Pushing Clients To Buy

Dated: March 14 2016

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Problems with Pushing Clients to Buy

Through past experience I have worked with clients who could obviously buy instead of leasing a home. Although with the interest rates are low and monthly payments are even lower, some people still have their reasons for leasing when they can more than easily buy. Sometimes when pushing them into buying you may lose them or make them do something that is not best for them at the time. I have found instead of pushing at the first phone call, waiting until the first face to face conversation and waiting even longer to get a real look into there lives and being able to see what is best for them and their family. Then foremost going over there options and just letting the client know you are always in their best interest, because that is one of our duties and ultimately it is their decision.  

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Terry Ivie

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