As a real estate agent, you can tell immediately who is a motivated client to buy a home. Then again, you can also tell who is a straggler: they talk to you here and there about their hopes and dreams of buying a home, yet they cannot wrap their heads around how they will be able to achieve such a dream. Many of these types of clients can afford to buy a home. In fact, it would actually be beneficial for these people to buy rather than continue to rent. However, they just cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel. So what do you do to motivate a straggler into a motivated client who is ready to buy a home?
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Real estate marketing tools are essential for real estate agents to keep in contact with clients, make new clients, show new listings, throw open houses, and manage plans. If you want to be a top real estate agent, make sure that you utilize most of these apps for the different necessities in your career. So let’s take a look at 35 marketing tools for real estate agents.
How you go about giving a client bad news about the home-buying process can be tricky. However, there are some ways that you should share bad news with a client and there are some ways you should steer clear from. Depending on how good or bad you believe the news is, here are some ways you can share bad news with a client.