Tips From Top Producers

by James McClister

What would your advice be to your younger, rookie agent self, now that you’re a top producer?

Diane-Mireles-Gary-GreeneDiane Mireles, Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene: “Take your clients seriously, and look at every transaction as a lifelong relationship. This means while my work for them is technically done after a sale, I call them every year to ask how they are, and if I have tickets to an event or something I think they would like based on their interest, I’ll offer them. Things like remembering clients’ interests and just calling to see how they are can go a long way – clients love to feel like a priority during the transaction, and after, it’s nice to not just be shoved aside when the transaction is over.”

Aida-Younis-REMAXAida Younis, RE/MAX Southwest: “After 35 years in the business, I can tell you the secret to success is to always exceed client expectations. Always go the extra 10 miles!”

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