The ONE Skill Which Will Set You Apart As A REALTOR

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Real Estate Agent with McCall Montgomery Real Estate

This is a great article.  I think the follow up is always the thing that scares us the most.  Are we bothering them?  Do they like us? 

Original content by Gary Woltal 0575737

EurekaIn looking at consistently GOOD Realtors over others that you might conside average or sub par flakes in the business, I see

ONE Skill Which Will Set You Apart As A REALTOR.

That skill?

           Follow Up !!!!

Looking at it as serving your client the REASON the good REALTOR keeps getting rave reviews is they don't let things fall through the crack. There is this HAPPY FACE at the other end of the communication, the computer terminal if you will. Emails come back with answers to questions, solutions to problems, extra information. The customer phone rings promptly after confusion is shown.

Face to face meetings are arranged as needed, and paperwork moves around from place to place with signatures and minimal hassle. Use of technology is a given and is effective.

Is a good to great REALTOR perfect all the time, or not have a personal life outside their business? Absolutely not. They are human just like the flake REALTORS. They have sick dogs, elderly mothers and kids that need to stay home from school with the flu on a Tuesday. But they deal with it. They are people of action and DO NOT LET THINGS SLIDE.

If you want to take your game to the next level, delight your clients with EXCELLENT FOLLOW UP in all areas, text, email, mail, phone and face to face communication. Make your response time above average and surprise them by giving them MORE than they expected.

CREATE 'raving' fans of YOU !!

 

Posted by

Carri "Mac" Brown- REALTOR

www.mccallmontgomery.com

www.carribrown.com

www.ouragentswin.com

 

Comments (3)

Carri Brown
McCall Montgomery Real Estate - Baton Rouge, LA

This is a great article.  I think the follow up is always the thing that scares us the most.  Are we bothering them?  Do they like us? 

Dec 28, 2010 01:17 AM
Pam Dent
Gayle Harvey Real Estate, Inc. - Charlottesville, VA
REALTOR® - Charlottesville Virginia Homes / Horse

I agree with Carri.  It can be a fine line between being attentive and bothering them.  And it will vary between clients as to how much is too much.  Some clients require more "hand holding" than others.

Dec 28, 2010 01:25 AM
Don MacLean
New England Real Estate Center Inc. - Easton, MA
Realtor-Homes for Sale- Easton, Mass 02356

I think your follow up depends on your relationship to that point.

But regardless a phone call would be nice and a drive by even better

Enjoy the day

Dec 28, 2010 01:45 AM