Pop-By Ideas that Show Your Current Buyers You Care

Pop-Bys are small, thoughtful items intended to help you show your clients you care and thank them for their business and referrals. Although your A+ clients are sure to enjoy receiving them, delivering a thoughtful item to your current buyers will help you build your relationship with them.
Whether you’re working with first-time homebuyers or folks who have been through the process a few times, here are some helpful Pop-By ideas to deliver to their homes.

Moving boxes and packing tape – When you’re moving, you can never have enough boxes or packing tape. Many agents personalize the packing tape to include their logo and information so when family, friends and movers come to help your clients move, they know the agent they worked with.

Cleaning supplies such as sponges and rubber gloves – Cleaning is the first thing buyers do before they move in to the home. Even if the home was professionally cleaned top to bottom before it changed hands, people feel more reassured moving into a clean home. Deliver a few cleaning supplies to your clients to help them with the activity.

Energy bars or other snacks – Help your clients keep their energy high on moving day with a box of energy bars, water and tasty snacks.

A small toolkit with a hammer, wrench, screwdriver and other essentials – A toolkit will come in handy on moving day and beyond to fix any minor repairs around the house.

A plant – Add some life to the home with a low-maintenance plant in a pretty pot or some flower starts or seeds to add to the new garden.

Delivering thoughtful gifts to your buyers is a great way to keep you top of mind. Remember to ask for a referral from your clients when you drop off the item. Visit ReferralMaker.com for more information.

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