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Podcast: Holiday objection handlers (yes, already!)

Start now to plan a profitable 2016
  • Smart agents know that right now is the time to begin working on your 2016 sales season.
  • Transactions don't happen overnight -- so if you get busy on your prospecting, lead-generation, networking, and even transactions now, you'll be starting out the new year way ahead of the competition!
  • Here's how you can keep holiday objection handlers at bay -- and how you can use them to keep your production up even when it may feel like the entire season is determined to destroy your production.

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The holiday season is almost here, and as we’ve discussed many times on our show, the smart agents know that right now is the time to begin working on your 2016 sales season.

Transactions don’t happen overnight — so if you get busy on your prospecting, lead-generation, networking, and even transactions now, you’ll be starting out the new year way ahead of the competition!

A lot of agents try to avoid the holiday season because bad weather, holiday festivities and shorter days tend to make scheduling a chaotic mess, packed with distractions that threaten to undermine your buyer’s focus and derail your real estate deals.

To help you get a head-start on this year’s holiday season, tune in today as we discuss holiday objection handlers — and how you can use them to keep your production up even when it may feel like the entire season is determined to destroy your production.

 

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Tim and Julie Harris have over 20 years’ experience in real estate. Learn more about their real estate coaching and training programs at timandjulieharris.com, or schedule a free coaching call with them at freecoachingcallsforagents.com.

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