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If someone walks into an open house and they didn't have any pre knowledge of its size, features, etc. if it simply is not a fit for their criteria, then what is the problem directing someone to another property? If they want 4 bedrooms and the sellers home is a 2 bedroom and simply walked in because of your 20 signs, flags and balloons leading them there, what is the issue? If you as the agent act with integrity, conduct yourself professionally and respect your fiduciary duties, what is the problem?
I think the consumer wants pinterest meets real estate, at least the clients we talk to. They want to look at pictures in a specific neighborhood. They are doing to research to narrow down themselves. I want our agents to be able to leave notes on properties they have shown for the consumer to see. Are we left to hire our own programmers to build search like Hawaii Life?
Just more of the quantity model, not quality approach. I just recently saw a "manager" of a local office at an event, she didn't speak to me, but yet called me 2 days later to invite me to an event like she was so excited to talk to me.....whatever!
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