“Realtors are so busy trying to be all things to all people that nobody has an opinion.” That’s the opinion of agent (and industry legend) Leigh Brown, who sat down with Samantha DeBianchi for the second episode of SamSpeaks! “They sound like a broken record because they’re so afraid to say, ‘This one might not be your best choice. Now, y’all want to buy it, that’s cool, but …'”
All of our lives, we’ve been told procrastination is a bad thing, something to avoid — even a sign of laziness. Yet, obviously, procrastination is human nature. Most of us don’t jump out of bed every morning saying, “I’m going to accomplish a bunch of stuff today that’s due three weeks from now!”
Whether a client is buying or selling — everyone wants to work with an expert who knows a neighborhood inside and out. No one wants a know-nothing-newbie. So, what do you do if you’re new to the business and want to build clientele in a neighborhood that you might not know well? It’s time to dig in. Here are three tips to help you become a neighborhood expert in a new area.