Lessons Learned in 2011: Set Realistic Expectations, Then Exceed Them
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Posted by: RET Staff
Our Lessons Learned in 2011 series continues today with some advice from Will Stevenson of DotLoop. Will has become more of a friend than just a colleague. I’ve come to admire his enthusiasm and respect his opinion. So I asked him what his top advice for REALTORS® would be. His response: set realistic expectations, then exceed them. A great lesson to learn in 2011!
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Don’t make promises you can’t keep. It’s a simple principle that carries over into the real estate business. For REALTORS®, the principle becomes: set realistic expectations with your clients and then exceed those expectations.