When I meet a new buyer client I provide them with a list of buyer questions to obtain information about them and to qualify them to reduce the chance that I am wasting valuable time with someone who is not ready or able to buy.
I used to write the questions in an email and then email the questions to the buyer who would then email their responses back to me. When I wanted to use the buyer questions again for a new buyer I had to find the old email and copy and paste the questions into a new email for the new buyer. This process was time consuming and if I could not easily locate the old email, I had to write the quesitons all over again.
Then I got smart and saved the buyer questions in Evernote. With the questions saved in Evernote I simply opened up the note containing the questions and copied and pasted the questions into a new email to my new buyer and then waited for the buyer to email their responses back to me.
Then I got even smarter (or at least I'd like to think so) and created a Google form buyer's questionnaire (see below). Now I explain to my buyer clients that in order to provide them with the highest level of service I need to know as much about them as possible; I tell them I will send them a simple questionnaire to fill out; and then I email the buyer's questionnaire form to them.
When they are done filling out the Google form they click "Submit" and their responses are automatically saved into a Google spreadsheet linked to the form. I can then either copy and paste their responses into a new document or leave the responses in the Google spreadsheet for viewing. The form and the spreadsheet are both saved on Google Drive, so I can access them from my cell phone, Chromebook, or any other computer.
My buyer's questionnaire form saves me time, keeps me organized, helps me to qualify buyers, and allows me to provide buyers with a higher level of service than I could without it.