As a Real Estate agent does it matter the kind of vehicle you drive? I would like feedback from other agents and the general public. Here is my

Asked by Byron Hebert, Ormond Beach, FL Wed Feb 12, 2014

situation I own two vehicles both are paid for and I'm not looking to buy a newer car with a payment. I could buy a newer vehicle but prefer to invest my money in real estate vs a bunch of deprecation on a newer car.

One is a very nice Full size SUV, leather and all the options problem is I get about 9mpg with it, so I really don't like using it for showings and driving all over town. The other is a older car I bought to run errands and drive around town, it gets good mileage so I would prefer to use it for showings and meeting clients however I don't want to turn people off when they see a 17 year old car pull up. Now in the cars defense it has new paint and the interior is leather and in great shape but it's still obvious it's an old car.

So thoughts or comments? Use the Nice newer SUV 9mpg and spend a fortune on fuel or use the 17 year old sedan with good mpg and possibly risk turning buyers and sellers off?

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My NC Homes…, Agent, Chapel Hill, NC
Thu Feb 13, 2014
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You should use the nicer vehicle, you want your clients to have confidence in you and let's be honest if you were a buyer looking to spend say $300,000 - $400,000 on a home and your agent showed up in a 17 year old car, would you be impressed? Would you trust them to guide you through what's in most instances the largest financial transaction you've made to date or would you wonder if it was time to get a new agent. What if you lost just one deal?

You really should speak to your accountant. Your best bet is to probably lease a car for a three year period. You can deduct the entire cost of the lease and could pick up a new sedan like an Altima, Camry or Accord that will get you an average of 30+ miles a gallon. When you run the numbers I think you'll find you'd be much better off doing this than either using the either of your current vehicles. In our business having a nice, safe vehicle is one of our business expenses, trying to dodge this will only impact your business in a negative manner. Best of Luck
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Daria Kolomi…, Agent, Brooklyn, NY
Mon Feb 24, 2014
You don`t need to think about your expenses in such way. You spend some money on good car and expensive suite, and you will earn more by receiving trust of your clients.
16 votes
Good comment, thanks, glad I'm not alone!
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Jeanne Feeni…, Agent, Basking Ridge, NJ
Sat Feb 22, 2014
I run a bit counter culture - I drive what I drive - and let my skills do the talking - so no upscale car, no fur coats for me. What you see is what you get with me -- on all fronts. My pick is a dependable car that is clean and safe.
5 votes
Would be nice if you could share your experience this from doing things this way. It's nice to hear your principles, but what are the results. Do people still trust you? Do you make a special effort to market your skills or reassure clients that you're right for the job? How do people respond to you and what do you drive? Context is everything for this kind of answer.
Flag Sun Dec 27, 2015
Excellent, me too
Flag Mon Feb 24, 2014
Well said!
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James Deskins, Agent, Worthington, OH
Fri Feb 14, 2014
I agree, drive the nice, newer one. But you don't have to be pretentious. So many Realtors, even newbies who haven't made any money, love to show off their hardware. Yes, it should be a nice car but the suit (and/or the car) doesn't make the man...or the woman. Show you are successful but don't be a pretender.
4 votes
Joan Lorberb…, Agent, Boca Raton, FL
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Drive what you want to drive. Just make it a safe and pleasant ride for you and your clients. Oh, always keep your car clean.
4 votes
John Souerbry, Agent, Fairfield, CA
Thu Feb 13, 2014
A wise lady once told me "drive the way you dress." If you wear suits, drive a nicer luxury car that matches the look of success the suit is supposed to convey. If you don't want to look like a success, drive something to reflect that. We broker a lot of land deals and often wear jeans and boots when walking clients through vineyards or undeveloped land. I have a sedan to wear with the suit and a 4 wheel drive SUV to wear with the boots, both in like-new condition.
Consider the AIDDA formula, which used to be taught on Day 1 of real estate sales training: A = attention (liking & respect), I = interest, D = desire, D = decision, A = action. If you don't get your prospect's liking & respect first, you'll never get the rest. Until your clients see what you can actually do for them as an agent, outside stuff like clothes, cars, and your advertising are all they have to go on.
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John great response.. when I moved to Rockport, Texas I drove a convertible... and I loved it... but difficult in getting around some of the more beach areas.. as well as toting signs... etc. I spent quite a bit of time looking for something that I would enjoy driving... showing clients the beach areas.... as well as tote open house signs... I love my Hummer H3... and usually a conversation starter...
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Nicole Fedor…, Agent, Santa Ana, CA
Wed Sep 10, 2014
My car is a 2003 Ford Explorer with over 180,000 miles on it. Its well-maintained and clean. I think that is what matters- that your car is presentable with clients, but doesn't have to be super flashy. In general, I think most people appreciate the knowledge I bring them, rather than the vehicle I bring it in.

