1. Communication with your clients on every step throughout the process to keep them informed and so they know that you are on top of the transaction.
2. Giving your clients several referral contacts to either lenders, inspectors, attorneys, repair contractors, or whomever is requested by them is also key.
Best wishes to you!
Prudential Connecticut Realty
After any success..."Isn't it good to know...."
1. Decisions are always easier when made from the highest position of one's self. Clarity of the real purpose.... "Isn't it good to know..."
2. Choice equals freedom: Pricing strategically results in multiple offers which will be bid up! "Isn't it good to know...."
3. Proper buyer screening allowed by multiple offers, usurps intended ambush created by lenders appraisal. "Isn't is good to know..."
4. Missed closing date financial penalties...Who would have thought the banks operate in complete disregard of closing dates!!! "Isn't it good to know..."
5. At closing. "I never dreamed I could live in such a beautiful home!"
"Isn't is good to know you have a friend in real estate who can help your friends, neighbors and family who dream of owning a home just as you did. Who do you know, like yourself, who is looking for a home that needs my help and you feel comfortable introducing to me?"
Of course if the transaction is strewn with the smoldering ruins of calamity for which no preparation was made, getting that referral may be really difficult.
Best of success to you.
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
Communicate on a regular basis, and ask questions, to be sure they understand the process as the transaction evolves. It is vital that the agent communicates using the method(s) preferred by their client (i.e., text, phone, email, etc.). Regular consultations with the Buyer and/or Seller and providing a transactional roadmap is a great way to earn future referral business.