I believe it all varies on client to client, I have many clients that love riding along with me and then I have some clients that just like to meet me at the properties. It all depends on what your comfortable with as a person. I hope this helps.
You can not grasp the magnificence of this location and environment if your attention is on your grasp on the wheel and avoiding the cotton tops with the perpetual left turn signal.
Very often a buyer will have a question regarding where the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training facility is and I'll drive them to it and with my access. stand on the mound. That' s really cool. You should try it.
A buyer may have questions regarding the role of the title company, if a non-citizen can buy, why Wells Fargo is a liability to a buyer, and how I can find homes to show that appear as though they are not for sale, and the ownership instruments available?
Be aware, no body shares my ride who has not been vetted. WAY to dangerous.
As I have shown, there are real benefits in this private time of communication for those unfamiliar with the area or process.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
Palm Harbor University High School distirct
If we are going to see more then two homes, I will also plan the route and take the clients to make it easier on everyone.
Today's buyers are more informed than any others in the past...this is good! This helps buyers not only from a perspective of finding and location homes of interest but helping them to process and compare properties prior to and after meeting with a realtor.
We often get calls that target a specific home that the buyer has identified, with them requesting to view the home. In many cases it's much easier to meet them at the property than having them rondez-vous with the agent and then travel to the property.
Yes, these are changing times that are for the most part good. Thank you for pointing this out.