Me neither, just point me to the right section of the store, real estate website, blog and turn me loose.I do ask that the shelves be well stocked and in the case of real estate, load up those picture bins, thread in the property and local video film reels, spools. Plus information, tons of it, helpful links and let me digest, sort, think and consider.
Don't need you to hold it up to me and say it's my color, makes me look like a movie star or ten pound or twenty years younger spin. Just let me do my "homework" at my pace, moving around the information that is clearly spelled out, logical and simple to access.
I may not make my decision now but the well of information, the way you market, arrange the good stuff, the data I need in many media offerings makes you stand out from the rest of the real estate herd.Like Arnold, "I'll be back". Will remember you as a stand out, helpful, a good fit.
A salemans knows the product but busy buyers buzzing in from all time zones, all zip codes just want to have the information. Cut up, served, buttered, salt and peppered with ice cold something to wash it all down. Set the table, have the food always ready. Just the way they like it. In season. Priced right, everything out there as plain as the nose on your face. Easy to find. Size up. Sample.
Careful decision making but without anyone parked on your shoulder, shouting in your ear "I know just what you want." No you don't. I don't know what I want, but can get there from here if just left alone to ponder, consider, arrive at the destination.
More point of purchase, less saleman's logic on how a total stranger's mind works.Until the second cup of moring coffee kicks in, I don't even recognize the mental wiring yet to expect to be humming "Taking Care Of Business" or "These Boots Are Made For Walking." And I know the guy in the mirror, spend time with him every single day.
Maine, she is one big beautiful state overloaded with four season beauty, wildlife, scenery and fewer but way way friendlier people.