So many ads, so many speeches, so many debates, so little time! As the election season draws to a close – thankfully! - on this Election Day 2012, it has made me reflect on how I ask for peoples’ votes. Think about it – each of us puts ourselves out there, looking to aid those in need of real estate expertise & assistance. I plead my case, I listen to the prospects wants/needs/expectations, I address how I can get the job done, and I ask for the vote!
As a Realtor since 2004, I can address my record in good markets & in challenging markets. I have wonderful testimonials from satisfied clients who can attest to their experience with me. I can present the important stats to help them make the best decision for them.
I interview my client to find out what they know, what they don’t know, & how I can help. I outline my plan. For sellers I maximize exposure & position their property accordingly. For buyers we discuss what they want, why that’s important & what their lives look like in that house. Together we explore the market, the choices & the contract. I want my clients to see me as a GPS to their home buying & home selling goals!
One of my very first clients was a family member. I strive to keep that same sense of looking out for my client as if I was looking out for my little sister – to ensure that I can look at that person 1 month, 1 year, 1 decade after our transaction & know that I did right by that client. In this business & in this life all I have is my word & I will not vary that or betray that for anyone. I love the Keller Williams mission – to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning, and lives worth living. I keep that mission in front of me at all times – it keeps me focused on getting my votes the right way. Campaign on!!