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A talkative and decisive buyer. When we walk through a home, they talk about what they like and dislike about the home. Asking them flat out doesn't get me the info I need. Also one that doesn't change needs or wants midstream. I have a hard time with buyers that fall in love with a home that doesn't have anything to do with what they've originally told me they want.
I ask them what they like... I am not a mind reader.
I like people who are realistic and living in the real world!
I ask them a lot of questions to pinpoint their selections when showing homes.
I like the ones that absolutely know what they are looking for and able to communicate.
It's really all about listening very carefully to what the client says about what he wants in a property and why.
Honesty and flexibility in their expectations.
Understanding what they want and communicating that to me as their list evolves
Honesty and open communication!
If they give me good feedback, I can do a much better job of assisting them.
buyers need to be honest during their intial meeting to qualify the needs of the buyer...
Do they have a realistic grasp of what they want and can afford. It is a negative if they are overly drawn to “pretty” houses and won’t look at normal houses.
- Price range
- Size of family
- Cities/areas/tracts desired
- Special considerations
- Single or multi-story
A buyer with a pre-approval letter from an outstanding loan officer.