Tag Archives: client contact

Reach Out and Touch Base with Your Best Clients

Call your clients today!

Call your clients today!

When is the best time to contact your clients? Anytime! After all, how will they remember to refer you to their family and friends if they never hear from you? Most buyers and sellers would like to stay in touch with their real estate agents; however, many real estate agents drop the ball as soon as the ink is dry on the transaction. “Oh, I don’t want to be a bother,” is one of the most common excuses. Think of it this way—you’re not being a bother if you’re providing your clients timely and practical information. Here are some tips to help you reach out. Continue reading

3 Reasons to Keep in Touch with Your Clients

A phone call is a quick way to touch base with clients.

A phone call is a quick way to touch base with clients.

If you work by referral, you know how important it is to stay in touch with your clients. After all, it’s your clients who drive your business. While it’s easy to lose touch after the transaction has closed, here are three reasons to keep those communication lines open. Continue reading

3 Reasons Why the Stacking Effect Works

Leverage the stacking effect to build relationships and your business.

Leverage the stacking effect to build relationships and your business.

Working by referral is hard work. Your business relies on others to refer your great expertise and services to their family, friends and associates. This makes keeping in touch with the clients in your database essential to help your business thrive. But how can you keep in touch with your clients and run your business? The stacking effect, of course! The stacking effect is based on the principle of compounding interest.  What works for loans also works for relationships, funnily enough. Here are three reasons why: Continue reading

What Your Clients Won’t Tell You about Your Choice of Communication

Your clients want to hear from you, so be sure to stay in touch.

Good communication is essential when you’re working with your clients. While you may feel like you’re pestering them with emails or phone calls, the truth is that your clients want to hear from you, especially if they’re your current buyers or sellers. In fact, 93% of buyers said that “responsiveness” is a “very important” skill for their agent to have, according to the latest Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers from the National Association of REALTORS. Continue reading