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Elijah and M…, Agent, Laredo, TX
Sat Feb 22, 2014
I agree with mostly everybody on here: first impression is everything when it comes to hundreds of thousands of dollars being invested and transacted.
I've overheard clients make disparaging remarks about other agents' vehicles and quite honestly, it is embarrassing to even hear it! I make sure to wash my vehicle as soon as there are signs of dirt or grime. And as soon as my vehicle goes out of "style" I will make sure to upgrade.
3 votes
Phyllis McAr…, Agent, San mateo, CA
Sat Feb 15, 2014
I have a nice big truck, and a banged up car, neither has inhibited my business. Your actions speak louder than designer clothes, jewelry or a Tesla.....
3 votes
Agreed - I am of a similar mindset - it may be inhibiting me in some respects, but I think all in all it is ok.
Flag Mon Feb 24, 2014
I agree with you. I have a very nice fully loaded SUV and it looks great but its not new. It's clean inside and out and has all the upgrades. I bought it new a few years ago and I take care of my vehicles and I don't make car payments. I'd rather use that money advertising and buying my clients gifts. I just signed up for this website and to be honest I am shocked with the shallow answers from these other Realtors on here. I don't want to use the word snobby and shallow but not sure what other word I should use. Lets keep in mind that clients can also detect realtors who are shallow and pretentious.
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Annette Law…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Sat Feb 15, 2014
What do you think you spend for client acquisition? Factor in the splits and referral fees. 100, 200, 400 a 1000 dollars? If you buy internet leads....25, 50, 250 dollars for each client! It would be a shame to put that investment at rick because of $3.50 gas.
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Annette Law…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Thu Feb 13, 2014
PS: If your public message is "I don't spend your equity on a opulent lifestyle but invest in the successful sale of your home" a modest ride could prove beneficial. Exercise caution that the 'check engine' indicator does not tell a different story.
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Annette Law…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Folks rarely ask a question the don't know the answer too. If if you don't do so verbally, you will ALWAYS be mentally justifying the older car to those you meet. That not the solid ground from which to guide those who hire you. Bite the bullet and pay for gas or lease the new car. Considering the majority of your business is investor activity, you might look to ENTERPRISE as a solution to your issue.
3 votes
Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Wed Sep 10, 2014
The best vehicle any agent can drive is one that gets everyone from point A to point B safely and is both comfortable and clean. The rest is simply, "fluff."

Just keeping it real!

Bill
2 votes
Candace Moore, Agent, Florence, AL
Wed Sep 10, 2014
I drive a 2012 Hyundai Sonata. Not overpriced, budget friendly, good gas mileage, and looks classy. I also have access to a Jeep if needed for listing/selling land or rougher terrain than a paved road.

