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What's the best way to stay in touch with clients long term? We all will talk to people who are a few months from selling or buying and then we loose contact with them and loose the deal. How do y'all keep that from happening?
The most expensive home in America recently came on the market. What do y'all think of the video on this page? Effective? Too long? Worthwhile? How much do you think they spent shooting and producing this piece? http://homes.yahoo.com/blogs/spaces/nation-most-expensive-home-sale-crespi-hicks-estate-181248712.html
DISCUSSION: What do you folks think about finding a mentor relationship to help you grow you real estate work? Is it important? How close a relationship do you need to have? Are books sufficient? If you do have a mentor what did you do to find and contact this person?
Contact the other agents broker. This agent is breaking the code of ethics by not looking out for their clients best interest. Their broker has a duty to take swift and decisive action so this doesn't continue.
Christopher Gill, I've said for a very long time (as have many others) that this is a person-to-person business and that online is only part of the equation ... there needs to be a nose to nose, toes to toes component ...
You can't go wrong when you position yourself to be YOUR community's neighborhood expert . . . and of course that can include multiple neighborhoods. In today's real estate realm we can align ourselves with other experts and refer. Realtors seem to under utilize referral opportunities. It's impossible to be all things, to all people, but we can certainly connect quite nicely with referrals!