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Nik De I was interested in your profile when I read you were situated in Toronto. Imagine my surprise when I read
Real Estate Technology / Toronto, ON
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It varies. Showing time is just one thing, researching, selecting and setting appointments for these showings make this a very time consuming activity.
Nina Hollander, Broker
Showing properties takes about a third of my time
Nina Hollander, Broker
at least 15 hours a week.
I have no typical week. Some weeks I show virtually no homes...others I'm out every day showing.
Keller says - It's takes 2.5 times more hours to get a buyer to settlement than it does a seller .
This varies depending on the season and workload.
The time you spend depends on your personal business practices.
Make those calls until your schedule is full.
Yes it does - but it's part of the job - and a fun part as well
If I look at time spent annually the actual showing time is a small portion. In any week it can be substantial if I have several buyers in town.
It can be. Depends on a traffic in your city and how busy you are with buyers.
There is no typical time for me...one thing I love about RE is that every day is different.
It varies by client and week.
It varies, but it's sort of hard to sell houses without showing them.
Too hard to answer . Some clients walk in and say "oh no" forget it.
Others look for an hour.
Depends. There was a time I had one client all morn, another all afternoon, and barely stopped for dinner before an evening deal was sealed. That's not the same answer at all today. No longer my goal to work myself to death.
It varies quite a bit. I can spend a couple of hours in a day or up to 7 or 8. Some weeks I show properties every day, other weeks it's much less
several hours each day if I am lucky
Depends, summer time we have a lot of openings, so showing nearly everyday, other times it is much less frequent.
On the average about 8-10. Of course that includes the searching for homes, making appointments and driving time.
The better you become at identifying your buyers wants and needs, the less time you need to spend actually "showing" property.
It depends on the client and the type of financing. FHA buyers looking for a condo in my market can take endless hours.
Only if you work primarily with buyers! For me, showing takes very little time because the buyers I work with are myself and investors. They are a whole different breed.
Listings are the name of the game..... if you have listings, you will always have business..... you can handle more listings than you can buyers.... buyers are time consuming....
Gotta love the investigative skills of Susan Emo.
I ask a lot of questions upfront to show only homes that meet their parameters.
I think most time is spent behind the scenes, not just finding those homes to see. But following up on sales, listings and working on attracting new clients
We focus on listings - so showing time is nominal...