I dress based on what I have planned for the day.
2 votes
michaelprice…, Home Buyer, Pensacola, FL
Wed Sep 10, 2014
As a buyer I really don't care what vehicle an agent drives. I personally don't drive with an agent anyway but even if I did it wouldn't matter. I prefer an agent that's honest and knows what they are doing.
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Bev West, Agent, Greeley, CO
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Your first impression is always what counts but most importantly don't drive something that you can't afford or you no longer will be in business. Sometimes it can send the wrong message to your clients. Your vehicle should match you and your personality. Keep it updated and clean and safe. That is what counts.
2 votes
Randy and Vi…, Agent, Punta Gorda, FL
Sun Jul 13, 2014
You are going to always get to trains of thought on this question and there area pluses and minus to both sides. I say do what feels right for you, but of course you don't want to go around in a hoopty or have your vehicle dirty. The things that's going to impress your clients are your skill, honesty and personality.
2 votes
Michael Jose…, Home Owner, Gulf Breeze, FL
Sat Jun 28, 2014
I don't care what my agent drives. My only concern is that he gives me accurate information and does is job. Tell them instead of buying an expensive car you save. Some people may judge you on what you drive but they are the same type of idiots that spend more than they can afford and will probably lose their home in the future.
I also don't ride with my agent. I prefer to meet him at the home. With the amount of accidents I've worked I don't trust others driving.
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LaRonda Thom…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Thu Jun 26, 2014
I hate to say I think that perception matters, it should not but matter but it does. I truly feel if you are comfortable with what you drive than drive it, but drive it with confidence and show you are the utmost professional and the best at what you do and no matter what you drive will be a second thought.

If a client make a big deal about it make a joke with them and say after you close on this house and refer all your friends and family I will treat myself to a year 2014 or something witty like that.

This should let them know you don't care you are just there to work for them.
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Stephanie Le…, Agent, Miami Lakes, FL
Mon Jun 23, 2014
It's wrong but it is the truth. Many people judge your success by the impression you give them.

Most customers you meet are not in an office setting, establishing a professional image so they will tend to judge you by the image you present when meeting them. Our car is our office image in many ways.

For taxes purposes save all your receipts for gas to claim on your taxes to help offset your income.

I am not a fan of car payments so I would suggest you make due with what you have. I would say if you are meeting a customer for the first time then use the nicer car or the one you feel better about. Once you have developed a relationship with your customer they will see you as the professional you are and not your car.

Fist impression are important in our line of business so make it count. Dress the part, talk the part and don't worry so much about the car. Know your real estate market and make sure you are the true professional with the know how to get it done and they will over look the car age as long as it is well kept and clean and you are a true professional.


BTW, I drive a Huge Dodge Ram Hemi (bought cash new in 09 courtesy of a few commission checks) and I love it never stopped me from making a deal. It actually makes great conversation with my men customers when they see a small woman climb out of it.. lol

