7 ways to get fired by your buyer clients

If you lose their trust, you've lost the transaction

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Real estate is a business of relationships. Real estate relationships, as in life, can be good and bad. The majority of homebuyers are satisfied with their homebuying experience; 89 percent would use their agent again or recommend him or her to others. Relationships that sour may be few and far between, but they do happen. These seven mistakes will send your buyers heading for the hills. Be unavailable Buyers should expect to hear from their agents regularly throughout the course of their real estate transaction. Slow or near-extinct communication sends a message to your buyers that their transaction is not important to you. As Cara Ameer writes in "What does a real estate agent do all day anyway?," being available is a major part of a real estate agent's job. There are no official days off in real estate. You might have spans without any scheduled appointments, but there are always inquiries, emails and texts to respond to. Agents are “on” no matter where they ...