Ask For The Order

Even after 20+ years as a real estate professional, I don't always remember to ask for the order....I love the analogy that Micahael Jacobs uses in this post to help us all remember to "ask for the ORDER!"

Ask For The Order


How May I Serve You?


 

Sometimes, we get bogged down in lots and lots of preparation for a listing appointment.   This is understandable.  It’s also a good idea in my opinion - know your subject from the inside, the outside, every conceivable aspect -- be confident yet not overly so.    

We want to make a good impression.  And at the right price and terms -- we want the listing.

Something we all know, right?

How about asking for the order?   You know, your closing....

What if you asked for the order - at the beginning of your conversation with the homeowners who are seeing themselves as home sellers?

What would you like to accomplish today?  

“I want to list my house as soon as possible”.

Okay, let’s get the paperwork started now....

Oh, by the way, here’s a list of comparable sales as well as comparable properties currently on the market -- but let’s get back to the paperwork now.

Sometimes, the order is waiting for us -- Just ask.   Ask for the order.   


When do you ask for the order?



Ask For The Order

Michael Jacobs

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

DRE # 01165532

2065 Huntington Drive

San Marino, California 91108

Cellular:  818.516.4393

Office:  626.685.5246

Office Fax:  626.568.9507

michaeljacobs@coldwellbanker.com

www.camoves.com/michael.jacobs

 

 

Joy

Joy Daniels, GRI, ABR, CSP, e-PRO
JOY DANIELS REAL ESTATE GROUP, LTD
2793 Old Post Road, Suite 200
Harrisburg, PA  17110

(717) 695-3177  office - Call TODAY and let me help you find your dream home!

www.joydaniels.com

Joy@JoyDaniels.com - Email TODAY and let me help you find your dream home!

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Comment balloon 0 commentsJoy Daniels • March 08 2013 06:27PM

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