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Have a question...As a REALTOR, if you are at a vacant property showing your client the home and another REALTOR approaches with their clients (as this property is a "go and show"), would you block entry of the other REALTOR and then relock the door, tumble the lockbox and then leave to have the other REALTOR re-open both the lockbox and the door? I ask because I had an agent do this to me yesterday and my clients turned to her clients and told them point blank that they needed a new REALTOR. (And, while looking shocked at what the REALTOR did to me, I never said a word.)
Okay...so to follow on from Susan Milner's question regarding marketing, I need to "freshen up" my mailing pieces for FSBO and short sale Expired listings...any suggestions on what you have used (wording wise) that you have had success with?
Darcy and Virginia I can also send you guys our PowerPoint presentation that we use for listings on our Tablet PC if you want....we then go to TrueForms and have them sign right there on the spot on our Tablet at the point of the presentation.
Irene, I guess I do things a bit differently...I tend to acknowledge the other agent and warmly chat with them and ask them their preference - if they don't mind showing while I am showing or if they wish to wait. That is where I think the courtesy lies - in communication with colleagues.
Gia Freer, sounds like that other agent may have been preoccupied with something else. Perhaps she was putting out a "fire" of sorts and wasn't in a position to be chatty? Either way, sounds like you handled it like a pro and just went with the flow. Sometimes we can't predict the personalities of the colleagues we come across.