You’ve likely heard the announcements made by tech “gurus” that real estate is going to be disrupted -- even further. Sure, that might send some real estate agents and brokers shaking in their boots, but top agents have been preparing for this for years. Lucky for you, I was able to find some agents who believe that agents are here to stay. The no. 1 reason? It’s a relationship business. Spencer Chambers, author of "Dating Your Investments: If You Can Date, You Can Invest" explained, “My no. 1 tip to be successful once the game actually starts is to be genuine and show your authenticity. Remember your client is not just a sale, but a human being giving you the opportunity to handle what is likely the most valuable asset of their life.” Chambers added, “You need to make them feel comfortable with you and your ability to best serve them and obtain the most value possible for their home. It is this personal aspect that changes the relationship from just selling so...
- Turns out, real estate is still a relationship business, so spend a little time every day generating new referrals, and go deeper with those you care about — clients and family alike.
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Inman Connect San Francisco, Jul 16-20, 2018