As for gas I completely understand your concern. Just save those receipts.
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Phyllis McAr…, Agent, San mateo, CA
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Just another note, I drove up to a listing appt in my older car last year, got the listing and it sold for 1,250,000 .........I totally respect all of my colleagues, who have better than ordinary vehicles, but it's just not my style. Several years ago I drove my truck to an appointment, still had windsurfing gear loaded up, didn't have time to unload, I was dressed in a nice business suit......seller looked at my truck, looked at me, shrugged, and we had a successful sale and an excellent transaction. She moved to Florida, and we still keep in touch.
2 votes
Noah Eschenb…, Agent, Plover, WI
Mon Feb 24, 2014
I think that whether we want them to or not clients will judge us based upon what we drive. When I was a newer agent I was more concerned with their perceptions than I am now. I have a large 3/4 ton truck that I use for real estate, but it is newer and looks great. I would use your judgment based upon your position in your market and the market you are in.
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Don McCown, Agent, Irvine, CA
Sat Feb 22, 2014
If it were me and I were meeting a brand new client for the first time I would probably take the newer SUV and after meeting them once, maybe twice when showing other properties I would eventually drive up in the older car and buy them lunch that day. If i only had one car and had to drive the older one I would NOT go out and lease or buy a new car. As long as your car is (safe) and clean inside and out and there are no big dents/scratches. You said the car has new paint and leather interior so I would not see a problem with using this car. Once a client gets to know you are honest, hard working and doing everything you can to help them find a home they are most likely not going to care which car you are driving to meet them. You are smart to think about putting that money into Real Estate. I would definitely not buy a brand new car and make payments. After meeting your clients and getting to know them if you want you can explain to them why you drive your older car. Many Realtors buy new cars they cannot really afford and I often see more practical (realistic) realtors driving older but (new looking) Mercedes and other older luxury cars. There are a lot of expenses in this business and adding car payments in my opinion would be a big mistake.
2 votes
Joan Congilo…, Agent, Freehold, NJ
Fri Feb 21, 2014
If I owned 2 cars I would use the car that looks the cleanest and newest and make sure the AC works when taking out clients. I would use the older car for errands, putting up signs, etc. These days I don't think you have to be driving a luxury car to get a listing or make a sale unless you are dealing with a pretentious high end market. Most clients choose a realtor based on their personality and someone they like and trust so just wow them with your charm and be yourself.
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Michelle Gru…, Agent, Columbia, MD
Sun Feb 16, 2014
I am very fortunate to have a 2010 Honda Accord which I usually drive when meeting clients with price range of under $350,000. I also have a beautiful Acura TL which I drive when I meet with clients $350,000-$500,000. And last I drive my favorite car which I always get so many complimants on an amazing Acura ZDX for my $500,000 and above.
People do judge you when they first meet you. You should NEVER drive a dirty car. NEVER drive a beat up car that is older than 10 years old. Buying a house is the biggest purchase one makes. If they don't know you, make a great first impression!
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Barry Stewart, Agent, Watertown, NY
Sat Feb 15, 2014
I think it depends largely on your market. I don't drive a piece of junk but I do have a mid-range, dependable car. I don't have many clients looking above the $200,000 range and my car is nice than most my clients. I think they would be turned off if I drove up in an Escalade.
2 votes
Dorene Slavi…, Agent, Torrance, CA
Fri Feb 14, 2014
I think this is a great question:
I have noticed many "flashy" and "expensive" cars driven by Realtors around town and I guess they produce the desired effect (if that is what you are looking for).
I personally prefer an all electric or Hybrid vehicle, they are practical, roomy and have tremendous gas mileage. Most clients are curious about them and this provides a nice conversation topic.
In my opinion, as long as the car is big enough to accommodate the group,has A/C, is in good repair and clean, that's all you really need.
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Brian Kurtz, Agent, Dearborn, MI
Thu Feb 13, 2014
I recently invested in a small car myself. You can see it here: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/537546905495113965/

While this car does get killer gas mileage, it is not fast and there isn't really anything overly special about it. Of course, I didn't buy it for power and performance.

I'm into hunting and fishing and so clean water is really important to me. Especially here in Michigan where we have both the Great Lakes one of the best (if not THE best) trout streams in the world - the Au Sable River. It's about as "green" as a car can get without being an expensive hybrid or electric vehicle.

I think that people pick up on that pretty quick. Either consciously or subconsciously. That's part of the reason I picked the green color. That and it looks great.

The car is also very interesting. People have stopped me in the parking lot when out shopping to ask about the car. It has a lot of visual interest and catches peoples' eye.

