When it comes to real estate, there are a few that stand above the rest. This applies to every other business as well.
One of the things that really chaps my hide is when we talk with prospective clients, and they are so upset because they have been spammed.
It’s not the client’s fault. The reason is because they have been misled. They have been promised something and have not had it delivered.
The word “scam” enters my mind when I hear stories such as these.
If you are a real estate agent Stop Spamming and get a grip. People are going to like you if you give them what they have asked for, not something they did not want.
We have a system that does just that related to Property and Real Estate Monitoring in Southern California.
When we have people sign up, they are only getting what was requested.
Not some cheesy, “Hey, use me I’m the best”, email or phone call. And not a solicitation call related to if the contact knows anyone that wants to buy or sell real estate.
Be upfront and keep the rubber on the road!
This is a longer process, but when dealing with hundreds of thousands of dollars and sometimes more, you want those clients to build their trust because of your word/code, and not because you are pressuring them.
Santa Clarita market update
Today’s Santa Clarita real estate market is moving, albeit not as fast as we were during the summer months of 2013.
2014 seems very hopeful as far as the real estate market goes. Reports are seeing interest rates remaining steady and inventory building for the prospective buyers that have put their home hunting on hold until the new year.
Sellers can also be confident on their not being “too much” inventory driving down prices. Flat is better than a decline for a real estate seller.
Be safe – enjoy the presentation on our Santa Clarita real estate daily show.