feedback rates with others who have reviewed this property.

Thanks again,
Nikki Boad   
Force Realty;  
Office: 888-243-4243
Direct: 480-343-8462
Q1. Please rate the home’s exterior
Jennifer's Review: Average Review:  
Q2. Please rate the home’s interior
Jennifer's Review: Average Review:  
Q8. How do you feel about the price?
Jennifer's Review: Average Review:  
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Patty Mortara REALTOR, ABR, CRS | Hunterdon County (NJ)
Hunterdon County Homes - Flemington, NJ

I like the way you have set it up as a star rating - I have done a similar questionnaire but via email and they type in yes / no / maybe etc and ability to add notes.  It boggles my mind how so many agents don't return phone calls and are "bothered" when you ask for feedback

Mar 26, 2011 04:29 PM #1
Accurate Realty Group Washington

Hi Patty,

It boggles my mind as well at the lack of response we get. I give it three tries and a phone call to get feedback reports for our clients. How else can they know what buyers are thinking about their home?

Thanks for stopping by!

Mar 27, 2011 01:37 AM #2
Showing Suite Team
Showing Suite, Inc - San Diego, CA

With automated home feedback systems that have easy and quick forms, it's really a wonder why some agents wouldn't take the time to answer just a few of these.  Showing feedback helps your sellers realize what could be changed, whether it's something simple and cosmetic, to a price reduction.  If several agents or buyers are expressing the same concerns, the seller will (hopefully) realize there is an actual issue to be resolved.

Also, @Patty, you might want to try having a showing feedback request form like the customizable one we offer, which has a few quick multiple choice questions and an area at the bottom for additional comments or notes that the buyer or buyer agent would like to share.  You can choose which questions and answer choices to include in the form.  It's so simple to just click a few buttons and the home feedback request form automatically gets sent out as many times as you specify until the agent completes it.

Good luck and happy selling to both of you!

Mar 28, 2011 01:34 PM #3
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