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Mylistingfee…,  in Kansas City, MO

Poll: How do most agents procure showing feedback?

Asked by Mylistingfeedback Team, Kansas City, MO Mon Jun 22, 2009

1. Phone calls and phone follow-ups
2. Fax a form
3. Automated web-based system like MyListingFeedback.com (http://mylistingfeedback.com)
4. Through your MLS
5. Showing feedback - who needs that!

What type of response rates are you getting from buyer agents? How do you present this information to your seller?

MyListingFeedback Team
http://mylistingfeedback.com

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Get it at the Open House and/or Broker Caravan. I have seen many agents have success when they supply feedback forms at the homes. They get other agents to attend by providing lunch, a cash box or some other drawing.

Feeback from fellow professionals is a must. Go get em'
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 23, 2009
I don't like the automated emails I get for feedback requests, so I don't use them. I do access my supra key on line and just shoot the showing agent a quick note, thanking them and asking for feedback. I find that leaving it open for them to answer gets me more than a canned response and I'd say 98% of the time, they respond.

I also think that we all need to remember to give that feedback when asked - it's easy to ignore, but we all need it!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 23, 2009
Most agent feedback that I receive is through the Showing Assist automated feedback email system. I love that I get these and also showing notifications. I can copy links for feedback or print them and share with my sellers. I also forward showing notifications from the same system. I feel that by sharing the feedback forms carries much weight when dealing with a seller. That way, they know the home was indeed shown and most of the time the concerns or objections I receive from an agent I have already addressed with the seller and this helps objectify those concerns or objections. I find that if I can't convince a seller to make a repair, improvement or price adjustment, an objective third party can really help.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 23, 2009
All my listing have instructions to call listing agent. At that time I collect showing agents telephone #.
I call the showing agent shortly after scheduled showing or when notified of showing access.
Because of the difficulty of completing many of the on-line feed back requests via email I do not respond to any of them. Nor would I fax a form. But I do answer my phone. So far I have found this method not only allows be to verify who the potential buyer is but also 100% of agents will give feedback via telephone.
Web Reference: http://www.mydunedin.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 23, 2009
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