In this episode, we unravel the emotional tapestry that underpins successful real estate transactions. Lynn will guide us through the intricate process of connecting with clients on a deeper level, understanding their needs, and harnessing the power of emotions to close deals more effectively. She'll share an enchanting tale from her own experience about a magical house showing that transformed her approach to real estate.
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About Lynn Sharer
Lynn is a Real Estate Broker at Quaint Oak Real Estate in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She was a former Associate Broker at Long & Foster Companies and General Manager at ARAMARK Healthcare. Lynn is also a speaker and an instructor to new real estate agents.
She obtained her Master’s Degree in Nutritional Microbiology from Drexel University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Science from Ashland University.
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