Getting a potential buyer’s contact information is simple. Getting in front of that buyer for a second time is not. A buyer consultation is how an agent collects all the necessary information that will enable them to find their client the perfect home. This is most effective when done in person so the agent can get a feel for what the buyer is looking for and how to interact with him/her. Okay, great. So, if you actually trick a buyer into working with you, where should you meet with them? Assuming your office is either an ice box or a sauna like mine, you probably want to meet with them in a public setting. Where are the best places to do this? Glad you asked! Actually, let’s flip it and do the worst places to meet because why not.
It’s important to have a table to take notes on. So, unless you are a professional or can strap yourself to the ass of the buyer, skydiving is probably not the best location to do a consultation. Also, there is no place to plug in your laptop because it’s the sky.
2) Long John Silver’s
Can you name one person that has ever actually gone here? If you can, you probably should stop being friends with them. If you really want to mess with a potential client, tell them to meet you at the local “LJS” and see how they react.
3) My House