Since becoming a REALTOR, I have had to find a balance between two extremes common to many salespeople.
I was drawn to real estate by my belief that I could help people and so put others first. But the way the industry worked, it seemed that you had to project confidence, knowledge, even a sense of superiority if you expected to succeed. In other words, you had to have a big ego.
I soon learned that these were the qualities of the stereotyped real estate agent, when in actuality, the successful agents did, indeed, put the customer first.
In fact, they seemed to put almost everyone else first – their family, their friends, even their competition if that made for a better situation for everyone involved. In other words, they had become servants. In the truest sense, they had learned to humble themselves.
Strange words you’re probably thinking from someone who promotes himself as much as I do. But I do this not because I like to put myself in the limelight, but to remind you that I’m still here and intend to be here for many years to come, eager to serve you like no other REALTOR in our area.
My enclosed Marketing Proposal can never take the place of a personal meeting but it will give you a chance to know a little bit about me, my beliefs and the step-by-step plan we use to get many homes sold in 90 days or less.
T hat way, when we do meet I can place my full concentration on what’s most important to you. Your special needs and if you’re buying a home, help find the one
that’s just right for you. Together we will deter mine the highest possible price the current market will bear and why.
Additionally, we will determine who the targeted buyers for your home may be and develop marketing strategies to attract their interest. These targeted buyers are almo st always willing to pay the highest price for your home. I’ll explain this concept and strategy in more detail when we meet.
We are really looking forward to the very special opportunity to serve you in your real estate needs now and forever.