Do you see yourself as a salesman
Or as a Realtor?
Is there really any difference between the two? I for one do not use any high pressure sales techniques in order to sell houses. Though we all have to be somewhat a salesman, I believe that houses really sell themselves.
There has been much debate on this subject, and many Realtors have been successful by both high pressure and low pressure tactics. I guess for me, it feels unnatural for me to be high pressure. Usually, you are better off if you just be yourself in any situation. I'm not suggesting that you do not ask for the sell or that you should not ask for referrals. In fact, you should ask for both when dealing with clients and customers. But as for me, I just feel better and do better when I remain low key and laid back.
I would love to hear you thoughts and feelings on the subject if you have any. Do you try to push your buyers, tell them that this is " the deal of a lifetime", " it's a great opportunity", or do you simply open the door, answer their questions, and let nature take it's course.
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JL Boney, III - Columbia, SC Realtor - Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
I specialize in Columbia, SC real estate and the surrounding areas, including Blythewood, SC, Kershaw County, Fairfield County, and Lexington, SC. If you are in the market to buy or sell a home in Columbia, SC or any of the surrounding areas, I would love the opportunity to speak with to see how I can help. Thanks for reading and feel free to contact me if I can be of service to you.
Office- 803-788-1450 Cell- 803-730-9601 Email- James_Boney@Yahoo.com