Keep in Touch with Past Prospects from "Open Houses"

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Real Estate Agent with Diane Turton, Realtors

I thought I would share this. One year ago I had a client that was looking for a condo and we found one but deal fell through! (Another Contract)  Just thought I would mention this client was from an open house!

I kept in touch with them and when another condo finally came on the market in the same complex I e-mailed them and let them know. They came down and Guess What!  Their contract was accepted. We are now in Attorney Review!

I have been going over all my old Open House Sheets and recontacting people ! Will let u know how I do.

P.S Out of review and closing in two weeks on my Priced right Listing. all in 36 days.

 

Comments (2)

TIM MONCRIEF
Tim Monciref - Austin, TX
Over 2,000 homes sold…..

Anyone that comes to an open house is a prospect, as everyone you meet is a prospect.  I am one of those strange people that do open houses to gain listings, not buyers.  I push the neighborhood to come see the home as I want their listing.  I have 10 buyer's agents that can handle the buyers.  Keep the names in different categories by time of need.  In time those "lookie loos" will some day be clients........

Mar 28, 2009 05:15 AM
Rosemarie Villanova
Diane Turton, Realtors - Ocean Grove, NJ

I use to do an open house just for the neighbors! That is how I got listings when I was first trying to expand my sphere! With the boom I guess I forgot some of my old tricks to the trade! Thanks for reminding me  to me to go back to basics! 

Apr 01, 2009 11:33 AM