Building Relationships Blog 2 Oct 4 2018

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Building a solid relationship with your real estate clients is key to a successful sale. But the benefits of good client connections don’t end there. Gaining your clients’ trust increases the likelihood of word-of-mouth referrals. 

  1. Communicate Often. - Communication is the most fundamental part of a relationship with your clients. ...

  2. Meet Face to Face - Technological advances mean there are more ways than ever to stay in touch with your clients. ...

  3. Honesty is the Best Policy - Don’t take your clients for fools. With access to the internet, they have lots of information at their fingertips and can easily expose you in a little white lie. Dishonesty or even just stretching the truth can jeopardise your relationship. 

  4. Don't Make Promises You Can't Keep and show  you care - Establishing realistic expectations for your clients.

  5. Demonstrate Your Knowledge - You can then touch base every month or so with useful real estate information and, in the process, remind clients of you and your services helps to also educate you clients.

  6. Saying Thank You - Don’t cut ties with your clients once the house sale has gone through. Remember that if they trust you, they may well call on you for your services in the future and lots of referrals will come your way.

 As a new Agent I need to brand myself and I want my client to know I am being 4 Real - Gina4Real-ty. 

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