And then, a thousand heads with glassy eyes peered from the darkness of the musty basement… Wait a minute, this ain’t no Stephen King novel! Tricia Dygert, a REALTOR® (and licensed therapist!) in the Kansas City/Metro area, tells the story of the heads she and her client discovered in the basement - and haven’t been able to get out of their minds since. With creepy stuff in the basement or shag carpet on the walls, Tricia wasn’t expecting so many unexpected when she began in real estate! Listen in as Tricia shares her experiences as a therapist-turned-REALTOR® - and learn the surprising way she’s lost clients along the way.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
3 Key Points
1.) Look at your relationships with clients as one of customer service, not sales.
2.) Be a straight-shooter with your clients - it’s for their benefit.
3.) Give other agents a heads-up when you come across some crazy shit at a property!
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