When you are looking to establish or grow your career in commercial real estate brokerage, there are things to do in building market share at a personal level. In this podcast program by John Highman, you can learn the key facts of building a good database of clients over time. (NB – you can get more career tips in commerial real estate brokerage right here in Snapshot – its free)
It is always the case that a broker or agent must know lots of people in their location and across their property type. That is a deliberate strategy and focus.
In this audio recording, John Highman talks about the importance of focus at a personal level. Build your real estate business in real and relevant way.
In commercial real estate brokerage sales and leasing today, the clients that you know and work with are the foundation of your listings and commissions over time. Your client list has to grow in a continual way and that should be the ‘top priority’ of your working day as an agent.
Here are some key client questions for you to consider:
What is the best type of client for you to serve locally?
How can you ‘stand out’ as the agent of choice in your region?
Why should clients remember you as an agent when they need property help?
Why are you a better choice than your competitors from a ‘broker’ perspective?
What is your service approach to ‘exclusive’ clients and how is that special?
As you strive to build market share as an agent, these questions are quite important. Your database, and client interaction should be built around these core issues. Your answers to these questions should not be ‘generic’ if you are to capture a good share of the local property market and client base.
In this audio program by John Highman, you can learn some more facts about client contact and conversion in commercial real estate brokerage. You can get the audio below:
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