My point is that you can get a new car that is very inexpensive, is good on gas, and communicates a smooth and clean first impression to those you work with if you want to.
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Yanoska Diaz, Agent, Miami, FL
Thu Feb 13, 2014
In my very own personal opinion and I am loving all of the responses, the answer is directly related to location and the nature of your business. The vehicle you drive can certainly be a reflection of your success and who you are, what do you want your clients to think or do you or them even care? I drive an almost new-nice-fortune-on-fuel SUV because I enjoy the comfort, the safety and the versatility. My clientele? 95% investors looking for a deal whether low end or high end, that they can easily flip or rent with an excellent rate of return, they will continue to purchase properties through me even if I was driving an old beat up Honda because I get them results. By the way, if you are ever in Miami and spot 10 Mercedes Benz on a shopping mall, you can bet your life 8 of them are owned by real estate ladies ;)
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Christopher…, Agent, Camp Hill, PA
Wed Feb 12, 2014
I do not think it matters. You are selling yourself and not your ride. If the car looks nice and runs good and does not sound like a tank coming through the neigborhood it should not matter. No one wants to throw there money away on something that will never be worth what you pay for it.
2 votes
It depends on your clientele. People want to work with people who are similar to them. It would be hard to sell multi-million dollar listings with an old vehicle or conversely eco friendly homes with a full size SUV. Your vehicle is part of your image, similar to the way you dress or do your hair and people are buying into that image. Your vehicle is your traveling office.
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Jennifer Fiv…, Agent, Red Hook, NY
Sat Oct 18, 2014
It is more important to have a well maintained , clean car.. Some agents choose to be pretentious
buying cars they can't afford just to impress clients. Sometimes this backfires because the client although wealthy drives a modest car. and can see through the pretense.
I say go with the care you like.
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Byron Hebert, Agent, Ormond Beach, FL
Sat Oct 18, 2014
Just wanted to thank everyone for taking the time to answer my question. In the 9 months since I asked the question I realized it really doesn't matter what you drive. Of course this is within reason, a dirty old beater leaking oil in the clients driveway would be a solid NO. I have had success driving both vehicles depending on what I was doing, and I ended up selling the older vehicle and replaced it with a 2013 VW Golf. I picked up a listing for 419K driving it and another last week for 915K. I now know as long as the cars clean, you look professional, and know what your talking about you can do what you want in this business, regardless of your vehicle. Down the road I would like something a little nicer, but staying with the no payment plan so when I can save up the money then I will upgrade a bit with in reason. Been spending 75% of my income on building my own rental property empire.
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Alvin King, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Wed Sep 10, 2014
You are in a very good situation. If you need to drive in the mud, you can cover that, and if you need to drive in the Suburbs, you can cover that as well. Let your conscious be your guide!
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Kathryn Hoff…, Agent, Naperville, IL
Wed Sep 10, 2014
I would say "this depends" I live in a huge metro area and I may drive 15,000 to 20,000 miles a year. A lease generally wont work for me.
I did have the paid for, gas guzzling SUV but when repairs outweighed the cost of a new car, I bought a new car!
And I bought a Prius. Love it!
It is 4 doors and unless people are quite large or there are children, everyone is quite surprised how roomy it can be.

But for going to listing appointments or to meet buyers at homes, it is ideal for me.
I cant speak for other areas of the country . But all in all, I think a new(er)car IS important-- CLEAN and I think 4 doors for the "just in case" buyers go in my car
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Jose Pastor, Agent, Gresham, OR
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Invest your money in becoming the best Realtor you can be! You need to sell yourself and gain the trust of your client with your knowledge and expertise not with what you drive. You would be surprised at the number of millionaires that drive very common and mundane cars. Interestingly enough, there are many out there that have the nice ride but are in debt to their eyeballs and can barely make their bills every month!
You will not be able to satisfy all the potential buyers that you may cross paths with. I have actually fired clients for their behavior. Those are usually the ones that have something to say about what you drive.
You are out there to assist people with the purchase of their homes, not a tourist guide in a high end car.
Ok to actually answer your question, a lease is the best way to go, NO, you will not be able to write the whole thing off. However, you will/should be able to write off a percentage of your monthly lease, your fuel and many other nice little write offs that uncle Sam allows when you are self employed.
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Hank Wilson, Agent, Bowling Green, KY
Mon Feb 24, 2014
It depends on the type of appointment I make. If I am meeting with clients dealing with homes that are 150k or less I drive my small nerdy Chevy Aveo. I don't want to alienate or intimidate folks that don't have generous means, because I still want to help them because they still deserve the home of their dreams. I drive my much nicer newer car for people in higher value transactions because they can often mistake a lesser vehicle for lack of professional success and think it is a direct indication of the work you do.
It may not be right, but that is what I am comfortable doing.
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Connie Ruiz, Renter, The Woodlands, Austin, TX
Sat Feb 22, 2014
I just bought a car a couple of days ago for the same reason, perception is everything. Some people won't give you a chance at a sales pitch just because of your appearance. I believe you have to sell yourself before you sell anything else.
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Jordan Gouger, Agent, Austin, TX
Fri Feb 21, 2014
I tend to agree with other people's comments. If you are taking clients out in your car it is better to take them out in a well equipped car than an older one. Unfortunately, perception is everything and what people perceive of someone will form their impression of them regardless of whether or not it is true.
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What is your definition of a well equipped car? He said it has new paint and nice leather interior.
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James Deskins, Agent, Worthington, OH
Sun Feb 16, 2014
I wanted to add to my previous answer and agree with Barry. To an extent, it depends on what market you work in or you are targeting. If you are trying to reach high-end buyers/sellers a Kia Rio or a Ford Fusion probably isn't going to work. On the other end, if you want to work with entry-level buyers a really expensive car could be a turn off.

