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I love this! The fact that many agents DO subscribe to the three P’s is what’s helping me break into the Evansville market. My clients will NEVER say that they haven’t heard from me.
Should be great stuff for me training new and existing agents
Communication is king! It amusing at all the techy trends that are stressed as a current or future necessity, however NAR Home Buyer/Seller reports reveal sellers only 3% of sellers are interested in an agents technology skills. Trustworthiness stills ranks #1 among all clients and nothing builds trust like communication! Regular communication with your clients is the most relative service any agent can provide and really get them speeding word. I truly believe that this is the basis of the 80/20 rule and most agents have good intentions.
We just competed, as agents describe as the simplest, most agent friendly web based application that focuses on communication. We provide agents an automated road map for personal communication targeting 3 primary groups of people in an agents business plus a first of it’s kind corporate tool that walks all agents through proper follow up and provides agetns their #1 asset.
Thanks for sharing Jason and confirming our 2 year investment and development as well as most agents that struggle getting intentions into action!
Thanks all! Missy, I assume you’re in Evansville, IN, good luck and hopefully I can send some referrals your way!
Tommy, it sounds like you are on the right track, congratulations! This is a time of unprecedented consequence for agents. Consumers want someone who provides trust and inspire confidence. I don’t think there’s even been a better time to be a REALTOR.
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