The Maine real estate buyer meets you at the office, you're heading to an empty home.Usually hopping in the jeep and talking along the way and return helps figure out the "so how did you like the place?" Part of our property match making process. But if there are three dogs, big dogs and the buyer's mini van is a Noah's Ark or sounds like the K-9 pound, maybe they'll be following you. And as you go with the tractor beam on, being careful not to loose them in crack the whip style around country roads you know but they are just experiencing for the first time is key. It is easy to be thinking of other homes to show, the logistics of which ones are easy and empty to show on the drop of a hat. And others like Fort Knox or White House security wise difficult to get thru the door after that botched dinner party affair hit the airwaves.
Your real estate driving habits, skills.
Does your real estate buyer grab the dash, seem to be perspiring, beathing hard and maybe those two wheel corners have something to do with it?Is the ride like you are Dr Phil and listening to the buyer's life story? Tons of details that'll be very helpful, handy if you ever find yourself hopping in to the Cash Cab" Or standing in front of three cameras, hot bright lights and a stage set of Jeopardy.
Getting asked a four hundred dollar level question about Joe Real Estate buyer and what he had for breakfast the day you toured with him?What do you the broker talk about..the property where you can recite stats, details like an avid, rabid baseball fan who knows the numbers on every player? Every team that player was on over his career thus far ? Or about the community, what folks do for fun, about the low crime, the schools, what the local hospital offers for level of care. Watch the road, tell the story, get the Maine real estate buyer up to speed on what they need to know about the area. Answer lots of questions they have needing to be addressed one by one along the way.
Your driving. Do you have a sticker plastered to the back bumper with an 800 number and question "how's my driving?" I'm in Maine and a big personal fan of the state.