29 rules of etiquette for agents

  • Being courteous isn't just polite; it's good for business too.
  • Failing to promptly update listings, pre-judging colleagues, skimping on showing feedback, not locking doors, parking in driveways are a few among many no-nos cited by agents.

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Leaving feedback on listings can seem like a chore. But Sidney-Nebraska-based agent Kathy King thinks agents owe it to colleagues to take the time to explain what they and their clients think are the strengths and shortcomings of a home.