87 Days to Change

Real Estate Agent with Exit Homeplace Realty (Wilmington, NC)

Day 14:  Personal Notes

Another great item to add to your daily routine of proactive activities is that of writing personal notes.  "Who do I write them to", you may ask.  You write them to individuals in your database that are your "A" and "B" clients.  You may even send them to your "C" clients.  All you have to do is take a simple blank card, write a simple message such as, "I thought about you and wanted to send a quick note to say hey" or "It's been awhile since we've talked.  I hope all is well".  Anything that you can think of that will let someone know that you are thinking about them and that you care.  It means a lot when you take the time to sit down and write a personal note to someone.  In today's time, we are too quick to type out an email and send it instantly.  Write at least 5 personal notes a day and see what kind of response you get.  It will be greatly appreciated.

Remember to stay positive, sell yourself, have a great energetic attitude and do your time blocking.  An increase in business is sure to follow.  Don't forget to blog.  Blog, blog, blog.


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Comments (3)

Patty Luther
RE/MAX Rock-n-Roll Realty - Lewiston, ID
Lewiston ID Real Estate, Idaho-Washington

It works! I try to keep everything pretty personal...sending with first class postage...  

Dec 21, 2008 06:50 PM
Carol Swain
Keller Williams Real Estate - Langhorne, PA
Realtor, -www.swainsells.com- Bucks County, Pa

I can't agree more!  You will not be able to stay in this business if you do not time block.  I have been hand writing notes for clients Birthdays and home anniversaries for two years now.  I have gotten a great response. 

Dec 21, 2008 08:41 PM
Norma J. Elkins
Elite Realty Group - Morristown, TN
Realtor - Elkins Home Selling Team

That is my plan for 2009 --- to keep better contact with my past clients!  Thanks!

Dec 21, 2008 10:05 PM