- Each buyer or seller has his or her needs. Each day an estate spends in income-producing work
- Alongside income producing work there is also administrative work which includes huge paperwork.
The agent has to show homes to a buyer according to his or her budget and list of non-negotiables.
He would have to estimate the value.
Show the buyer different homes, verify details and have meetings with both parties.
The agent will have completely different roles for a seller.
For a seller he would have to
- Stage the house
- List the price
- Discuss marketing and advertising strategies.
- Manage paper works
- Manage the property closing deals.
However, the agent also has numerous administrative works. The agent has to complete, sign and submit papers of agreements, lease records and several other similar papers and make numerous data entries each day.
The agent would also have to create flyers, papers of promotional marketings, newsletters and event listings. The agent would also have to make appointments for open houses and meetings.
Treat acquaintances as potential clients
The agent would have to treat every other person he meets as a potential client.
The agent should regularly and periodically follow up with these potential clients from time to time even after having given them his or her business card.
The agent would also have to constantly communicate with his or her clients through calls or emails. Constantly and immediately communicating is one of the most important things an agent should take care of.
- Verify information before The agent would also have to double-check the information to avoid misinformation and misunderstanding.