Common courtesy is the key to having a great Real Estate career and getting in tune with your
sellers and buyers.
Recently I interviewed several of my sellers and found out that the number
of complaints very easily can be remedied. Here is one common complaint
from sellers towards buyers.
"Buyer as a no show"
If you have set up homes for your buyers, just remember to give notice to the listing agent if for some
reason you have to cancel that showing. It is so simple and the listing agent can then relay to
their sellers ahead of time.
Many buyers do not realize the time involved in getting a home ready for
showing. It is so frustrating to both agent and sellers alike, when a buyer just simply changes their
mind. If that happens to you as the buyer's agent, please remind your buyers that you have set up
that showing and that it is common courtesy to even do a walk through if it is last minute.
However, what if they have found the home on the tour, they have fallen in love with? Easy remedy, the
agent should contact the listing agent immediately, via text, phone or email and let that
agent know that the buyers are writing on a home they just saw. At least that agent can get the info
to the sellers immediately, before the seller has to leave the home and waste their time.
Denise Nelson "Real Estate Expert", is available to help you list or sell. Contact Denise Nelson
Coldwell Banker AJS Schmidt 616 432-4750.