The holiday season is one of the best times of the year to promote your business. All the socializing you’ll do with your clients provides plenty of natural opportunities to thank them for their business and remind them you’re never too busy for their referrals. Here’s how to sow the seeds for future business. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is the ideal time to reflect on what you’re grateful for in business and in your life. When you’re grateful, it not only benefits your health and well-being; it may also benefit your business as well.
1. Show your clients you appreciate their business. Express your gratitude to your clients to show what their business and referrals mean to you. This can be a simple “Thank you,” a hand-written personal note or a thoughtful Pop-By gift. After all, your clients had a choice and selected you to guide them through the home buying and selling process.
2. Provide perspective. When you have one of those days when you feel you should have just stayed in bed, being thankful for what you have can help you change your perspective. Instead of focusing on all that’s going wrong, you can look at your circumstances in a more positive way.
3. Encourage new business through referrals. We all like working with people we truly like and trust. When you’re grateful for your clients’ business and referrals, they’re more likely to send new business your way.
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Is one of you goals to become even more successful in 2018? Now is when many agents and brokers begin to think about what they’d like to achieve in the coming year. Whether or not you’ll succeed in achieving those goals depends on the habits you’ve developed over your career. Your habits do more than help you succeed; they also decide how effective and efficient you are as an agent. If you want to improve, look at your habits first. Continue reading
Since the vast majority of buyers begin their home searches online, property listings have become even more important. It’s not enough to just list a few descriptive phrases and a photo or two—internet-savvy buyers want to imagine themselves living there before they pick up the phone to schedule an in-person viewing. How can you make your listings pop? Continue reading