Several years ago I was showing an entry-level condo to a client, very modestly priced. Up pulls this shiny, black Mercedes or Audi (can't remember which one) and out pops a very young-looking polished Realtor. He was there to show the condo to his client. IMO, it just didn't jive.
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Your auto is an extension of you, most important it needs to be presentable, reliable and safe. Not all consumers will judge you by the car you pull up in, bit some might.
1 vote
Laura Carroll, Agent, Garden City, NY
Fri Feb 14, 2014
I think the most important thing is to drive a car that looks new, and is constantly cleaned washed and detailed. I probably would not drive a car that is older than 5-7 years, but it does not necessarily need to be flashy. I have drive around in a lot of Toyota camry's with agents. I think so long as your car is roomy. I think you will also find more and more now that clients will also follow you around in their own cars as well if you are just stopping by 1-2 places.
1 vote
Carmen Brode…, Agent, Scottsdale, AZ
Fri Feb 14, 2014
As a Realtor your car is part of your first impression. I personally think it's very important to have a nicer car in this industry.
1 vote
Bev West, Agent, Greeley, CO
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Your gut feeling will tell you what you should be driving. Which vehicle makes you feel more confident? Put yourself in the buyers shoes and what would your opinion be of an agent driving an older car vs a newer one. I feel the newer car might give the impression to the buyer that you are a successful agent.
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Judi Monday,…, Agent, Green Valley, AZ
Thu Feb 13, 2014
From your picture it appears you dress for success--does the older car conflict with the successful image you are portraying?
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nice way of putting it!
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Christopher…, Agent, Englewood, CO
Thu Feb 13, 2014
I like that "drive the way you dress" comment from John. I would have to say I agree. Unfortunately, we all know there's a superficial aspect to this situation, and people DO judge a book by its cover. While there are times when it will probably be appropriate to drive the older car, you're probably better off the majority of the time with the nicer option.
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VAN Ling, Agent, GREENWOOD, IN
Thu Feb 13, 2014
For me, the vehicle does impress my clients because I used to take clients with me and it makes me feel better if I am driving a better vehicle. I choose 2008 Honda Odessey minivan to take clients with me. Not only that I have 3 kids, so the minivan works pretty good for me :)
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Dan Tabit, Agent, Issaquah, WA
Wed Feb 12, 2014
JByron,
A couple of questions. Who are you working with? First time buyers, mid-range move up buyers, high end luxury clients? What you drive can matter based on who you're working with. Another question, is what's the purpose of an SUV in Florida? In the much of the country having 4 wheel drive is very helpful at least some part of the year. I won't be without one here in the Northwest, but if I lived in Florida, I'm not sure I could justify the gas, maintenance and expense.
For luxury clients you need to have a decent car they feel safe in and demonstrates you know what you're doing. For midrange it depends upon the personality of the specific client. For first time buyers a luxury car can be a turn off if they think you can't relate to them.
Maybe sell them both and pay cash for a decent sedan with reasonable mileage. You'll save on insurance too.
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I have the SUV because I am also a Real Estate investor I buy and manage my own renovation projects, so I'm constantly pulling large trailers and hauling materials so that's why I have the SUV. Client range I focus on the 200,000 to 1,000,000 range. Thanks for the insight.
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Tgriffin68, Renter, San Diego, CA
Thu Mar 23, 2017
Any thoughts on driving a 2 door 4 seat convertible as an agent? I live in S. California
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Cindy Chapman, Agent, Sedona, AZ
Sat Sep 24, 2016
I think a well maintained car is crucial to an agent's success and professional image. I have a 3 year old VW that has served me well. When looking at cars for real estate, I've been thinking that I may need a larger sedan to better accommodate my clients needs and comfort. I have it serviced regularly and wash it once weekly. I think the idea of leasing is an option although I prefer owning at this stage in my life.
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