Quality questions in commercial real estate brokerage will help you get to the real client motivators. Through asking better questions you will also be able to find the next new business opportunity across sales, leasing, and property management.
So what can you ask about? Sometimes we look at a single property issue and forget about the side issues such as:
A referral opportunity
A future leasing need
A tenant mix challenge
Ways to improve a property investment
How to grow a property portfolio
How to resolve a vacancy factor
So there is information here that can be worked on with your clients and prospects. The questions that you ask will help you see the next stage of how you can work with a client and convert the business.
Listen to the audio and pick up on the key message of asking good questions in Commercial Real Estate.
Its the time of year where we can still create some real momentum in the property market. There is still some 2 months of opportunity and transactions to be sourced. As you focus on that idea, understand and remember that how you work through the next 2 months will impact the way in which you start 2015. 🙂
I have put 4 audio programs in this recording below. All different topics, but all very relevant to what we should be doing in the property market today.
Here are the topics:
The 3 common mistakes that most agents make, and how to avoid the problems.
Why you should think about your ‘opening statements’ as you work with new clients and prospects.
How to work more productively with property investors this year.
How to go about routing inspections in commercial property management and why the process is really important to the ways in which you help your landlord clients.
These are all parts of the eCourse ‘Snapshot’. You can get more of those eCourse ideas and templates by joining up right here.
Its a good time of year to consider strategies and plans relating to brokerage business. There is a solid amount of time ahead for attracting some new clients and positioning their property needs into 2016. I have incorporated some of those ideas in this weeks podcast for our broker and agent friends in ‘Snapshot’. You can join our ‘Snapshot’ online community here.
The Podcast 229 Program Details
And now for the program …….. In podcast 229 for commercial real estate brokers there are 5 parts to the audio program.
How to make a commercial property management difference,
A new perspective on Agent opportunity,
Accuracy in Inspecting Office premises,
How to list Industrial property,
How to research the opportunities in the local property market.
These are commercial broker programs on podcast by John Highman. Here is the audio for this week:
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