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Why would someone hire you?

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Premiere Home Realty - Tony Barker 832-867-0835
Why would someone hire you? That is the BIG question.  What is your response?  Is it a winged answer that varies each time?   Is it based on the questioner and their intent?  Is it purposeful to instill confidence in the questioner?
Tony Barker
Premiere Home Realty - Tony Barker 832-867-0835 - Houston, TX

I can demonstrate that I have the knowledge, skills and competencies to handle (buy and sell) one of your largest financial investments.

Dec 14, 2007 03:07 AM
Scott Blanchard
Mortgage Force - Newtown, CT
Because of my knowledge of the industry, my personality to make them feel comfortable, and because I was recommended to them.
Dec 14, 2007 03:12 AM
Randy L. Prothero
eXp Realty - Hollister, MO
Missouri REALTOR, (808) 384-5645
If you are not prepared to answer that, you may need to find another line of work.  All new agents need to be prepared to not only answer that, but also to explain the commissions they charge.
Dec 14, 2007 03:15 AM
Mott Marvin Kornicki
Waterway Realtors® • Notary Public & Apostille - Sunny Isles, FL
Miami Notary & Apostille 786-229-7999
Ability, Competence, Integrity, Will ~ These are a few reasons...
Dec 14, 2007 03:31 AM
Carol Culkin
Diamond Partners Inc - Overland Park, KS
Overland Park Residential Real Estate
I agree with Randy - every agent knows their own credentials and should be prepared and well rehearsed for this question. Even a new agent can get by on the premise that they have a lot of time to be dedicated and will work hard to prove themselves. An experienced agent can go off the cuff based on knowledge, results, reputation.  
Dec 14, 2007 04:27 AM
Tony Barker
Premiere Home Realty - Tony Barker 832-867-0835 - Houston, TX

I believe new and experienced agents can learn additional skills, beliefs, structure and flow of dialog for each process: buyers and sellers.  Knowing the seven steps of pricing versus a CMA.  Knowing that you do not have to chase clients, but attract them. 

These ideas can be learned by brand new agents and are successfully used to beat the most experienced agents.  Winging it will take you so far.  Proven, duplicatable processess and systems guarantee results. 

If you can leverage from people by duplicating yourself you can do more for each client.  Learning never stops.  Reputation is for the individual not the company.  Training, experience (action) and accountability builds client confidence. 

Great comments from all above!!!

 

Mar 12, 2008 12:39 PM