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Why Words Matter—A Business Inspirational Tip from Brian Buffini

 

Good communication is key. Study your dialogues and  always look for ways to learn and grow professionally.

Good communication is key. Study your dialogues and always look for ways to learn and grow professionally.

Good communication is the key to building strong relationships, and for referral-based real estate businesses, it’s all about relationships. In this clip from Brian Buffini’s Success Tour—an all-star real estate event—Brian delves into why the words we use are important and how they drive our success. Continue reading

3 Ways to Optimize Your Day with Referral Maker CRM’s Priority Action Center

The Priority Action Center of Referral Maker CRM gives you the daily low-down on what to do, who to call and what to say.

The Priority Action Center of Referral Maker™ CRM is designed to help agents take the guesswork out of who to connect with, what to say and what to do each day by generating a daily list of activities that addresses these common questions. That way, agents can spend more time doing what they do best—providing excellent service to their clients. Continue reading

The Best, Most Effective Dialogue for Calling Your Clients

Not sure what to say? Just use Brian Buffini’s proven dialogues, which are included in Referral Maker CRM.

You’ve just imported your database and set your business goals in Referral Maker™ CRM. Referral Maker real estate software generates a list of the five people to call today. What are you going to say to them? Continue reading

10 More Unforgettable Pop-By Ideas

An ice cream scoop is a low-cost, useful Pop-By gift.

Remember how surprised and happy you were when your co-worker surprised you with your favorite coffee drink? Didn’t it make you feel special that they thought of you? Did you post a photo on Facebook or Twitter, singing the praises of your awesome co-worker? Your clients feel the same way when you pop by their home or place of work with a small gift to let them know you’re thinking of them. Continue reading