No man can be on the right all the time. Everyone will eventually make a mistake once or twice in their lifetime that they can never truly forget. And that does not include real estate professionals. Looking at the bright side, it can be necessarily good that we do make mistakes from time to time. In that way, we may learn from and come out stronger, with a new lesson in mind and a hardened will to go further. Real estate agents are the same, if at first, they made a mistake, they’d surely learn from it and be exceptionally better next time to close that deal once and for all. With that said, let us help you bypass that mistaken phase by letting you know the top 3 mistakes committed by real estate agents in their field of work.
Not saying “No”
Real estate agents, especially the fresh ones, tend to be so eager and desperate for a sale that they will immediately say yes to a deal as soon as they feel they have the chance. Weigh out the necessary factors before you make a deal, as much as your client needs a home, you too, need a good deal.
Inconsistent communication with their clients
A great real estate agent stays in touch with their seller clients even if nothing is happening just of yet. They must be made aware that you are indeed doing your job beautifully, and you genuinely care about them. Keeping in touch with them through even the quiet moments will surely do that.
Agreeing to a price that will never sell
You will inevitably encounter a lot that will utter these words: “If you work hard enough, you can sell it at this price.” However, that may be true to some extent; it is best that you stay away from overpriced listings. Go for prices that you deem worthy or reasonable before stepping up to the plate with such, especially if you are still relatively new to the industry.