Category: Customer Service in Real Estate

Great Home or Great Commute?

It’s no secret that commute time and traffic have both become major factors for home buyersIn many cases, a longer work commute limits where buyers will consider looking. However, homes within buyers’ desired commute length may be out of their budget. If commute length is a top priority for your buyers, here’s how you can help them weigh the pros and cons and ultimately find the home that fits their needs.

Eight Closing Gifts Your Clients Will Fall in Love with This Holiday Season

Congratulations! You’ve helped your clients close on the home of their dreams. Now what?

As a real estate pro, the best way to express your gratitude and leave a lasting impression is with a closing gift. Closing gifts are not only a fitting way to say “thank you,” they also open the door to future referrals. As we near the holiday season, here are eight swoon-worthy closing gifts from LifeLong Cutlery, the KWRedStore and Wine Country Gift Baskets that your clients are destined to fall in love with.

Eight Closing Gifts Your Clients Will Fall in Love with This Holiday Season

Congratulations! You’ve helped your clients close on the home of their dreams. Now what?

As a real estate pro, the best way to express your gratitude and leave a lasting impression is with a closing gift. Closing gifts are not only a fitting way to say “thank you,” they also open the door to future referrals. As we near the holiday season, here are eight swoon-worthy closing gifts from LifeLong Cutlery, the KWRedStore and Wine Country Gift Baskets that your clients are destined to fall in love with.

More Than Price: Delivering Empathetic Customer Service

Customer Service
The best customer service draws from the golden rule we are all taught as children: treat others as you would like to be treated. Many businesses in customer-centric positions, like real estate, are successful and smart to…

Great Home or Great Commute?

How real estate agents can help their clients weigh the options

It’s no secret that commute time and traffic have both become major factors for home buyers. In many cases, a longer work commute limits where buyers will consider looking. However, homes at optimum price points often require only a slight increase in commute. The key is for real estate agents to help their clients weigh the pros and cons so they make the right decision.  

As a starting point, it’s important to have a discussion with clients about their current commute.