Are you a real estate agent in Naperville IL who is looking for ways to grow your business?
While there is no quick secret formula that can catapult you to the top of real estate success, there are steps you can take to create a business that is constantly growing and sustainable in all market environments.
We at Ryan Hill Realty are committed to helping you increase your business skills, productivity, and income. We provide opportunities for ongoing training and staff support using the latest systems and technology.
On top of that, working with us allows you to experience our positive and fun environment at our beautiful new Naperville office.
Visit www.RHRcareers.com or call us at 630-718-0424 for more information about our company and the career opportunities waiting for you.
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This is the second blog post.
How well do you know your customers? Practically every marketer, coach or sales expert will tell you that getting to know your customers is the most important foundation for building a successful real estate career. An article I read recent;y stated that technology has stolen that ‘personal touch’ out of so many things in our lives. It occured to me that thi salso applies to the way we deal with our clients. By adding a personal approach when talking to, dealing with or working for your real estate clients, you will cement relationships and gain an edge over your competition. Your clients will love it, too!
Something to Think About
The last time you needed answers or help, you picked up the phone and contacted the company you selected. Do you remember how you felt when you dialled and had a selection of buttons to push before you got to a live customer service representative? How often do you need to deal with this type of thng? Now, step into your client’s shoes and compare how it would feel for your to be available when they call you.
“Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent effort.” – John Ruskin